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Malaysia Airlines Flight MH 370: Eighth Drone Mission to Sea Bed Fails to Find Wreckage

April 21, 2014

By Divya Avasthy

 

"The eighth underwater drone mission to search for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 has failed to find any evidence of plane wreckage on the sea bed.

 

The Bluefin-21 submarine employed for the task has so far screened over two-thirds of the narrowed search area.

 

The underwater hunt is expected to finish within this week, even though the probe will continue and other approaches will be tried out, said Malaysia's acting transport minister Hishammuddin Hussein at a press briefing in Kuala Lumpur.

 

Since its fourth mission, the submarine was reprogrammed to scour the seas 604 feet below its permissible limit of 14,800 feet. The part of the Indian Ocean narrowed down for the search is deeper than the previously estimated range at some places, which necessitated alteration in the drone's threshold limit to "acceptable" levels."

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http://news.yahoo.com/malaysia-airlines-flight-mh-370-eighth-drone-mission-092158560.html

 

Now what I am going to do is copy a post from glp. Why? because it seems possible to me, especially considering that it seems more than one country could be involved in a cover up of some sort. I have thought that for a while now. See what you think, I think it sounds as plausible as anything else we've heard so far.

 

"One of the plane passenger was carrying a unique and novel biological stock in a drinking canister and the passengers were apparently exposed to it during an onboard struggle.

Passenger intended to infect the entire of China starting from Beijing.

Biological contagions are not detectable by airport security of any kind. A tip off resulted in the plane being forced to detour and land elsewhere where they can handle the biological threat safely.

Therefore the passengers have to be isolated and contained.

It is a high death rate virus and fatality is up to 80 percent.

The passengers are as good as dead and that's why all the nations decided to collaborate together to put on a search and rescue show.

They do not want the news of this new novel virus to hit the media or else there would be world panic and causing stock market crashes.

Virus kill rate is 72 hours upon infection

 

Diego Garcia was chosen to handle this threat and that's why no military personnel are now allowed to leave or approach the Island.

Containing the virus within the island makes the most logical sense."  <<<this was all he said, and it struck me that IF someone were going to tell the truth about this plane, then this may be the way it would be done.

 

It was posted today by an AC with a Malaysia flag on glp. Makes almost as much sense as everything else said so far, and would kind of explain all the subterfuge over the plane. Countries working together to cover something up. I don't know, just thought it interesting. http://www.godlikeproductions.com/forum1/message2535646/pg1

Well that's an interesting theory.  Hmmm... I know it's from Sorcha Faal... but it ties in.

 

http://whatdoesitmean.com/index1754.htm

 

And then some will remember the colorful Squiddy from the Bezerk thread.  She made two posts to the BZ thread on 3/11 regarding MH370. 

 

Page 1553,  3/11/2014 at 7:45PM and 751PM user ID 16199153

 

plane had a 'female' on board that was carrying one of the jigsaw pieces mentioned 3 years ago from the meeting in india. the pieces are all coming together. the documents in the briefcases were a timetable, but there are many ancient factions who are aware of the various artifacts hidden about the world.

 

just to clarify.they were flying to China to take possession of one of the pieces.

 
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Thank you RS, thank you. very interesting  How the heck could we ever forget squiddy?  oh, and recall the Chinese came here and tried to take possession of an artifact outside Chicago a couple years ago, and found it could not be removed.  Bursts

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Now won't this be a colossal coincidence if my up dates on the coevolution thread and viruses ended up tying in with BEZERK and missing plane for reasons suggested above. 

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Is this MH370? US pilot believes he's found wreckage of missing airliner after searching through thousands of satellite images online - right where the flight vanished seven weeks ago

Lydia Warren

April 28, 2014

 

Michael Hoebel, from Tonawanda, New York spent hours trawling through pictures on TomNod.com, a website that shares satellite images

  • He has found images of what he believes to be the intact aircraft just off the northeast coast of Malaysia days after the crash
  • He has contacted the FBI and NTSB to share his findings
  • The search for the missing flight, which vanished on March 8, will now focus on the ocean floor, authorities have said

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Is it the wreckage? Michael Hoebel is pictured showing an image of what he believes is the wreckage of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. He found the image on a website that shares satellite images.

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It also allows other users to rate whether or not they agree with another user's theory - and so far, no one has disagreed with Hoebel's, he said. No one else has noted finding the wreckage at the same spot, he added.

He said that he started searching for the plane because he wanted to aid the investigation to help the families who had lost loved ones.

He added that he has contacted the NTSB and the FBI with what he found - but so far they have not contacted him in response.

This weekend, Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said surface search efforts for the plane have been scaled back because it is 'highly unlikely' clues will be found on the surface."

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2614932/U-S-pilot-believes-hes-wreckage-missing-Malaysia-flight-searching-satellite-images.html

 

tx Reddwolf

 

So now, it sure looks like this guy has something, but no one is interested? hmmm, wonder why that would be?  and why, since these images were available to all, has no one seen them before now? Or do we have a second plane down, on the same day, in the same area   nawww, I don't think that possible.

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or they had to have every body(sept Chanites and other awake folk) look the other way so they could plant a plane down there

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Private firm claims to have found MH370: Australian company detects 'wreckage of a commercial airliner' in the Bay of Bengal which appeared on sea-floor scans the same time the Malaysian Airlines plane vanished
April 29, 2014

Sam Webb

 

  • Sea-floor surveying company GeoResonance was scanning for metals along the ocean floor when they got a hit for an object with the same metallic make-up as a commercial plane
  • They say the item appeared between '5th and 10th of March 2014'
  • The dates fit MH370's disappearance, which vanished March 8
  • The site - 1000 miles from Bangladesh in the Bay of Bengal - is at the northern tip of the initial search area
  • But it's thousands of miles from the current concentrated search area
  • The Joint Agency Coordination Centre has dismissed the claim, saying it still believes the current search area is MH370's most-likely location
  • It follows an announcement from Australian PM that debris from the aircraft would have sunk by now
  • Former Malaysian prime minister Mahathir Mohamad has expressed doubts that MH370 crashed into the Indian Ocean and blamed Boeing for its fat

 

"An Australian company says it has located the wreckage of a commercial airliner lying on the ocean floor in the Bay of Bengal - an area located in the northern tip of the original search area, but thousands of miles from where authorities are currently focused."

 

Tech firm GeoResonance claims its sensor technology has found the wreckage of a plane in the Bay of Bengal, 118 miles south of Bangladesh.

 

The company said images taken of the same spot five days earlier showed it had appeared between the 5th and 10th of March 2014. The plane disappeared on March 8.

 
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The GeoResonance search team scanned the ocean floor for metals found in commercial planes. This image shows the results for aluminium (left) and titanium (right)

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more comparison pictures, etc. at link

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2615901/Has-MH370-Australian-company-detects-wreckage-commercial-airliner-Bay-Bengal-thousands-miles-current-search-area.html

This would be the find that Acolyte referenced in his shout about the island in the Bay of Bengal. VYCI that Celtec mentioned in her original post. So now everyone is going to find planes on the ocean bottom?  Just FYI, This is nowhere close to the US pilot's find. 

Here is Acolyte's link also.  

 http://www.stuff.co.nz/world/asia/9988528/Australian-company-claims-MH370-wreckage-found

 

 

 

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Good one Imelda makes me think about some things that have happened just recently. Timing IS everything.

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Sounds like they are gearing up for the "We found the plane, this was a hijack attempt" routine.  It will make it more plausible when they don't have anything to report for months and months, because, well there's nothing to report anyway!  

 

Silly civilian humans; tricks may be for kids, but hijinx are for those at the tippy-top.. huzzah!

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Ah the bankers are getting there fingers into the pie... it always amazes me how they equate these huge cost figures as if the "military" who have performed the task had to be created from nothing...............

 

All the aircraft and personnel were already working and being paid to work in that capacity under their normal employment contracts.... Orion surveillance aircraft are constantly on set monthly missions... so just because everything has been working in a targeted area does not mean its an OVERTIME claim...

 

Its like when they use existing Police for crowd control and try to justify imaginary costs ..... the friggin police were working anyway and WE pay the bill ... if you look at the records after events such as these annual leave etc and RDO's are all issued to compensate for the intense period of work... FFS own your own business its a 24/7 job .... 

 

anyway rant over... the AU gov can sell the Huge Heroin haul that intercepted in the Indian Ocean "Very Recently" to pay the imaginary bills Ooooops did I say that.. after all it was carried out by NAVAL Vessels and THEY confiscated the contraband.. the Tonnage of drugs destined... (Have to ask the other Gov services to get that intel C eye Hey  hip hip horar LOL) 

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Flight 370: Philip Wood's Girlfriend Sarah Bajc Got Death Threat

May 9, 2014

Henry Austin

 

"The girlfriend of an American passenger aboard missing Flight MH370 told NBC News she has been the victim of two break-ins, a death threat and numerous unsettling phone calls since the jet vanished.

 

Sarah Bajc received an instant message warning that "I'm going to come and kill you next" about two weeks after the Malaysia Airlines plane disappeared on March 8. Several pornographic images and creepy phone calls were also received from the same China-based number.

 

Bajc was preparing to move from Beijing to live with passenger Philip Wood, a 50-year-old Texas native and IBM Malaysia employee, in Kuala Lumpur at the time of the tragedy.

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http://www.nbcnews.com/storyline/missing-jet/flight-370-philip-woods-girlfriend-sarah-bajc-got-death-threat-n100446

 

Tx Reddwolf

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From Breezy's Post -- (Flight 370: Philip Wood's Girlfriend Sarah Bajc Got Death Threat)                                                                                                                                                    

 

This is a curious bit of info  -- who in china would want to kill this lovely mossad double agent, except the very people that hired her?  sic....  Death threats, and phone calls and break-ins   Oh! my!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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FWIW

 

Laos air force plane crashes, defence minister reported dead


(Reuters) - A Laotian air force plane with at least 14 people on board crashed on Saturday, a defence ministry source said, and a witness at the site said the defence minister was among the dead.

The official, who declined to be named because he was not authorised to speak to the media, said there were 14 people on board, but he had no further details.

 

http://uk.reuters.com/article/2014/05/17/uk-laos-crash-idUKKBN0DX03320140517

 

https://maps.google.co.za/maps?q=laos&ie=UTF-8&hq=&hnear=0x31149057b0824589:0xec592481f99cd81,Laos&gl=za&ei=bjJ3U6_SG8Wd7gakwYDACA&sqi=2&ved=0CJkBELYDMBM

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Malaysia Air Flight 370: Who Has Satellite Data That Shaped the Search?

Who has the data investigators used to shape their search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, and why hasn't it been released to the public?

The answer to those questions depends on who you ask.

Facing a growing chorus of criticism from scientists and family members who want to see more details about why searchers are combing the southern Indian Ocean for the missing Boeing 777, Malaysia's top transportation official Thursday claimed his country doesn't have the raw data from the satellite's communication with the plane as it flew thousands of miles off course.

The data is crucial because it's what led investigators to the area where they're currently searching for the plane. And in recent days, some scientists outside the investigation have suggested they don't trust investigators' analysis of the data, and questioned whether searchers are even looking in the right place.

http://www.cnn.com/2014/05/15/world/asia/malaysia-missing-plane/index.html

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Sorry Jessica ..

 

Andrew Bartzis sounds good but..

    those close to him find him full of false pretense

     and have distanced themselves from his claims. He talks an interesting talk for many years now.

 

However.........  You will not find this opinion elsewhere..  YET.

 

 

QUOTE'

 

Galactic Historian on the Malaysian Airplane flight VIDEO 3min
Posted By: Lymerick [send E-Mail]
Date: Saturday, 10-May-2014 19:21:59

 

UNQUOTE'

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CIA withholding information on flight MH370, says former Malaysian PM Mahathir Mohamad
May 19, 2014

Lindsay Murdoch

 

 

"One of the most influential figures in Malaysia’s ruling party claims information about flight MH370 is being hidden and the Australian-led search for the plane off Western Australia is a waste of time and money.

 

Former prime minister Mahathir Mohamad said the plane’s disappearance on March 8 was “most likely not an ordinary crash after fuel was exhausted”.

 

“The plane is somewhere, maybe without MAS [Malaysia Airlines] markings,” he said. “It is a waste of time and money to look for debris or oil slick or to listen for pings from the black box.”

 

Dr Mahathir, 88, who was prime minister for 22 years from 1981, wrote in his personal blog he could not imagine that “the pilots made a soft landing in rough seas and then quietly went down with the aircraft”.
 

“Someone is hiding something. It is not fair that MAS and Malaysia should take the blame,” he wrote.

 

Dr Mahathir suggested the United States' Central Intelligence Agency had knowledge of the disappearance of the plane with 239 people on board but was not sharing it with Malaysia.

 

He also claimed that Boeing, the plane’s maker, and “certain” government agencies, have the ability to remotely take over control of commercial airliners such as the missing Boeing 777.

 

“For some reason, the media will not print anything that involves Boeing or the CIA,” he said.

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http://www.smh.com.au/world/cia-withholding-information-on-flight-mh370-says-former-malaysian-pm-mahathir-mohamad-20140519-zrh0a.html




 

 

 

 

 

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Malaysia releases satellite data on missing jet

By EILEEN NG and CHRIS BRUMMITT
May 27, 2014
 
 
"KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — The Malaysian government on Tuesday released 45 pages of raw satellite data it used to determine the flight path of the missing jetliner, information long sought by relatives of some of the 239 people on board.
 

But at least one independent expert said his initial impression was that the communication logs didn't include key assumptions, algorithms and metadata needed to validate the investigation team's conclusions that the plane flew south and crashed in a remote patch of the Indian Ocean.

 

"It's a whole lot of stuff that is not very important to know," said Michael Exner, a satellite engineer who has been intensively researching the calculations. "There are probably two or three pages of important stuff, the rest is just noise. It doesn't add any value to our understanding."

 

Almost three months since it went missing en route to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur, no trace of the jet has been found, an agonizing situation for family members stuck between grief and the faintest hope, no matter how unlikely, their loved ones might still be alive. The mystery disappearance also has nurtured speculation and wild conspiracy theories.

 

Several family members have been highly critical of the Malaysian government's response, accusing them of failing to release timely information or even concealing it. The government, which in the early days did release contradictory information about the plane's movements, insists it is being transparent in what has been an unprecedented situation.

 

An international investigation team led by Malaysia has concluded that the jet flew south after it was last spotted on Malaysian military radar about 90 minutes after takeoff and ended up in the southern Indian Ocean off western Australia. This conclusion is based on complex calculations derived in part from hourly transmissions between the plane and a communications satellite."

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http://news.yahoo.com/malaysia-releases-satellite-data-missing-jet-043556329.html

 

Then onyx gave me this so I will put it here

http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2014/images/05/27/flight.370.data.logs.pdf

 

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Missing flight MH370: 'Pings' thought to be from plane's black box recorders 'probably came from a search ship'
May 29, 2014

Sam Adams

 

"A US Navy official has revealed that the noises could even have been produced by the pinger locater used to listen for underwater signals from the plane's black boxes

 

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Mystery: Could the pings have come from a "towed pinger locator"

 

 

The four acoustic 'pings' which led to the massive search of the southern Indian Ocean for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane - probably came from one of the search ships, it had been claimed.

 

Authorities behind the search now think the noises, which were assumed to have come from the plane's black box flight or cockpit recorders, were produced by another man-made device unrelated to the vanished jet.

 

A US Navy official has revealed that this could have come from one of the search ships - or even the pinger locater used to listen for underwater signals.

 

The news comes as the first phase of the huge search of the ocean floor for the aircraft has been completed without any sign of the wreckage.

 

Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 disappeared on 8 March 2014 carrying 227 passengers and 12 crew.

The Boeing 777 had left Kuala Lumpur at 00.41 for Beijing Airport but lost contact which air traffic controllers at around 01.22am as it crossed the South China Sea.
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http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/missing-flight-mh370-pings-thought-3619683

So now, once again, how many countries, how much advanced technology was involved in this search? Yet they could have made this big a mistake, or "error in judgment"??? :angry2: I call   bs  :angry2: 

 

 

 

 

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