Possible Debris From Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 Found

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30 Jul 2015, 1:17 pm

What do you think? Even if it isn't, it could still keep the theory that the plane landed somewhere with the passengers trying to get back to their homes.

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/07/30/world ... .html?_r=0


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30 Jul 2015, 2:19 pm

This story amazes me.
14.30 As long as MH370 and its 239 passengers and crew remained in this realm, they could be anything anyone wanted them to be. The lack of evidence opened up a gap which people rushed to fill with their hopes, fears, and obsessions. Not just the families of the victims, but also conspiracy theorists, both amateur and professional, who had a wild range of ideas about what really happened.
Some thought it had landed at the US air base on Diego Garcia as part of a CIA special operation. Some thought it had been hijacked and would return, bearing a stolen nuclear weapon, on the tenth anniversary of 9/11. Some even thought it was the same plane as the one shot down over Ukraine several months later. Some think it will one day turn up on the moon.
If the debris is confirmed as part of MH370 - and of course, it still might not be - many of those people will give up; the mystery is over, the possibilities are closed down, and the plane is back on Earth. But not all of them will. In fact, I think a pretty big proportion of them will refuse to accept it.
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Dr David Ferreira, an oceanographer at the University of Reading, said in an email to the Telegraph:

Even if MH370 is found, the conspiracy theories will never go away, writes Laurence Dodds:


The piece of aircraft debris found on Réunion is a long way away from the area where it is thought the plane crashed to the west of Australia. Due to the strong currents at work in the Indian Ocean, it is perfectly possible that it could have come from the search area.
To have reached Réunion from the main search area west of Australia, the piece of debris would have travelled around 3-4,000 km in the 16 months since the crash. This is on the fast side of the range of possibilities, but is still perfectly possible.
The Indian Ocean has two dominant currents – one to the south of the suspected crash zone, which travels west to east, and one to the north, which travels east to west. If the piece of suspected wreckage found on Réunion did come from MH370, it is possible that it could have initially floated north from the crash zone, before being caught in the strong current close the equator travelling west.

It starts off with some possible debris and finishes up in a whole lotta stuff like a mans suitcase and a tail propeller, even the main cause of reason was in there, a nuclear bomb.

Actually nothing really suppresses this type of mass murder any more than it does with 9/11 or the 7/7 bombings. That volcano is active though, so on another Island in another time, better get the hell outta there..and collect all traces of evidence.

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31 Jul 2015, 4:42 pm

Beachcombers are now helping with the investigation into the disapperance of MH 370.

http://www.nbcnews.com/storyline/missin ... et-n401486


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31 Jul 2015, 4:51 pm

Is likely a piece of the missing airliner?

Where else would a piece of a 777 come from, but from flight 370?

So it almost has to be a clue to the disappearing plane.

But I doubt any of the passengers are going to found alive. This is not the TV show "Lost". In real life no undiscovered unmapped magical island is going pop up in the ocean for the plane to land on.



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31 Jul 2015, 5:12 pm

naturalplastic wrote:
Is likely a piece of the missing airliner?

Where else would a piece of a 777 come from, but from flight 370?

So it almost has to be a clue to the disappearing plane.

It could be from another 777 that have crashed in the Indian Ocean, many have gone down since 777 have been made.


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01 Aug 2015, 1:21 am

xenocity wrote:
naturalplastic wrote:
Is likely a piece of the missing airliner?

Where else would a piece of a 777 come from, but from flight 370?

So it almost has to be a clue to the disappearing plane.

It could be from another 777 that have crashed in the Indian Ocean, many have gone down since 777 have been made.


Actually they say that MH370 is the only 777 downed in the region of the indian ocean.

If they discover a serial number they will probably know for sure but all it would really confirm is the heavy math used to determine that it stopped returning pings to the satellite while it was over the indian ocean.

Seriously - determining the probable source of a signal based on a single point of detection is Tricky Stuff, and while most governments have some ideas of how to do it (these techniques are used by submariners for example), the formulae are generally considered to be secret.

My ex-sub friend says he can't talk about the methods he used, anyway. And he expressed surprise that they were able to narrow the area as much as they did, and said there must be better methods than he was trained on.



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01 Aug 2015, 12:13 pm

xenocity wrote:
naturalplastic wrote:
Is likely a piece of the missing airliner?

Where else would a piece of a 777 come from, but from flight 370?

So it almost has to be a clue to the disappearing plane.

It could be from another 777 that have crashed in the Indian Ocean, many have gone down since 777 have been made.


You must be confusing the 777, first introduced in 1995, with another model. There have only been four crashes of 777s:

British Airways flight 38 (G-YMMM) landed short of the runway at Heathrow in 2008.
Asiana Airlines flight 214 (HL7742) a 777-200, had a tailstrike on a seawall at San Francisco International, resulting in a fiery crash on the runway.
Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 (the mystery flight) a 777-200 (9M-MRO) vanished, presumed down in the Southern or Indian Ocean.
Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 (9M-MRD) a 777-200ER shot down over the Ukraine during combat between Ukrainian and Russian backed separatist forces.

No other 777s have crashed, and none in the ocean.



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01 Aug 2015, 4:12 pm

AnonymousAnonymous wrote:
What do you think? Even if it isn't, it could still keep the theory that the plane landed somewhere with the passengers trying to get back to their homes.

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/07/30/world ... .html?_r=0


All I know and can interpret is Bin Laden's relatives getting on that flight and not getting off again, or of course it could be just another hoax like Osama living on a US military base for nearly eight years before anyone knew.



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01 Aug 2015, 6:25 pm

Moonshine wrote:
AnonymousAnonymous wrote:
What do you think? Even if it isn't, it could still keep the theory that the plane landed somewhere with the passengers trying to get back to their homes.

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/07/30/world ... .html?_r=0


All I know and can interpret is Bin Laden's relatives getting on that flight and not getting off again, or of course it could be just another hoax like Osama living on a US military base for nearly eight years before anyone knew.


I thought it was Osama receiving his dialysis treatments at the military hospital down the road from where we killed him.

Regardless, the bin Laden family is large, powerful, and actually sort of liberal and progressive. And americanized. They're tight with the saudi royalty, who are not just progressive and americanized but kinda corrupt.

Osama was the black sheep. Seriously. He was the one who gave up his cushy job as an architect for the family construction business to join the mujahidin and help run the soviets out of afghanistan. And then the first invasion of iraq was what radicalized him.

And yeah, his family didn't drop a dime on him for all those years. Would you drop a dime on your brother if you knew it would get him killed?



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02 Aug 2015, 3:39 pm

Even if it is not a piece of MH 370, the conspiracy theories {most of which are just BS} will still go strong.


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