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    Default Re: What if the missing air plane is found with all passengers safe and a story to tell?

    Hi Brian,

    I think we're all still scratching our heads but Jim Stone's latest entry on the Malaysia flight is a real revelation: www.jimstonefreelance.com

    chances are the flight was high-jacked by an AWACS plane which explains why the plane was able to be tracked by the military but was lost by civilian tracking sources; not to mention the controversy behind the 20 electro-energy scientists (with military connections) on board- the plot thickens...

    stay well-

    Larry

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    Who is John Galt???
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    Default Re: What if the missing air plane is found with all passengers safe and a story to tell?

    Even if we go with the assumption that happened, who would tell us anything? There's no accountability anymore when you can hide behind secrets. WE the people would be answered by silence as in the past, even with the testimony of all on the plane...whom do you go for answers? The courts? look how that worked for Judy Woods and 911 truth...

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    Default Re: What if the missing air plane is found with all passengers safe and a story to tell?

    It's been 5 days, I say call in the remote viewers.

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    Quote Posted by 13th Warrior (here)
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    Quote Nobel Prize-winning economist and commentator Paul Krugman alluded to a quip[60][61] by John Rogers in his blog: "There are two novels that can change a bookish fourteen-year old's life: The Lord of the Rings and Atlas Shrugged. One is a childish fantasy that often engenders a lifelong obsession with its unbelievable heroes, leading to an emotionally stunted, socially crippled adulthood, unable to deal with the real world. The other, of course, involves orcs."
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    Default Re: What if the missing air plane is found with all passengers safe and a story to tell?

    Quote Posted by Tesla_WTC_Solution (here)
    Kind of reminds me of the Langoliers...


    anyone remember that movie?

    Hint: plane flies into electrical disturbance ("aurora") and enters a separate dimension where everything is in a state of decay.
    The only object to which this does not apply is the aircraft itself.

    It was a pretty low grade movie actually... but scary.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Langoliers

    it's like Tremors sans humor. plus time travel. kind of crap.

    You should read the Steven King novella that the movie is based upon. It is waaaay scarier than the movie, as tends to be the case. It is part of the book Four Past Midnight. I never saw the movie, but having read the story in my early teens, I had that thought as well.
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    Default Re: What if the missing air plane is found with all passengers safe and a story to tell?

    Quote Posted by Carmody (here)
    Quote Posted by 13th Warrior (here)
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    Quote Nobel Prize-winning economist and commentator Paul Krugman alluded to a quip[60][61] by John Rogers in his blog: "There are two novels that can change a bookish fourteen-year old's life: The Lord of the Rings and Atlas Shrugged. One is a childish fantasy that often engenders a lifelong obsession with its unbelievable heroes, leading to an emotionally stunted, socially crippled adulthood, unable to deal with the real world. The other, of course, involves orcs."
    An interesting--and amusing--observation.

    I will tell you, without charge, however, that Ayn Rand was a hell of a lot smarter than Paul Krugman.

    *EDIT* Never mind... Now that I read this a little more closely I notice that John Rogers is credited for this quip. I should have known better about the likelihood of Paul Krugman ever being so witty.... Carry on.
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    Default Re: What if the missing air plane is found with all passengers safe and a story to tell?

    IRANIAN LAWMAKER CLAIMS U.S. 'KIDNAPPED' FLIGHT MH370

    An Iranian parliamentarian has blamed the disappearance of flight MH370 on the United States, claiming it 'kidnapped' the flight in an attempt to 'sabotage' relationships between Iran and China and South East Asia.

    Hossein Naghavi Hosseini, the spokesman for the foreign policy committee, has claimed reports of two Iranian nationals travelling on the missing Malaysia Airlines flight on stolen passports was 'psychological warfare', The New York Times has reported.

    He said: 'Americans recruit some people for such kinds of operations so they can throw the blame on other countries, especially Muslim countries.'

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    The passengers might well be all alive and safe.

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    "Major Ed Dames I have yet to assign this project to the MIA team; however, if this becomes a valid engagement, we can discuss the findings on Coast to Coast AM just as was done with previous cases like this. I've been preparing for the live Killshot event on the 22nd, but any Remote Viewer can take on this project in the official RV community. This would be a good training target."

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    Ingo Swan could find that mama jammer , no problem ...
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    Default Re: What if the missing air plane is found with all passengers safe and a story to tell?

    Quote Posted by Cardillac (here)
    Hi Brian,

    I think we're all still scratching our heads but Jim Stone's latest entry on the Malaysia flight is a real revelation: www.jimstonefreelance.com

    chances are the flight was high-jacked by an AWACS plane which explains why the plane was able to be tracked by the military but was lost by civilian tracking sources; not to mention the controversy behind the 20 electro-energy scientists (with military connections) on board- the plot thickens...

    stay well-

    Larry
    Bump - I too find Jim Stone's report on this to be quite interesting Malaysian airlines flight 377 has been provably hijacked by an AWACS plane. (Permalink).

    It looks like some country with AWACS capability might have just acquired a Boeing 777 jetliner (without a recorded sale) and perhaps even some Freescale engineers.

    Jim Stone's key point is that if the military could continue tracking it, but civilian radar couldn't, then this indicates that someone with radar masking technology such as on an advanced AWACS plane was "disappearing" the jetliner.

    Here are some articles reporting that the Malaysian military was able, or might have been able, to continue tracking this flight, past the point that it disappeared from civilian radar.

    http://www.cbsnews.com/news/malaysia...stery-deepens/
    Malaysian authorities have since said that air defense radar picked up traces of what might have been the plane turning back and flying until it reached the Strait of Malacca, a busy shipping lane west of the narrow nation some 250 miles from the plane's last known coordinates.
    http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/...34493039575268

    KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia—A series of false leads and confusion over exactly when Malaysia's radar tracking systems lost contact with Flight 370 are raising questions about the country's handling of the investigation as the search for the missing plane capped its fifth day with few new details.

    Malaysia's air force chief said Wednesday that military radar had tracked an unidentified object over the Strait of Malacca early Saturday morning, but couldn't confirm whether it was the plane.

    Gen. Rodzali Daud said the object was detected by a military radar facility and flying westward, subsequent to the last known civilian contact with Flight 370. "We did not scramble fighters because we knew it came from civilian air space," he said. "There is a lot of traffic there and the radar controllers knew it was coming from civilian airspace."
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...e-reveals.html
    The air force chief said he had merely repeated that military radar tracking suggested the plane might have turned back.

    However, despite his denial, the search has been extended westwards and a senior military officer that the aircraft had made a detour to the west after communications with civilian authorities ended.

    'It changed course after Kota Bharu and took a lower altitude. It made it into the Malacca Strait,' the officer said.
    http://www.cbsnews.com/news/malaysia...hanged-course/
    But local newspaper Berita Harian quoted Malaysia's air force chief, Gen. Rodzali Daud, as saying that radar at a military base had tracked the jet as it changed its course, with the final signal at 2:40 a.m. showing the plane to be near Pulau Perak at the northern approach to the Strait of Malacca, a busy waterway that separates the western coast of Malaysia and Indonesia's Sumatra island. It was flying slightly lower, at around 29,528 feet, he said.
    http://www.nytimes.com/2014/03/13/wo...hpw&rref=world
    SEPANG, Malaysia — After four days of reticence and evasive answers, the Malaysian military acknowledged on Wednesday that it had recorded, but initially ignored, radar signals that could have prompted a mission to intercept and track a missing jetliner — data that vastly expands the area where the plane might have traveled.

    Radar signals from the location where the missing aircraft, Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, was last contacted by ground controllers suggested that the plane may have turned away from its northeastward course toward Beijing, officials said. Military radar then detected an unidentified aircraft at several points, apparently headed west across the Malaysian peninsula and out into the Indian Ocean, the head of the country’s air force told reporters. The last detected location was hundreds of miles to the west of where search and rescue efforts were initially focused.

    The military took no immediate action on Saturday to investigate the unidentified blips, whose path appeared to take the aircraft near the heavily populated island of Penang, and only later realized the significance of the radar readings. The search area was then expanded to take in waters west of the peninsula as well as east — encompassing almost 27,000 square nautical miles, an area bigger than South Carolina — but officials did not give a full explanation for the move.

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    Default Re: What if the missing air plane is found with all passengers safe and a story to tell?

    The black box may not be "off", just out of range. Max range is less than 3 miles.

    As usual, we are being lied to for "our own good". I'd hazard a guess that if the plane did suddenly appear, it would crash as expected (rolling eyes).

    I absolutely hate being lied to, even if it is for my own good.

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    Default Re: What if the missing air plane is found with all passengers safe and a story to tell?

    Very interesting comments from iON about this incident. It starts around the 10 minute mark and goes for about 3 1/2 minutes.

    Apparently there was a dude on board who wasn't supposed to be....an IBM executive from Texas.

    http://audio.achieveradio.com/media2...0---PAYDAY.mp3

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    Default Re: What if the missing air plane is found with all passengers safe and a story to tell?

    Quote Posted by Snookie (here)
    Apparently there was a dude on board who wasn't supposed to be....an IBM executive from Texas.
    This is a misunderstanding:

    First, there is Philip Wood, from IBM, who was on board and is still missing:


    Then, there is Greg Candelaria, who works in global technology services for IBM. He was scheduled to be on Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 but changed his plans:


    "Some would call this luck," he said. "I would absolutely consider it 100 percent the grace of God. Now, several days into this, it's still kind of a goose-bump freaky kind of thing." (source)

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    So that there was no dude on board who wasn't supposed to be. The truth is that there was one dude who was supposed to be on board but was not.

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