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  • Crashed after a malfunction. Lost at sea.

    3 14.29%
  • Caught in a time vortex. Lost in time.

    4 19.05%
  • Hijacked. Landed somewhere.

    12 57.14%
  • It never left the tarmack. Union controlled airport.

    2 9.52%
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    Default Re: Where is that darn Jet from Malaysia

    “BAD NEWS”

    Hundreds of people knew exactly where the plane was, how every system was working, what had been “turned off” during each sequence of events and know exactly where the plane is now. Every word told to the press has been a lie. Every word told by the mainstream media has been a lie. The descriptions today in the New York Times and other publications are purposefully inaccurate and contradictory. Their explanations of how commercial aircraft communicate and are tracked are fanciful at best; at worst “criminal.”

    CIA CONTROLS COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT

    While people around the world were told Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 was “lost” or “crashed,” it was being monitored by NORAD (North American Aerospace Defense Command) and its regional defense partners through secret systems installed in the plane.


    In 2006, Boeing announced the following, from a John Croft article in Flightglobal:

    Boeing last week received a US patent for a system that, once activated, removes all controls from pilots to automatically return a commercial airliner to a predetermined landing location.

    The “uninterruptible” autopilot would be activated – either by pilots, by on-board sensors or even remotely via radio or satellite links by government agencies like the Central Intelligence Agency, if terrorists attempt to gain control of a flight deck.

    Boeing says: “We are constantly studying ways we can enhance the safety, security and efficiency of the world’s airline fleet.”

    Similarly, Raytheon Corporation was awarded a contract by the Federal Aviation Administration 8 years ago to implement an “Advanced Route Evaluation System” (ARES) to work in concert with the system operated by the Central Intelligence Agency.

    In addition, the technical staff at Rolls Royce, a fact also reported in the Wall Street Journal, continually monitored the plane’s flight.

    Days, even weeks later, one of the great “disappearing tricks” of all time, and the American military not only monitored every mile traveled but knew exactly when and where the passengers were killed.

    Part of the admitted “redirection” of Flight 370 included 45 minutes at 45,000 feet. There is a procedure taking exactly that long at that altitude for depressurizing the cabin, using up existing oxygen supplies and killing passengers.


    This quote is from a Boeing 777 pilot with a major airline interviewed by New Eastern Outlook (Russia):

    “Just a quick update with what I know about the Malaysia 777 disappearance. The Boeing 777 is the airplane that I fly. It is a great, safe airplane to fly. It has, for the most part, triple redundancy in most of its systems. If one complete system breaks (not just parts of a system), there are usually 2 more to carry the load. It’s also designed to be easy to employ so 3rd world pilots can successfully fly it. Sometimes, even that doesn’t work.

    There’s many ways to fly the 777 and there are safety layers and redundancies built into the airplane now to Malaysia. There are so many communication systems on the airplane: 3 VHF radios, 2 SatCom systems, 2 HF radio systems, plus Transponders and active, ‘real time’ monitoring through CPDLC (Controller to Pilot Data Link Clearance) and ADS B (Air Data Service) through the SatCom systems and ACARS (Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System) through the VHF, HF and SatCom systems. The air traffic controllers can tell where we are, speed, altitude, etc. as well as what our computers and flight guidance system has set into our control panels. Big Brother for sure! However, most of these things can be turned off.


    But, there are a few systems that can’t be turned off. One is the engine monitoring systems. The Malaysia airplane, like our 777-200’s, uses Rolls Royce Trent Engines. Rolls Royce (RR) leases these motors to us and they monitor them all the time they are running. In fact, a few years back, one of our 777’s developed a slow oil leak due and partial equipment failure during flight. It wasn’t bad enough to set off the airplane’s alerting system, but RR was looking at it on their computers. They are in England, they contact our dispatch in (REDACTED), Dispatch sends a message to the crew via SatCom in the North Pacific, telling them that RR wants them to closely monitor oil pressure and temp on the left engine.

    The crew did all of that and landed uneventfully. After landing and during the taxi in, the left engine shut itself down using it’s redundant, computerized operating system. That system has a logic tree that will not allow its engines to be shut down if the airplane is in the air; only on the ground. Pretty good technology.

    Anyway, the point was that Rolls Royce monitors those engines 100% of the time they are operating. And don’t EVER get in an Airbus!!”

    CONSPIRACY

    What do we know for sure? We know the plane was tracked continually. We know classified systems were on board that could reroute and land the plane no matter what any hijacker could have done.

    We know the passengers could be killed easily using control systems that should not be available to crew or hijackers but, for some reason, are a major “hole” in the security of an aircraft that has multiple redundancy systems for other “mishaps.”


    Sources claim the plane landed on Diego Garcia military base, was refueled, dead passengers “disembarked” and [taken] elsewhere.

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    Default Re: Where is that darn Jet from Malaysia

    Quote Originally Posted by Wingfoot View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Enjoythefall View Post
    This plane was carrying 4 engineering teams from a massive flight electronics manufacturer, which coincidentally has been working on real-time cloaking technologies.
    WoW Enjoythefall! You are dialed in! Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 is a Chinese military exercise to prove the Chinese have perfected cloaking.

    Cloaking is new stealth technology making airplanes invisible not only to radar, it renders them hidden to the human eye as well. American taxpayers have been fleeced to pay some international military industrial complex manufacturer to develop the concept and make a working model.


    “Have you pieced together the puzzle of missing flight 370 to Beijing China? If not, here are your missing pieces:

    Patents - Patents - Patents.”

    An Austin, Texas technology company, Freescale Semiconductor Ltd., had 20 senior staff on board Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370. This group applied for a patent for a new electronic warfare gadget for military radar systems and released the powerful new products to the American market on March 3. Avoiding radar via “cloaking technology” has long been one of the objectives of the defence industry and Freescale has been active developing chips for cloaking.

    Freescale is an international military industrial complex manufacturer whose shareholders include the Carlyle Group. This group of private equity investors include past advisers ex-US president George Bush Sr and former British Prime Minister John Major.

    “Four days after flight MH370 disappeared, a patent was approved by the U.S. Patent Office; US Patent US8650327. Four of the five Patent holders are Chinese employees of Freescale Semiconductor of Austin TX.

    The patent is divided up on 20 per cent increments to five holders:

    “Peidong Wang, Suzhou, China, (20 per cent); Zhijun Chen, Suzhou, China, (20 per cent); Zhihong Cheng, Suzhou, China, (20 per cent); Li Ying, Suzhou, China, (20 per cent); Freescale Semiconductor (20 per cent).

    “If a patent holder dies, then the remaining holders equally share the dividends of the deceased if not disputed in a will.

    If four of the five dies, then the remaining one Patent holder gets 100 per cent of the wealth of the patent.

    That remaining live Patent holder is Freescale Semiconductor(!).

    “Patent holders can alter the proceeds legally by passing wealth to their heirs. However, they cannot do so until the Patent is approved. When the plane went missing, the patent had not been approved!”

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    Default Re: Where is that darn Jet from Malaysia

    So the Malaysia airline that was shot down in Ukraine is solved. It also solves what happened to the missing Malaysian Flight 370. No one could have possibly figured out the truth. It wasn't even a choice in the poll.
    This is an actual live report from the world class reporters at MSNBC. Not a joke. Not a spoof. The explanation went out on live TV.



    The truth is out. Care to apologize Wing? We're waiting.

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    Default Re: Where is that darn Jet from Malaysia

    That was uncalled for (the caller not the post) but it just goes to show how brain dead our reporters are today. They don't think.
    "Change does not always equal progress."

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    Default Re: Where is that darn Jet from Malaysia

    Months later and the jet hasn't been found. Definately lost at sea.
    "Change does not always equal progress."

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    Default Re: Where is that darn Jet from Malaysia

    I don't know Steve. There are just too many coincidences. 20 scientists on board who are working on cloaking technology when the plane conveniently disappears from radar and flies thousands of miles off course. I'm still dubious that in the 21st century, we still can't find any evidence whatsoever of wreckage. Maybe it is in one piece at the bottom of the ocean. I don't know, but the technology in those scientists heads was priceless. Whoever develops the technology to completely cloak an aircraft first will become the next military world leader.
    We will probably never know but I suspect, a world power is going to show the world their latest cloaked bomber in the coming months or years.

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    Default Re: Where is that darn Jet from Malaysia

    I've never really believed that the plane wasn't trackable. There is too much technology involved for it to be invisible so to speak. Hell, anyone with the proper knowledge can track me through my phone and there is nothing I can do about it.
    "Change does not always equal progress."

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