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Missing Malaysian Flight MH370: Possible breakthrough

vicky sen

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SYDNEY/KUALA LUMPUR: Search aircraft are investigating two objects floating in the southern Indian Ocean off Australia that could be debris from a Malaysian jetliner missing for 12 days with 239 people on board, officials said on Thursday.

Australian officials said the objects were spotted by satellite in one of the remotest parts of the globe, around 2,500km (1,500 miles) southwest of Perth in the vast oceans between Australia, southern Africa and Antarctica.

The larger of the objects measured up to 24 metres (78 ft), and appeared to be awash over water several thousand metres deep, they said.

"It's credible enough to divert the research to this area on the basis it provides a promising lead to what might be wreckage from the debris field," Royal Australian Air Force Air Commodore John McGarry told a news conference in Canberra.

No confirmed wreckage from Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 has been found since it vanished from air traffic control screens off Malaysia's east coast early on March 8, less than an hour after taking off from Kuala Lumpur for Beijing.

"I can confirm we have a new lead," Malaysian transport minister Hishammuddin Hussein told reporters in Kuala Lumpur, where the investigation into the missing airliner is based.

Another official in Malaysia said investigators were "hopeful but cautious" about the Australian discovery.

The fate of Flight MH370 has been baffling aviation experts for nearly two weeks.

Investigators believe that someone with detailed knowledge of both the Boeing 777-200ER and commercial aviation navigation switched off the plane's communications systems before diverting it thousands of miles off its scheduled course.

Exhaustive background checks of the passengers and crew aboard have not yielded anything that might explain why.

Missing Malaysian Flight MH370: Australia reports possible plane debris in Indian Ocean - The Times of India
 

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The sea in that region is more than twothousand meters deep. The US NAVY shot it down over that region and noone can ever reach those wreckage. They would see destruction marks of a Missile.
How about an alien spaceship gulped it down and took it to another planet so that they could study human behavior?? I prefer that...:undecided:
 

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The sea in that region is more than two thousand meters deep. The US NAVY shot it down over that region and no one can ever reach those wreckage. They would see destruction marks of a Missile.
Chines Navy was first in the area and then the americans arrive .
 

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What are you talking. The crash area was figured out 10 days after the crash. The Chinese navy arrived 10 days after the crash/shot down.
yes and American came after the Chinese as this has become a measuring contest between the two nations.
 

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According to you, US NAVY had 10 days to shoot that plane down and sail away from the region.

An Aegis Destroyer can reach a max speed of 35 mph. That would make 8400 Miles in 10 days.
 

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If it flew that far (and every indication is that the plane flew on for many hours), then it poses more questions than answers.

A The plane completely lost all communication and navigation and flew blind hoping to find land OR
B Deliberate mischief (pilot / highjackers etc)


According to you, US NAVY had 10 days to shoot that plane down and sail away from the region.
An Aegis Destroyer can reach a max speed of 35 mph. That would make 8400 Miles in 10 days.
Dude, if the plane was more than 3 hours away from Australia and out of fuel, it did not have to be shot down, not to mention what was the plane doing there in the first place...

Your retarded theories seem to originate from your hatred of the US. Its OK to hate the US, but is it worth going insane over?
 

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It can also be possible that US Navy has jammed it with Ewarfare and took over the control of the Autopilot. Modern Planes have Autopilots and US Military working together with companies like Boing. They can easily put some secret devices, for remote controle, into the plane.
 

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Did the pilot commit suicide ??
It's all very simple. During WW2 the pilot's father was taken aside by the US Army and brainwashed into creating a Manchurian Candidate with his son. Fast-forward to 2014 and here he is at the controls of an airliner. He, in a trance, flies the plane to a remote area of the Indian Ocean and crashes it. A well-scripted and long-planned out perfect crime.

You should see what is going to happen in the year 2132 (or is is 2133? hmm)
 

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