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Apparently the Malaysian military is reporting the plane did make a u-turn and crossed the Straits of Malacca before it disappeared. Also, they’ve identified the two Iranians onboard however interpol doesn’t believe they were mixed up into terrorism.

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  • http://www.envisionliberty.weebly.com/ Mike Leavitt

    Hmmm…. a u-turn with no communication and 2 Iranians on board? No, no terrorism here. Nothing to see… move on…

    • joyfulgiver

      hijacked? no other visible signs of the plane going down in a disasterous explosion. Anyone checked the airports of terrorist nations (Iran) for an unidentified flying object aka Flight 370? Ok, so I read a lot, hahaha.

      • Rosalie

        I thought they saw oil slick and a door?

        • MaxineCA

          They tested the oil slick and it did not come from the plane. The door ended up being a moss covered bag of trash. At least that’s what I’ve read, and why both were dead ends.

          • Rosalie

            Thanks.

  • Angermanagement

    They Could Have Lost Radio Contact Due To Mechanical Issues. Makes Sense. How do they suddenly know the plane turned around?

    • http://politicalknow.blogspot.com/ SheerPolitics

      Radar.

  • Gary Dickson

    Correct or refine anything I list here, but here’s what we know so far:
    1. So far, no sign of any debris on water that is connected with the plane.
    2. The plane sent no distress signal.
    3. So far, no transmission from the black-box recorder during “over-water” searches.
    4. Reports of people still being able to ring the cell-phones of their relatives that were on the plane, but with no answer.
    5. The plane made a change of course – a u-turn – towards land.
    6. The plane suddenly “disappeared” from the world of “scanning” (e.g., radar).
    7. So far, no reports of an airplane’s having exploded or crashed either over water or over land.
    8. So, far, no satellite images of an explosion in the area, in the air or on ground.

    My conclusion, for what it’s worth, is that someone directed the plane to make a safe but radio-quiet landing somewhere in northern Malaysia or southern Thailand.

    Here’s an excellent log of reports and events (hat-tip Drudge Reports):
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/malaysia/10687223/Malaysia-Airlines-MH370-plane-crash-live.html

    Update: Added point 8 per comment below by MaxineCA. (Thanks, Maxine!)

    • http://www.scifihistory.net/ E. Lee Zimmerman

      I think you’ve hit all of the key points that I’ve read, yes. I did read somewhere earlier this morning that there was evidence that the pilots had turned off a second radio transponder, but after some searching I can’t seem to find the original article.

      As to the nature of the cell-phone matter (I’m not an expert in the slightest), my understanding is that the ringing isn’t necessarily indicative of anything except for the fact that a cell tower was able to reach the phone via signal. If the plane went down — for argument’s sake — then that could still be the case so long as the phones survived intact. However, there was also some report from a family member that they were seeing one of the passengers “online” (again, that may not necessarily indicate anything major).

      It’s all grown more than a bit weird.

    • MaxineCA

      Maybe add the satellite images reviewed, so far, for the area at the time show no explosion.

      I agree with your conclusion. But who knows where it landed or what happened to the passengers. If it landed safely somewhere, than it can also take off from there. Hopefully, we’ll find the darned plan before it crashes into a heavily populated building.

    • tinlizzieowner

      I tend to agree with you but you don’t just land a 777 anyplace. If it’s on the ground, in tact, it’s a mighty big ‘target’ to hide. Somebody big over there is covering up something?

      • Gary Dickson

        You’re not kidding the 777 is a big plane. It also needs a runway that’s long enough and strong enough to accommodate its landing.

        • tinlizzieowner

          Not to mention. a ‘misdirected’ search for 2 days before the local military says the plane was on their radar (but nobody else’s)? We’re not talking about Doolittle’s Raiders here, you don’t fly a 777, 60 feet off the water like a B-25. This plane is ‘down’ somewhere and there has been at least 2 days to deliberately cover it’s tracks. ;-) ;-)
          This whole story smells.

  • sDee

    Airliner flying from a 62% muslim country, to the largest communist regime on the planet. What could go wrong?

  • Crassus

    I’m waiting for Tingles Matthews to get on MSNBC and blame it all on Sarah Palin. Or maybe Ted Cruz.

    • MaxineCA

      Or, it’s Bush’s fault.

    • GWShrub

      Would you let us all know if he does, basically because I can’t stand to watch the guy so I’ll have to hear about it here.

    • Dr. Strangelove

      Koch brothers. Gotta be the Koch brothers.

  • tinlizzieowner

    The whole place over there is a den of crime and ‘black market’ scandal. They are all in ‘CYA’ mode. This story has more ‘holes’ in it than a piece of Swiss Cheese.

    • sDee

      like the plane from South America to France a few years ago. Just fell out of the air. Lots of conflicting reports.

    • AndrewDrive

      The Malayan Airlines and the government are providing a lot less information than they possess as to what happened to the flight. I guess that China knows.

      • tinlizzieowner

        I’ll bet a lot of people over there know a lot more than they are saying. ;-) ;-)

  • GSR

    Anyone care to wager it’ll involve Moooslims?

    • tinlizzieowner

      It’s Malaysia Airlines, it already does. ;-)
      The only thing left to determine is how many more and to what extent.

  • James Brown

    As I understand it, the 777 is one of the few passenger aircraft that has, thus far, been approved to allow passengers internet connections for their devices while in flight. I saw an FAA report from a couple years ago, 2011 or 2012, that warned Boeing that the software architecture changes to allow passenger internet connections made it possible that a passenger could hack the jets flight control software and theoretically take control of the aircraft. It stems from the fact, according to the report, that the flight control software would no longer be completely isolated from the passenger entertainment system software thus allowing a hacker aboard the aircraft a path to all the other software systems. Not saying this is what happened but remember a few years ago when one of our drones crashed in Iran; there were many in the Intelligence Community – mainly Military Intelligence types – that did not believe the official report’s conclusion that the Iranians had shot it down. I have heard from many people, mainly NSGA folks, that they believed the Iranians had hacked the drone through its comm-links and actually took control of it and tried to land it at an Iranian airfield but crashed it by mistake. Don’t know if it is true since I’ve never seen any raw data to back it up but if so, it might lend credence to the latest theory of a passenger(s) hacking the flight control system of the missing aircraft. Also if the aircraft crashed in either Northern Malaysia or somewhere across the Malacca Strait in Northern Sumatra (Indonesia), the jungle canopy in those places might hide the land based indications that would normally be visible after the crash of an aircraft the size of a 777.

  • Kelly60

    With all the cell phones in use these days…don’t a lot of them have tracking mechanisms on them? Can’t they track them that way? Seems simple enough, maybe I’m missing something. Don’t track the plane, track the people ON the plane.

    • Dr. Strangelove

      Now that you mention it. I heard something on FOX last night. Shep said that the cell phones were still receiving texts, but I went to bed before I heard any more. But if there are no cell towers out there, how are they getting them ? Hmmm, raises more questions than it answers.

  • Chester Simms

    Putting my conspiracy theory hat on; there’s no evidence for this, but a gut reaction: The Chinese have something to do with this.

    Some space age vaporizer technology that they decided to test. Remember Commies will always put people’s welfare last of all.

  • jrt

    lot of good speculation here but don’t forget the powers that be live to distract attention with stories. Keep your eyes on the prize

  • badbadlibs

    If it was a hijacking, wouldn’t some terrorist group claim responsibility?
    I was listening to a 777 pilot who flies the China Sea and he said you wouldn’t necessarily be able to pick up the “pings” if the searchers were not very near by. It’s a mystery for sure, how can an entire 777 disappear???

    • kong1967

      But if it crashed there would be thousands of particles either floating or on the ground. It made a u-turn and no distress signals were sent. To me it says hijack, but I’m just as confused as anyone else.

      • badbadlibs

        I heard one theory of the pilot being able to land it on the water like the pilot did in D.C. and it sank, whole before the shoots opened.
        Who knows at this point, it’s really a stunning disappearance.

        • kong1967

          I don’t believe that theory because there were no distress signals. The airplane itself sends signals when something is wrong, and there was nothing. Whatever it was, the airplane didn’t know anything was wrong, and neither did the pilots or they just didn’t report it…which would be not likely.

          Unsolved mysteries. I hope they solve it and I hope the people are alive. Maybe it got hijacked for something that was in cargo. Who knows.

          • badbadlibs

            The poor families. I have no clue about flying or airplanes or what they’re capable of, but of course you made sense with the distress signals.
            When things like this happen, I wonder if we’ll ever learn the truth.

            • kong1967

              I hope we learn soon.

    • factsobill

      What and who were on that plane to make it a target of hijacking for terrorist or criminal minds? The lack of any debris dispels any notion of a wreck or mid air explosion! The amount of fuel in it’s tanks would determine a maximum range of flight! As said before how many places there would be within that range, to set down a 777? What then are the end intentions of the Hijackers? Time well tell, with the exception of Judge Crater!

  • kong1967

    I’m beginning to think it was hijacked and the transponders were turned off. No report of a crash anywhere else, although it could happen over open waters and no one would know since the plane had already vanished long before.

    This is like reading Nancy Drew or Sherlock Holmes. Completely mystifying.

    • badbadlibs

      Wouldn’t it be kind of easy to pin point the places in the area that could be used to land a 777? You can’t land one just anywhere, right?
      I hope for the families they solve this mystery.

      • kong1967

        If it landed anywhere near the area where it disappeared. Then the question remains as to how it escaped radar. Flying real low altitude?

        This is like the Bermuda Triangle.

        • Clare

          The radar is like a light beam. If the plane was below the line of sight, then the radar can’t see the plane. The plane has gone vertically below the sight of the radar. The capabilities of radar do not allow it to see the thing.

          • kong1967

            Yes, that’s what I was getting at with “flying low altitude”. But the question remains as to why it would fly that low if it didn’t crash. That would be scary as heck flying that low if you were looking out the window.

            • Clare

              Not necessarily. The plane could have been flying at 5,000 feet and given the curvature of the earth, the radar could have missed it. But, sure, radar could be crappy in that area of the ocean.

              • kong1967

                Ah, that could be. Radar could miss it at 5,000 feet (because of drop-off)? I didn’t think of that. The further away the radar, the better the chance. Being 140 miles off the coast it’s pretty clear the radar (probably) wasn’t very close.

                • Clare

                  I see. Quite so.

    • Dr. Strangelove

      They’ve got the Lindburg baby. Trust me.

      • kong1967

        OMG. I’m still laughing.

        • Dr. Strangelove

          Slow news day. Might as well laugh, although it is a tragedy for those involved. This is one of those mysteries that really gets people’s attention. And imaginations.

          • kong1967

            Yes, and it bothers me not being able to figure it out.

  • NanNJ

    What if the plane is hig h Ja cked, and they are planning to use it as a miss le with W M D on Board??? 20 somethings talking about this, not my idea. Ugh.

    • badbadlibs

      hih h ja cked, is that code for something? ;-)

      • NanNJ

        oh shut up. it’s so it doesn’t get cut from appearing, brain trust.

        • badbadlibs

          Wow, get up on the wrong side today?
          I was asking an honest question, that’s why I added a smiley, but I guess you don’t know code either.
          P/S, it never occurred to me that the word hijacked wouldn’t get posted as it is thru out this thread.

          • Nukeman60

            NSA key words. When talking about Obama on the telephone, I never say Obama. I say post turtle instead.

            (oops, did I just let that slip. I hear the black ops helicopters even now).

            • Dr. Strangelove

              Anything posted here gets special attention. No need to use euphemisms, right NSA? You hear me?

              • factsobill

                Loud and clear! I’m sure! Judge Crater, where are you? Was that The Malaysian Triangle they flew into!? I pray for the passengers and their families! I sincerely believe we’ll see more of this aircraft in the future!

            • badbadlibs

              ;-)
              Yes, but do you spell it po s t tur tle….

              • Nukeman60

                Now that I’ve given it away, the NSA has probably tagged the word. So if I now spell it po s t tur tle they won’t notice.

                Or maybe it’s because I’ve been online too long and getting twitchy, lol.

                • badbadlibs

                  LOL.
                  Your goo se is cooked. ;-)

  • B-Funk

    It’s aliens, folks. ~_^

    • Dr. Strangelove

      My sources tell me Bigfoot got on the plane with a disguise and highjacked it.

      • B-Funk

        Probably to save the forests.

  • John Hornak

    Call Banacak..He’ll find it!

  • enoughlies

    Stuxnet…getting the scientist who planted the virus and his son out

  • stevemcfadden

    My guess is the plane has not crashed yet!

  • factsobill

    What’s a matter that last comment, too close to the truth for ya? Was it the 911.2.0 or the reference to China?

 
 
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