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    =visor;2211697.........Because of the level of proficiency in changing the flight path to a special unmarked one over the Indian Ocean, there is high suspicion that a professional pilot or the plane's pilots are involved in this.
    Indeed logically. As what said from an interview done between Malaysia TV3 with a former highly reputable MAS pilot last night, unless this unfortunate event is not being done from an inside job ( the plane own pilot/s or flight crew), for someone who is able to take over the cockpit, such individual must have an in depth knowledge specifically about MAS Boeing 777 MH 370 cockpit design and function and ...

    - They must work in a team
    - Must have some degree of commando skill to quickly suppress any physical resistant quickly when entering the cockpit that is fast enough until not to allow the pilot/s to make any distress call
    - Extensive knowledge about the way point /route that they are planning to use

    We definitely do not need to be a rocket scientist to sincerely realized that after digesting all the fact that exist in hand until now, such scenario is likely that the plane has been hijacked or in another more manner aviation terminology "unlawfull human intervention/take over". The main question (if it is), who did it and what is/are the agenda behind it? One of the most interesting one is this :

    Did pilot hijack MH370 as political protest against Anwar’s latest jail term?


    http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/m...test-jail-term


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    I didn't even realise the plane could go to 45,000feet. An ingenious way of incapaciting all on board at the same time.

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    Kyrgyzstan anyone?

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    a good chronology by ABC News

    http://abcnews.go.com/International/...ry?id=22912595



    • 12:41 a.m.: Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 takes off from Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Malaysia heading for Beijing, China. The plane shows up on radar two minutes after taking off.
    • 1:07 a.m.: The last automated data transmission is sent from the plane. U.S officials told ABC News they believe that sometime after this transmission the data reporting system was shut down. Sometime after this transmission Kuala Lumpur's air traffic control tells the plane's pilot they are handing off to air traffic control based in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. The pilot responds, "All right. Good night."
    • 1:21 a.m.: The plane's transponder, which transmits location and altitude, shuts down. Sources told ABC News that U.S. officials are “convinced that there was a manual intervention.”
    • 1:22 a.m.: MH370 should have come to the navigational way-point called Igari point. Before it reached this point, Vietnamese air traffic control noticed they had lost contact with MH370, according to the Vietnam’s Civil Aviation Authority.
    • 1:30 a.m.: The last moment that the plane was seen by Malaysian radar.
    • 1:38 a.m.: Air traffic control in Ho Chi Minh City informs Kuala Lumpur air traffic control about the signal loss. Ho Chi Minh City asks two other planes to contact MH370. Neither plane is able to raise the pilot of MH370. At least of the planes report getting a “buzz signal” and no voices, then losing the signal.
    • 2:15 a.m.: A Malaysian military defense radar pick up a plane that is hundreds of miles west of MH370’s last contact point. It’s unclear if that is the missing plane.
    • Following hours: In the hours after contact was lost MH370 "pings" a satellite several times. It's not clear if those pings include data that could reveal the plane's location.
    • 6:32 a.m.: A broadcast call was made from Kuala Lumpur's air traffic control on emergency frequencies asking MH370 to call them.
    • 6:51 a.m.: A broadcast call was made from Ho Chi Minh City's air traffic control on emergency frequencies asking MH370 to call them.

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    the theories so far, and the evidences for and against each..

    http://edition.cnn.com/2014/03/19/us...rticle_sidebar

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    Quote Originally Posted by pcll99 View Post
    the theories so far, and the evidences for and against each..

    http://edition.cnn.com/2014/03/19/us...rticle_sidebar
    If that's really the plane's wing, why were they there? Unless they wanted to fly to Antarctica.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shinichi View Post
    there is now a Bomoh Inspired app!!!

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bomoh#Bomoh-Inspired_App

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    this is really hilarious

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qidong View Post
    If that's really the plane's wing, why were they there? Unless they wanted to fly to Antarctica.
    Would pieces of the plane still be floating?
    If the plane crashed into the water, large pieces would not still be floating by now, according to Steve Wallace, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration's former director of accident investigation. But pieces of lightweight debris, not aircraft structure, could be floating days after the aircraft struck the water, he said. That could include life jackets and seat cushions.
    Is it possible that the plane would have gone that far?
    Mitchell Casado, a flight instructor on a 777 flight simulator, said that running out of gas would be a big concern. "There's such few options," he said. "As long-range as this aircraft is, it's a long way to any suitable airport out there. There are some small islands, you know, that you could possibly land at, but that would really be pushing your -- the limits of the airplane. So I would really be worried about running out of gas."
    The 777, when fully fueled, can go 16 to 18 hours. Flight 370 wasn't.

    http://edition.cnn.com/2014/03/20/wo...html?hpt=hp_c1

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    MH370's flight "ended" in the Southern Indian Ocean.

    http://edition.cnn.com/2014/03/24/wo...html?hpt=hp_t1

    Rest in peace. Pray for the family.

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    Lightbulb Flight 370 Summary report (2014.04.28)

    April 28 2014

    Flight 370 Summary report

    All the important facts in one place.

    Preface: There is absolutely no doubt that flight 370 was electronically hijacked...

    First and foremost, the pilots DID NOT cooperate with the hijack. Co pilot successfully dialed out via last cell tower in Malaysia

    There is absolutely verified proof that the pilots DID NOT cooperate, and that therefore an AWACS platform had to have been used to jam radar and communications. The absolute proof that the plane was electronically hijacked against pilots will, and that all communications were cut against pilot will came when the co-pilot of flight 370 successfully dialed out to reach his mother when the plane was hijacked...

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    Lightbulb Flight 370 reality check: A Boeing 777 doesn't just disappear...

    Sunday, March 30, 2014

    Flight MH370 - IBM engineer gets text message out from prison cell after hiding cell phone 'in my ass'

    UPDATE - What's the real agenda here?

    This handout photo provided by the Wood family shows Philip


    Wood, an IBM executive who had been working in Beijing


    over the past two years at Petronas ... one of three US



    citizens on the flight.


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    READ ALSO:

    Flight 370 reality check: A Boeing 777 doesn't disappear unless governments want it to disappear


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    Can be sad and spooky. My thought is between Australia and Java. Not South West Australia. What say you? No harm guessing.

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    My thought is..... if government wants it disappear, it will disappear

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    Also not a single debris so far. Amazing...

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    of course, conspiracy theory nuts show up in here

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