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03-27-2014, 07:25 PM #1
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OK guys. I have spent many hours putting this together and it will make an interesting read.

Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 (MH370/MAS370) [a] (also marketed as China Southern Airlines Flight 748 (CZ748) through a codeshare) was a scheduled international passenger flight that disappeared on 8 March 2014 en route from Kuala Lumpur International Airport  to Beijing Capital International Airport. The aircraft, a Boeing 777-200ER, last made contact with air traffic control less than an hour after takeoff. Operated by Malaysia Airlines (MAS), the aircraft carried 12 crew members and 227 passengers from 15 nations and regions, the majority of passengers being Chinese citizens.



At 18:40 Malaysian Airlines MH370 disappears of radar. There was no distress call. It vanished during the few minutes that it would have to change from control of ATC (Air Traffic Control) Malaysia to ATC Vietnam.

It is reported from ATC Malaysia, that the Captain of the flight made his last contact with ATC Malaysia saying “all right, good night”. At this point it was expected he would contact ATC Vietnam as he would now be entering their “Airspace” and therefore under their responsibility. No contact was made to ATC Vietnam..

Shortly after another flight 30 minutes ahead of MH370 was asked to contact MH370 on an “Emergency” frequency and check whether the Pilot had checked in with ATC Vietnam. The pilot of that Aircraft reported that he tried to contact MH370 but that there was a lot of static and he only heard some mumbling from what he believed was the pilot of MH370. He said he heard nothing more and that it was not unusual. He also said that if MH370 was in trouble then he would have got a distress call but none was received.

ATC Vietnam tried to contact MH370 but without success.

MH370 is now listed as missing and a search is initiated.

March 8

2 Oil slicks are reported seen off the coast of Vietnam. Focus of search is now focused on those.

Malaysian Airlines reports that 2 passengers that boarded MH370 were using stolen passports and that they had purchased their tickets from the same outlet at the same time in Thailand.

Massive search for MH370 has begun.

March 9

Flight Radar 24 releases their data about MH370.

This data shows some strange things in the last few minutes prior to the plane vanishing. One noticeable thing is a plane that seems to shoot off at high speed.

The focus of the search is now being extended to include the west coast of Malaysia in the Malacca Strait. This is several hundred miles to the west and the opposite direction of the planes original flight path.

There are reports that radar signals may show the flight turning back.

Chinese state media is stating that a Chinese national reported on the “passenger manifest” never boarded the plane.

China state media releases a video showing relatives of missing passengers calling the cell phones and the phones ringing but no answer.

Malaysia launches “Terror Probe” into the disappearance of flight MH370 after reporting that they had narrowed down 4 suspected passengers.

The report of MH370 may have turned back is disputed by Malaysian Airlines CEO, who says if it had the plane would have set off alarm signals and there were no alarm signals received.

Malaysian airlines says that no signal being received from “emergency locator transmitter” that would have been automatically activated in the event of a crash.

Reports of possible debris being seen but later turn out to be a false lead.

Vietnamese search team claim to have spotted a door and an airplane tail 50 miles south west of Tho Chu island.

Conflicting reports of U.S or Vietnamese search finding debris.

Officials stating MH370 could have disintegrated in mid flight leaving no debris.

March 10

It is claimed that 5 passengers that checked in for flight MH370 never boarded and that their luggage was removed from the plane.

Reports of a yellow life raft seen but later proved false.

Search now focussing on the west coast of Malaysia in the Malacca strait. The opposite direction of the original flight path.

March 11

There are reports that the Facebook and Twitter accounts of some passengers are still showing as logged in. This can only happen if you have a device actively connected to those.

Malaysian Airlines called cell phones of crew members. Some are ringing but not answered. The phones can only ring if they are actively receiving a signal otherwise a message would state that you are being directed to voice mail or that the number is currently out of service area/not available.

Reports that “Black boxes” emit “Ultra Sonic” signals and that these signals can be detected underwater and from several hundred miles away. No signal has to date been received. They emit a signal automatically in the event of a crash.

Malaysian military states that it tracked the plane over the Malacca Strait 1 hour and 10 minutes after it had vanished from radar.

March 12

U.S says 20 employees of Texas Semiconductor firm on plane. Freescale.


The company is part of Blackstone.


This company has ties to Rothschild


Malaysian Military now states that it did not track MH370 over Strait of Malacca.

Photo of 2 Iranians who boarded the flight using stolen passports is released. The photo's are the most pathetic attempt at Photoshop ever seen and are laughed at from around the world for such.

Boeing states that a computer takeover is possible and could have been hacked from a remote location.

An oil rig worker is claimed to have seen the plane on fire and an e-mail claiming this circulates.

The last communication from the pilot of MH370 is released in which it states the pilot said “all right roger that” With no indication of anything wrong. This was minutes before the plane vanished. Later another report says that the last communication from the pilot was “ All right, good night”.

A request is made on the internet for people to help find the missing plane using Tomnod.

Claims of a body life jacket found in Strait of Malacca.

China claims satellite images may show the plane 150 miles from the last radar ping. Claims the image was taken on March 9. Claims the images show 3 pieces of debris over 40 feet long. One being 79 feet long.

March 13

The Satellite images provided by Chinese satellite are claimed to have been just 2 boats parked together. What happened to the 3rd item?

U.S says that the plane remained airborne for at least 4 hours after vanishing from radar. Claims that the plane flew at least 5 hours after vanishing from radar. This according to data periodically downloaded from the Rolls Royce engines and sent back to the ground as routine monitoring.

U.S “Counter Terrorism” are pursuing the theory that the plane was diverted with the intention of using it later for another purpose. This later is reported as false.

Officials later deny that report that the plane kept flying for hours.

Interpol looking into a 35 year old passenger trained in flight simulation.

White house says an additional search area to be opened up in Indian Ocean.

Reports plane sent signals to satellite for hours but Malaysian Airlines were not a subscriber to the service.

March 14

Reports that the data reporting system was shut down at 01:07 and the transponder was shut down at 01:21.

U.S Military says it believes the plane crashed in the Indian Ocean.

Reports that “Routine Automated Signals” were registered on UK Inmarsat network from MH370.

March 15

Police in Malaysia search the house of the flight Captain. Malaysian PM says they are refocussing on the crew and passengers.

Search in the South China Sea is officially called off.

Search now focussing on a north, south corridor of the Indian Ocean.

Reports that the Captain and his wife along with children moved out of the family home the day before the ill fated flight.

It is reported that the transponder was turned off before the final communication was made. If true, one has to ask, “why was the captain not asked about it?”

March 16

Reports of luggage floating in the Malacca Strait. It is claimed that an Oil tanker “Elka Athina” has been diverted to investigate. However on a check of marine traffic in the area it is seen that the Oil tanker is nowhere near the area and is in fact steaming the opposite direction.

March 17

Search is now being focussed in the Southern Indian Ocean. The most remote area of the planet.

An Iranian lawmaker says U.S kidnapped MH370 in a plot to undermine Iran's relations with China and S.E Asia.

March 18

From The New York Times.

Lost Jet’s Path Seen as Altered via Computer

WASHINGTON — The first turn to the west that diverted the missing Malaysia Airlines plane from its planned flight path from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing was carried out through a computer system that was most likely programmed by someone in the plane’s cockpit who was knowledgeable about airplane systems, according to senior American officials.

Instead of manually operating the plane’s controls, whoever altered Flight 370’s path typed seven or eight keystrokes into a computer on a knee-high pedestal between the captain and the first officer, according to officials. The Flight Management System, as the computer is known, directs the plane from point to point specified in the flight plan submitted before a flight. It is not clear whether the plane’s path was reprogrammed before or after it took off.

Reconstructing the Plane’s Path
The main communications systems of the Malaysia Airlines plane were turned off about 40 minutes into the flight, forcing investigators to try to piece together the plane’s location from other systems.

Secondary Radar and Text Updates
Air traffic controllers typically know a plane’s location based on what is called secondary radar, which requests information from the plane’s transponder. A plane also uses radio or satellite signals to send regular updates through Acars, the Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System. Both of those systems were turned off

Primary Radar
Two Malaysian military radar stations tracked a plane using primary radar, which sends out radio signals and listens for echoes that bounce off objects in the sky. Primary radar does not require a plane to have a working transponder.

Satellite Communications
If Acars updates are turned off, the plane still sends a “keep-alive” signal, that can be received by satellites. The signal does not indicate location, but it can help to narrow down the plane’s position. A satellite picked up four or five signals from the airliner, about one per hour, after it left the range of military radar.

Some inhabitants of The Maldives Island claim to have seen a low flying passenger plane, white with red stripes at 06:15 local time, flying low and crossing the islands in a westerly direction.

March 22

China releases satellite images of possible debris in the Southern Indian Ocean. This is claimed about the area where if MH370 was heading it would have run out of fuel and come down.

March 23

Australia now co-ordinating the search. Much emphasis is put to a wooden pallet having been found in the search of the area in the South Atlantic.

French satellite images show possible debris in same area.

March 24

A Chinese plane reports seeing suspicious objects in The Southern Indian Ocean.

Australian aircraft locates 2 objects in search area.

Malaysian PM and Malaysian Airlines state that flight MH370 crashed into the South Indian Ocean with no survivors.

March 26

Claims that more than a hundred of pieces of debris have been spotted in the South Indian Ocean. In the area currently being searched.

March 28

The search for flight MH370 Shifts to the North East.

The search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 has moved to a new part of the Indian Ocean due to a "credible lead", Australia says.

The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (Amsa) said the search would now focus on an area 1,100km north-east of the previous zone.

The move was based on more analysis of radar data that showed the plane was going faster, thus using more fuel.


Today another piece of debris is presented, this time seen and photographed from a search plane.


March 29

Chinese and Australian ships draw blank.

A Chinese and an Australian ship have failed to identify remains from the missing Malaysia Airlines flight after their first day in a new search area.

The two ships retrieved objects from the Indian Ocean but none was confirmed to be from missing flight MH370, Australia's maritime authority said.

Chinese aircraft also flew over the area, north-east of the previous zone, and have spotted more objects.

Chinese patrol ship Haixun 01 and Australia's HMAS Success "reported they have retrieved a number of objects from the ocean but so far no objects confirmed to be related to MH370 have been recovered", the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (Amsa) said late on Saturday.


This is probably the most extraordinary event in Aviation history and will no doubt go down in History as such.

From the very beginning there was claim and counter claim put forward all the while causing anxiety amongst the family and friend of the missing passengers.

The first thing to note in this relates to the radar tracking. Remember the plane literally just vanished from radar. The time of vanishing is also important as it was at the exact time that it would have left Malaysian ATC control and entered Vietnamese Air Space.

Judging by the claims and counter claims one can deduce that this was not planned methodically. Therefore it would seem that there was no time to plan and execute the plan in a totally convincing fashion.

So it would then seem that this was being played out in a haphazard way. TPTB were caught with their pants down on this one. They spun numerous lies from the start. Even trying to play the terrorist card as shown by the quick notification of 2 suspect Iranians using fake passports. One can only wonder what caused them to release those childishly Photoshopped images.

The claims of spotted Oil slicks the day after were a desperate attempt to buy some time.

Let's take the claim by The Malaysian Military that they tracked the plane on a westerly heading across the Mallaca Strait. My thinking is that this was probably true. Later they retracted that statement. A strange thing to do to say the least. But not so strange if they were under pressure by the U.S!
So let's take a moment to look at the claim “on a westerly heading across the Malacca Strait. Where could an airplane go and land safely in that direction? Well there is a U.S Air Force base in that direction. Diego Garcia. Interestingly this happens to be one of only 5 Air Bases that control the Aviation Radars. It houses some of the most sophisticated technologies on earth! Diago Garcia is also just south of The Maldives, remember those reported sightings of a passenger plane flying low over them?

Diago Garcia also fits in perfectly with the timing of the reported sightings from The Maldives and also with the amount of fuel on board.

Let's jump forward a bit now to the sightings of debris in the Southern Indian Ocean. It took over 2 weeks to spot this debris. Take a look at google maps for Diago garcia. Pan out a bit and look due south east and you will see th area of the supposed debris. Notice that there is nothing in between in the way of land. So if there was debris planted in the area then it could be done in total secrecy. Remember they have had over 2 weeks to set the stage here while the world was concentrating in other areas.

The B/S given that they have no idea what happened to the flight is just that B/S. There is technology that can track trucks in real time including info of when they are stopped and for how long. There is technology that is even capable of tracking whales as they cross the seas, but they want us to believe they could not track a Passenger jet?

On investigating the Flight Simulator found at the home of the Flight captain they found, amongst others, practice landings for Diago Garcia.

Now let's add another piece of information in here.

Ukraine's Gold reserves were secretly flown out the day before MH370 vanished.


Now I want to add this in here, thanks to Ocker for this post.


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03-27-2014, 07:46 PM #2
Shadow Incognito Anonymous
Clear, concise, supporting links, and rationale. Well done. beercheer.gif
03-27-2014, 07:49 PM #3
NODOOM Truthtard
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(03-27-2014, 07:46 PM)Shadow Wrote:  Clear, concise, supporting links, and rationale. Well done. beercheer.gif

Thank you. hug.gif

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03-27-2014, 08:36 PM #4
Shadow Incognito Anonymous
Can't be viewed without strato download or google log in. Damn.
03-27-2014, 08:38 PM #5
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Anyone able to give me a hosting that does not need login or registration?

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03-27-2014, 08:41 PM #6
Shadow Incognito Anonymous
I can but it's to my email account you sent it to and uh no chuckle.gif

OCTO!!! lmao.gif
03-27-2014, 08:42 PM #7
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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I'm just looking for reasonable explanations for some of the strangeness here.

1. Cell phones still ringing...

Quote:Any ringing the family members heard wasn’t replicated on the other end of the line. Instead, the ringing sound a cellphone makes in your ear is essentially a mask for the emptiness that would otherwise exist as the network looks for and attempts to reach the number you’ve dialed, he explained.


Condition of Boeing 777, model 200 plane before takeoff?

(Subsequent Malaysian plane had emergency landing due to generator problem! - Ineffectual repairs?)

Planned maintenance & voyage repair in Singapore to be next on the agenda (after Beijing), when It's last maintenance was 10 days earlier? What planned maintenance?

Cock pit fire? Hull loss? Age of plane = 12 years old (built in 2002).

Quote:The Boeing 777 is generally regarded by aviation experts as having an "almost flawless" safety record,[179] one of the best of any commercial aircraft.[180] Since its first commercial flight in June 1995, there have been only three other serious accidents involving hull-loss: British Airways Flight 38 in 2008; a cockpit fire in a parked Egyptair 777-200 at Cairo International Airport in 2011;[181][182] and Asiana Airlines Flight 214 in 2013, in which three people died.

Engine manfunction/loss of contact - timing?

Quote:Now Malaysia Airlines has told Sky News that the Roll-Royce engines stopped transmitting updates when the plane lost contact, according to its correspondent Mark Stone.


03-27-2014, 08:49 PM #8
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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(03-27-2014, 08:38 PM)NODOOM Wrote:  damned.gif

Anyone able to give me a hosting that does not need login or registration?

Why don't you copy/paste to your blog page?
03-27-2014, 09:30 PM #9
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(03-27-2014, 08:38 PM)NODOOM Wrote:  damned.gif

Anyone able to give me a hosting that does not need login or registration?

Sorry, we've been mega busy most of the day, We can do that if you're okay with it being under kbox.
For instance I could do kritterbox.com/whateveryouwanttocallit chuckle.gif Just let us know!


03-27-2014, 09:32 PM #10
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Yes, that would be fine. Thanks JR hug.gif

Would need to change the links in the first post.


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03-27-2014, 09:35 PM #11
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No probs! hug.gif cheers.gif We'll get on it ASAP!


03-27-2014, 09:44 PM #12
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03-27-2014, 10:50 PM #13
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Nice job N cheers.gif
03-27-2014, 11:22 PM #14
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Thanks Octo. It was a lot of work but I enjoyed the task.


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03-28-2014, 12:06 AM #15
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Good job Nodoom.

It is a chore to be a librarian of sorts with keeping tabs, but it is important so information does not get lost.

Also for those who do not keep up on the day by day for easy reference.


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