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pag di talaga nakita yan baka time slip
Ang importante dyan makita yung body ng plane.. Mababaliw ka talaga pag di mo makita at least yung wreckage (most especially kung relative ka ng mga passengers)...
Ang valid argument kasi at this point, walang kwenta ang lahat ng available technologies sa paghahanap ng nawawalang eroplano..
pwede kaya military mishap ito.. diba masyado active ang china sa pambubully nila sa parte na yan ng SCS/WPS?
ang lumalabas na balita kasi ngayon eh nag-disintegrate daw ang plane in the air..
surface-to-air missile are known to shred planes..
^pero kahit paano may debris pa rin yan like fragments ng eroplano, luggages and human body parts, 35000ft is not "outer space" enough para madisintegrate sa atmosphere yung debris unless anti-matter yung pinangtesting sa MAS plane..
teka... di kaya?
two top spies wants to call it quits but their handlers will only allow it if they are dead.
so ...... they staged a plane crash which will cover up their retirement. it is doubtful that the recovery team could fully account a complete body count because of the unpredictable conditions.
the Vietnamese calls the South China Sea as the EAST SEA. Filipinos calls the South China Sea as the West Philippine Sea.
Missile downed Malaysia Airlines jet? Follows near miss by North Korean rocket last week
By Aaron Klein
Posted on March 9, 2014 at 2:42 PM EST
TEL AVIV — Just eight days after a terrorist attack in the city of Kunming dubbed “China’s September 11th,” a Malaysia Airlines flight carrying mostly Chinese passengers disappeared over the South China Sea.
While the international probe is in its early stages and questions are being raised about the prospect of terrorism, investigators would be wise to thoroughly examine the possibility of a missile attack in light of recent information about the global proliferation of such projectiles capable of downing civilian airliners.
Further, China has issued a series of warnings about North Korean missiles, including one that crossed paths with a Chinese airliner carrying 220 people just last week.
On Friday, China complained to North Korea when one of its missiles came dangerously close to a civilian jet last Tuesday. The airplane had departed Tokyo’s Narita airport en route to the northeastern Chinese city of Shenyang.
One day earlier, South Korea’s defense ministry released a statement saying the Chinese civilian plane had “passed as the ballistic missile (from North Korea) was in the course of descending.”
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang told reporters, “On this issue, we have already contacted the North Korean side to convey our deep concern.”
“If any country is to hold training or exercises, it should take measures in accordance with international practice to ensure the safety of civil [facilities] in relevant airspace and maritime space,” said Qin.
Qin said the jet was flying over international waters at an altitude of 10,000 meters, or 32,800 feet.
“The rocket could have hit the plane on its way down,” he said. “North Korea had not given any warning. It was an unexpected and immoral act that goes against international norms.”
One week earlier, North Korea reportedly test-fired two short range missiles into the sea.
The Malaysian Airlines flight reportedly lost contact with air traffic controllers some 2 hours after departing Kuala Lumpur, when the plane was about one third of the way into the trip.
Vietnamese searchers said they found possible aircraft debris, including part of a door, that could be from the missing flight. Those fragments were reportedly located about 65 miles south-southwest of Vietnam’s Tho Chu island. The distance from that area to North Korea is about 2,600 miles.
North Korean missile capabilities are said to include the Musadan missile, with a range of about 2,485 miles; the 4,000-mile range Taepodong-2; and a claimed long-range UNHA-3 missile. None of those missiles were reportedly tested in public.
In January, former CIA Director David Petraeus warned of a “nightmare” scenario in which the proliferation of missiles could provide terrorists the ability to shoot down passenger airplanes.
The largest terrorist looting of Man-Portable-Air-Defense-Systems, or MANPADS reportedly took place immediately after the U.S.-NATO military campaign that helped to end Moammar Gadhafi’s rule in Libya.
Gadhafi had hoarded Africa’s biggest known reserve of MANPADS, with his stock said to number between 15,000 and 20,000. Many of the missiles were stolen by militias fighting in Libya, including those backed by the U.S. their anti-Gadhafi efforts.
Last week there were unverified claims some MANPADS went missing in Ukraine.
Last April, the United Nations released a report revealing that weapons from Libya to extremists were proliferating at an “alarming rate,” fueling conflicts in Mali, Syria, Gaza and elsewhere.
Most MANPADS are designed to down a low-flying aircraft. Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, however, reportedly disappeared from radar while flying at cruising altitude in fine weather.
The details surrounding the fate of the Malaysia Airlines flight could take months or even years to fully emerge. While it is too early to jump to conclusions and the possibilities will evolve along with the investigation, some reports about the flight are technically consistent with a potential missile strike.
Reuters has exclusively quoted a senior source inside the probe saying they were narrowing the focus of the investigation to the possibility the aircraft disintegrated mid-flight.
Malaysia Airlines CEO Ahmad Jauhari Yahya told reporters the airline had no indication of any distress signal from the pilot, with CBS News reporting this suggested “that whatever happened to the plane occurred quickly and possibly catastrophically.
Other reports say radar tracking the flight indicated the pilot may have turned back from its path to Beijing before disappearing. It was unclear how quickly the airplane did an about face or why the pilot may have decided to reverse course.
Meanwhile, international intelligence agencies have joined the investigation amid news that two passengers boarded the jet using stolen passports, raising terrorism concerns.
‘Nightmare’ threat targets passenger aircraft
At a conference in Tel Aviv in January, Petraeus warned of a “nightmare” scenario in which missile proliferation could provide terrorists the capability to shoot down a civilian airliner.
Petraeus was speaking at the annual conference of the Institute for National Security Studies, a think-tank at Tel Aviv University.
He referred to a video posted on YouTube by the Sinai-based Ansar Jerusalem jihadist group, which claimed it had fired a surface-to-air missile at an Egyptian helicopter.
“I mean, shooting down a helicopter with an apparent shoulder-fired missile is a big deal,” Petraeus said.
“As you know, that was always our worst nightmare, that a civilian airliner would be shot down by one. Which is why we were so concerned when they moved around,” he said.
The MANPADS didn’t just move around. Thousands were looted when Gadhafi’s reserves were unprotected following the NATO campaign there in 2011.
At the time, CBS News reported the U.S. was unable to secure “thousands” of MANPADS.
CBS quoted a “well-placed source” divulging that hundreds of missiles were tracked going to the group Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb, AQIM, the al-Qaida franchise based in Algeria that is now considered to be one of the gravest threats to the U.S.
It's just gotten weirder.
Reports say the oil slick analysis is not jet fuel.
Floating yellow debris initially thought to be a raft, is not.
Where the hell is that plane?
Still, it is incomprehensible that not a single piece of non-metallic items that could float is found. They maybe scattered at a wide area but currents tend to "accumulate" them into floating streaks of debris. There has to be something that will show the plane and passengers existed! Nothing vanishes that way without any trace.Official: Malaysian Jet May Have Disintegrated.
A senior source involved in preliminary investigations in Malaysia said the failure to find any debris indicated the plane may have broken up mid-flight, which could disperse wreckage over a very wide area.
"The fact that we are unable to find any debris so far appears to indicate that the aircraft is likely to have disintegrated at around 35,000 feet," said the source.
Last edited by ArnoldZ; Mar 10, 2014 at 09:41 PM.
Could it be biblical? Or the plane might have entered another dimension?
teka, what if we looked west? hanggang san ba aabutin ng 7hrs of jetfuel kapag tinahak ang pa-west?
OBJECT RESEMBLING AIRCRAFT SPOTTED IN KELANTAN ON NIGHT MH370 WENT MISSING
Source LinkTwo individuals in Kelantan today claimed they saw an aircraft flying overhead in the early hours of Saturday around the time flight MH370 fell off the radar. In Ketereh, a businessman said he saw a bright light believed to be an aircraft at about 1.45am, descending towards the South China Sea. While a fisherman said he spotted an aircraft flying very low about 10 nautical miles off Kuala Besar, heading towards Thailand.
29-year-old Akif Fathi Abdul Hadi lodged a report on what he saw that night with the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency MMEA in Tok Bali, Pasir Puteh this morning. The businessman said he was in the compound of his home when he saw the bright white light similar to the ones used by airplanes during night flights. He also said the aircraft was moving towards the sea towards Bachok which was unusual as aircraft flying over the area would usually head towards the other direction.
Akif Fathi added he watched the light's movement for about five minutes, before realising that it was descending. The businessman said he lodged a report with the MMEA after consulting his family. Meanwhile fisherman Azid Ibrahim said it was common to see aircrafts flying over Kuala Besar which is one of his favourite fishing spots. However, a particular aircraft caught his attention that night because it was flying very low compared to others. The aircraft, he said was heading towards Thailand. Azid then lodged a police report on his friend's advise. The fisherman was met after bringing police officials to the fishing site where he spotted the aircraft. -
gosh! the latest news, wala pa rin talaga silang makitang trace!
even US spy satellite camera showed, there is no evidence of explosion that happened if it disentigrated in the mid-air! kaloka! maaring ito na ang sinasabing ALIEN invasion!
gosh! sana mahanap na ang reason kung bakit nangyari ito! nakakatakot na uli sumakay ng eroplano!
Last edited by shawsank; Mar 11, 2014 at 12:13 AM.
So the plane is still,
but seriously, just thinking about it always makes me creeped out. It just feels frightening for a modern plane and with the technology today. With this bizarre incident reminds me of "The Twilight Zone". I mean could it really be possible. Time slip? Alien Abduction?