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Old 08-17-2016, 07:45 PM
 
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Amelia Earhart's plane was not found either. It's a very large and very deep ocean, a plane splinters into pieces when it crashes into water at high speed, and if that happens thousands of miles away from anywhere, why should it be unusual that nothing, or not much, of it is ever found? It would seem more surprising if they actually found it. Maybe a mechanical failure, maybe a derranged pilot (anybody can develop mental probkems) - both mechanical and mental problems are more commonly seen than aliens...
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Old 08-17-2016, 07:58 PM
 
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Yet, suicide mission doesn't answer certain question raised by the facts:

• Fact #1: All Boeing 777 commercial jets are equipped with black box recorders that can survive any on-board explosion
and recorders transmit locator signals for at least 30 days after falling into the ocean. Yet not this one.
• Fact #2: Many parts of destroyed aircraft are naturally buoyant and will float in water yet nothing was found.
• Fact #3: How did it vanish from both civilian and military radar.
1.. They can be turned off and removed. Recorders transmit a weak ping. You still have to be within range of it.
2. So what parts are you talking about?? This sounds like you're talking out of thin air.
3. It will if it flys low enough.. Or are you talking about when it crashed into the ocean?
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Old 08-17-2016, 08:15 PM
 
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Amelia Earhart's plane was not found either. It's a very large and very deep ocean, a plane splinters into pieces when it crashes into water at high speed, and if that happens thousands of miles away from anywhere, why should it be unusual that nothing, or not much, of it is ever found? It would seem more surprising if they actually found it. Maybe a mechanical failure, maybe a derranged pilot (anybody can develop mental probkems) - both mechanical and mental problems are more commonly seen than aliens...
There were several hours of lost/no communication that Malaysia seemed fine with. Which seems like this happen often or they didn't care. If it happens, maybe planes have slipped into something before but came back. This was handled very strangely to me for just a run of the mill plane crash. Even the Malaysians know it looks funny, because they're always pushing the communication time. I also feel Malaysia was very cruel to the family members. It just always struck me like the airline was sort of prepared.
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Old 08-17-2016, 08:20 PM
 
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So basically just speculation based upon a 2 year story only being released in the recent months, interestingly the suicide path found on the flight simulator which would appear to support the claim based upon the location of current search efforts yet in retrospect seems that having such information for 2 years then why the distance between where the simulator ended and where they were searching during that period. Search Areas Link

Yet, suicide mission doesn't answer certain question raised by the facts:

• Fact #1: All Boeing 777 commercial jets are equipped with black box recorders that can survive any on-board explosion
and recorders transmit locator signals for at least 30 days after falling into the ocean. Yet not this one.
• Fact #2: Many parts of destroyed aircraft are naturally buoyant and will float in water yet nothing was found.
• Fact #3: How did it vanish from both civilian and military radar.

The lack of physical evidence of a plane crash serves as evidence that it didn't crash. And if it didn't crash it landed somewhere and then the question becomes the motivation of stealing a Boeing 777. And a ICB, or Boeing 777 are both capable of providing long range nuclear strike capabilities. Since the last info showed the plane flying in a direction towards IRAN, then I would look to the North, o'kay

What lack of physical evidence? Several pieces of the plane have turned up on the west side of the Indian Ocean. And it didn't disappear from military radar while flying anywhere near land; I'm not sure if it was Malaysian or Thai military picked it up as it flew west over the peninsula, and they reported that. It was supposed to be a confidential report, but it got leaked to the media, as I recall. That was just before it flew over an isolated island off Malaysia, and went out of range, then turned south.

Those are not facts that you posted.
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Old 08-17-2016, 09:27 PM
 
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Well, Iran has a national airline (Iran Air - I just looked it up; I am really bored tonight, you can tell :-), so why would they need to steal a plane??
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Old 08-18-2016, 12:29 AM
 
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The Capt did it .... locked out the others from the cockpit.
The plane will likely never be found. Funding/budget it out.
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Old 08-18-2016, 05:53 AM
 
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They called off the search in July this year, didn't they?
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Old 08-18-2016, 07:03 PM
 
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The thing is, it would be easy for certain authorities to make this number of people disappear. No passengers or parts of passengers have ever been found from the events which happened on 9/11 and there were more incidents OTHER than the twin towers event.

It would also be easy for them to create or hold back some of the plane as debris to be brought out later to be 'found'.

Of course, these are conspiracy nut thoughts and not real life, but if you consider all of the shenanigans our government has been involved in, then this could easily be another such event and we just dont know what is important to them and should be hidden.
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Old 08-19-2016, 12:12 AM
 
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Amelia Earhart's plane was not found either. It's a very large and very deep ocean, a plane splinters into pieces when it crashes into water at high speed, and if that happens thousands of miles away from anywhere, why should it be unusual that nothing, or not much, of it is ever found? It would seem more surprising if they actually found it. Maybe a mechanical failure, maybe a derranged pilot (anybody can develop mental probkems) - both mechanical and mental problems are more commonly seen than aliens...
Earhart's plane was seen by locals on Kwajalein Island, where it crashed, then it was taken to Saipan, where Noonan and Earhart were put in jail by the Japanese, according to locals who saw them on Saipan. Some US servicemen have said they saw the plane in a hangar when Saipan was taken over by the US, and they watched US officers burn the plane.

Then there's a group of researchers who say the plane landed off Nikamuroro Island, and may have sunk just off the island. They keep saying they don't have the funding to do the research, send in a diver, etc.
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Old 08-19-2016, 04:39 AM
 
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they saw the plane in a hangar when Saipan was taken over by the US, and they watched US officers burn the plane.
Why would they burn the plane? What could it possibly achieve? It seems a strange thing to make up without a reason behind it.
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