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    Default Re: Boeing MH370 disappears in flight with 239 passengers

    Quote Posted by Bill Ryan (here)
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    The plane's engines were apparently not working, as none of the fishermen heard any noise or explosions as the plane was descending. According to them, it crashed at around 7.30am local time in the Strait of Malacca, which separates the Malay Peninsula and the Indonesian island of Sumatra, 2 kilometres away from the location where Rusli Kusmin and his team were fishing.
    Really interesting, but an obvious question here: is it even possible that debris from that location could have drifted down to Madagascar??

    The Indonesian Throughflow

    The Indonesian Throughflow is a system of currents that carries water westward from the Pacific to the Indian Ocean through the deep passages and straits of the Indonesian Archipelago. This is the only place in the world where warm, equatorial waters flow from one ocean to another.

    Link: https://www.csiro.au/en/Research/Env...ocean-currents

    Link: https://www.csiro.au/~/media/OnA/Ima...6AB250F58A12CC
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    Independent sleuth reveals new facts about MH370's Satcom prior to fatal turn

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    Fri, 29 Mar 2019 10:57 UTC


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    Five years after Flight MH370's disappearance, plane hunters continue to come up with new theories about what could have happened to the missing Boeing, while Malaysian officials have already abandoned attempts to locate the plane.

    Jeff Wise, a plane detective and author of the book The Plane That Wasn't There, has revealed in an interview with the Express newspaper that MH370's satellite communication system (Satcom) was switched off when it went off the radars, but was 30 minutes later switched back on again.

    According to him, the satellite that had unsuccessfully been trying to reach the plane for 30 minutes suddenly received a log-on request from it at 18:35, meaning that someone on board had switched the system back on. At the same time, it's unclear for what reason this was done, as the plane hadn't been using its Satcom during the flight.

    "They probably had no idea that its intermittent handshake exchanges could be used to track the plane, since the technique hadn't been invented yet", Wise suggested.

    The Satcom system resumed when the plane was over the Malacca Strait and 15 minutes later it allegedly took a turn in an unknown direction and, according to Wise, flew on autopilot beginning from 19:41 UTC in a straight line.

    Numerous plane hunters have made attempts to determine the fate of the missing Boeing, coming up with all sorts of theories. While some have suggested that certain areas in the Indian Ocean be searched, others have proposed that the plane may have crashed in the Cambodian jungle.

    Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 went missing on 8 March 2014 carrying 239 passengers on board, while flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. After several years of unsuccessful attempts to locate the plane, the Malaysian government ended its search in May 2018, admitting that they did not know what happened to the plane.

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    Default Re: Boeing MH370 disappears in flight with 239 passengers

    often or not when things are completely wiped out of a case, there is a governmental or elite system in place for taking these things under cover. Look at Diana the Princess cover-up, same with 911 and all three are left open to debate with never a real ending to conclude the truth that was real. I know this is only an opinion.

    I had images of an island at the time and green palm type trees and I don't think they are alive but I think they salvaged the plane for use for another purpose. I suppose it goes down in the history books as one that got away. I think the people were killed I don't think ever that the plane crashed. (opinion)

    Saying that this is the only one airplane that has never been found or recovered and that in it's self is odd. The thousands of planes that fly and any crashed have all been found. Cover up guaranteed.

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