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MH370 found on Google Maps, claims man

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A British tech sleuth believes he has found the wreckage of the missing MH370 plane on Google Maps.

Ian Wilson claims he has spotted the doomed jet, which vanished in 2014 with 239 people on board, lying in a high altitude area of the Cambodian jungle.

Full report: http://www.foxnews.com/world/2018/09/04/mh370-plane-spotted-in-cambodian-jungle-on-google-maps-man-claims.html

Cambodia dismisses reports of MH370 crashing in its jungle.
https://www.newkerala.com/news/read/42092/cambodia-dismisses-reports-of-mh370-crashing-in-its-jungle.html

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Timothy

Did the guy give coordinates? Or the specifics of the image he found on Google maps?

I couldn’t see anything like that in either article. 

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Eldorado
6 minutes ago, Timothy said:

Did the guy give coordinates? Or the specifics of the image he found on Google maps?

I couldn’t see anything like that in either article. 

Nope. At least not that I can find.  :(   All he has is a photo and his credentials as a "google maps tech" apparently.

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Timothy
1 minute ago, Eldorado said:

Nope. At least not that I can find.  :(   All he has is a photo and his credentials as a "google maps tech" apparently.

There are plenty of armchair investigators out there.

If he really cared, surely he’d screenshot and save all the image files, and then release the location/time/date etc. to be scrutinized by others. 

Cambodia isn’t the most honest country. 2016-now has been a bit rocky. For all we know, they could have people combing the area for debris.

Annoying!!!

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Astra.

Hmm!..I'm going to take this guys story / and or belief that he's found this plane with a grain of salt at this time.

One of the things that I'm dubious about, is the image of this particular air craft (on the google map) looks very well intact, except for only the gap between the tail and the rear end of the plane which may simply indicate blur. 

Hasn't it already been confirmed that one of the flaperons from the missing plane was found on a beach on Reunion Island.. including other pieces of possible debris which had been found on the African coast line and islands in the Indian Ocean ?..

Since he had mentioned that he is going to the area to locate this aircraft since believing he has found it...well, I hope we get to hear the follow up. 

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seanjo

Cambodia? The Cambodia that the Viet Nam air war spilled over into and that hideous murderer Pol Pot controlled?

 

I doubt very much it is the wreckage of 370 and it is irresponsible to say so without a proper investigation.

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Astra.
1 minute ago, seanjo said:

I doubt very much it is the wreckage of 370 and it is irresponsible to say so without a proper investigation.

Yes, as Timothy mentioned...there's plenty of 'armchair' investigators around.  

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seanjo

boeing-777-200er-asiana-airlines-3d-model-animated-rigged-max-obj-3ds-lwo-lw-lws-hrc-xsi-dxf (1).jpg

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Timothy

Yeah @Astra.,  French investigators confirmed that the flaperon was indeed from MH370. 

An incomplete serial number was enough to identify that the flaperon was from the aircraft. 

Same type of aircraft, and enough identifying digits to offer confirmation. Also, that no other similar aircraft had reported that they had lost the specific flaperon. Severe turbulence could cause the flaperon to dislodge. But it’s not critical for landing. 

So a budget airline could have suffered damage, although very unlikely that they would not report it. 

IMHO, the hull is at the bottom of the ocean somewhere. And it will be found with time. Whether that’s in our lifetime or the next.

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Timothy
9 minutes ago, seanjo said:

boeing-777-200er-asiana-airlines-3d-model-animated-rigged-max-obj-3ds-lwo-lw-lws-hrc-xsi-dxf (1).jpg

Yes,  but why do we not have access to where he found his images.

Not to be crude, but that image could represent a large phallic member being grasped from either side by a small statured person. 

An aircraft? Maybe. MH370? Give us the details and we will have a better idea.

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Timothy

Apologies for crudeness, in advance. But from the quality of the image presented, it could be this: 

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Space Commander Travis
1 hour ago, Eldorado said:

Nope. At least not that I can find.  :(   All he has is a photo and his credentials as a "google maps tech" apparently.

That's the beauty of Google and YouTube and all the resit of it., Anyone can call themselves an expert or a "google maps tech" because they stare at their computer for sixteen hours a day. No qualifications necessary in the wonderful democratic world of facebook and Twitter! 

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Space Commander Travis
51 minutes ago, seanjo said:

boeing-777-200er-asiana-airlines-3d-model-animated-rigged-max-obj-3ds-lwo-lw-lws-hrc-xsi-dxf (1).jpg

that's it? Do us a favour. And does he think that no one else, such as any of the investigators, has been able to notice this until he has? 

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Space Commander Travis

And has anyone told the idiot that if a plane came down in the freakin' jungle, where there are very few places where a Boeing 777 would be able to put down in one piece, it would be extremely unlikely to still look like a Boeing 777 afterwards? Bloody idiot.

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Astra.
1 minute ago, Vlad the Mighty said:

And has anyone told the idiot that if a plane came down in the freakin' jungle, where there are very few places where a Boeing 777 would be able to put down in one piece, it would be extremely unlikely to still look like a Boeing 777 afterwards? Bloody idiot.

Yes, it's ridiculous. It's far to intact going by the google image in the article.

There was also this bit that makes far more sense --

Images from Google Maps show the outline of a large plane –

which could simply be an aircraft flying below the satellite which photographed it.

 

 

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Space Commander Travis

Reminds me a lot of this video which I cam across just the other day, which claims (or quotes someone who claims) much the same, only this is at the bottom of the ocean: 

(ignore the obviously fake thumbnail.) 

 

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South Alabam

There are many cases where it turned out to be a passing aircraft caught by the satellite.

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acute
42 minutes ago, Vlad the Mighty said:

And has anyone told the idiot that if a plane came down in the freakin' jungle, where there are very few places where a Boeing 777 would be able to put down in one piece, it would be extremely unlikely to still look like a Boeing 777 afterwards?

Maybe it landed at a nearby airstrip, then taxied to a halt in the clearing. :P

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seanjo
2 hours ago, Timothy said:

Yes,  but why do we not have access to where he found his images.

Not to be crude, but that image could represent a large phallic member being grasped from either side by a small statured person. 

An aircraft? Maybe. MH370? Give us the details and we will have a better idea.

It's not MH 370 as has been pointed out by Timothy, wreckage has washed ashore and where it has washed ashore is consistent with the currents that come from the area they suspect it actually crashed/ditched.

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seanjo
1 hour ago, Vlad the Mighty said:

that's it? Do us a favour. And does he think that no one else, such as any of the investigators, has been able to notice this until he has? 

The rear of the google earth image looks like two engines to me, there are rear engined aircraft.

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Stiff

It reminded me a lot of that plane house in Oregon. Maybe someone has done similar in Cambodia, Doubtful though. As mentioned, there's no way a plane could 'land' pretty much intact in that type of terrain so I'd go with the 'pictured whilst flying' option.

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Stiff
4 minutes ago, Tamsen said:

https://www.google.dk/maps/@12.1826951,103.7620052,2005m/data=!3m1!1e3

 

I found this after a few minutes on Google Maps. Could it be passing - would a crashed plane look like this? I have no idea. Leaving this for the detectives :)

It could well be.

It looks like you have a damn good chance of being promoted to senior manager of "google maps tech" at the rate you found that. Good googling! :D

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Calibeliever
46 minutes ago, Tamsen said:

https://www.google.dk/maps/@12.1826951,103.7620052,2005m/data=!3m1!1e3

 

I found this after a few minutes on Google Maps. Could it be passing - would a crashed plane look like this? I have no idea. Leaving this for the detectives :)

Impossible to tell. It could also just be a plane flying over the area.

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