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Did MH370 crash thousands of miles away in the South China Sea ?


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This crash is startin to sound like Atlantis , someone will eventually have it pinned down to every sea in the world somewhere .
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I watched the Netflix doc last night. They don't actually show her findings very clearly and now I can see why. Its almost certainly pareidolia. I mean, the one with the graphic of the nose-cone floating upwards... How many plane crashed in water have resulted in a front end staying intact and floating nose-up out of the water? 

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I'm in general quite sceptical when it comes to amateurs sitting at home, viewing images, claiming that they have found all kinds of stuff. There are people being certain that they are seeing buildings on Venus and all kinds of artifical things on Mars for example.

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Hey @Emma_Acid how are you? Good seeing you back at it again

 

I was much involved in the original MH370 thread here years ago (2014). 

I am convinced it was terrorism and the authorities have decided to hide it for just that reason. Very sad ordeal. 

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It was related to that mysterious cargo loaded before take off. The captain probably rejected attempts made by Russians to detour the plane, resulting in his death. The hijackers were unable to fly the plane. Securities were disconnected initially since access to flight electronics was easy through the hatch existent nearest the cabin.

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MH 370 is proof that Murphy's Law is real.  All that tech and we still can't find it.  While I feel nothing but sympathy for the families who lost their loved ones, it is an amazing situation from a technical point of view.  I would also like to say that after Malaysian Airlines lot 2 planes in quick succession, the price of their tickets dropped a lot, and I just knew they were tripling down on safety and security so I saved a lot of money by flying with them at that time.

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We just watched this last night on Netflix.  Well, mostly I slept through a lot of it.

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On 3/14/2023 at 8:59 AM, Alchopwn said:

All that tech and we still can't find it.

Problem is that if the plane did crash on the water - it's broken in millions of tiny pieces with only few of larger parts maybe still recognizable, like engine turbine.

Now, to find those 'tiny pieces' in deep water without knowing exact location of crash...  It's close to impossible. Even larger parts. In shallower waters it's difficult task but to find it in ocean or open sea, it's impossible.

Technology ain't there jet and hardly will be in decades to come. Aside from building USS Voyager and using it's scanners i don't see how some crash sites will ever be found. And as time pass on, nature will find use for those parts that might have survived the crash - all sorts of shells and sea life - hiding it from any future search missions.

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The best alternative theory is put forward  by a society of aeronautical engineers. Their meeting about this is a video on YouTube. It's called "MH370: Was Air Traffic Control deliberately misled?" by The Royal Aeronautical Society. New here so I don't know what the rules are on posting links.

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I've gotta say, it concerns me that there seem to be too many CIA spooks muddying the water on this case.  Classic disinformation campaign imo.  I have a horrible feeling that MH 370 was accidentally downed by AWACS jamming its systems in the South China Sea, then the later tracking data was inserted to mislead the hunt, as were the alleged pieces of the aircraft found on Reunion, the coast of Mozambique and Madagascar etc.  That plane isn't supposed to be found, and the real scenario about what brought it down is likely a tragic military accident.

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If we start out with fresh minds, we must ask: How can ATC lose track of a wide-body jet in an air superhighway?? How the heck can this happen!?

If a much smaller Russian Mig came into Alaskan airspace, would US Air Force know about it?? Of course they would. 

I was skeptical from day one. 

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