#1 Malaysian Authorities: Flight 370 'Ended in Southern Indian Ocean,' No Survivors by Frank Cannon 24.03.2014 12:33

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http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Peace/2014/...an-No-Survivors

So whats the over under that this story the Keystone Cops, otherwise known as the Malaysian Govt', is selling is total bullshit? They are basing all of this off a floating pallet and nothing else. They haven't even gotten to the site to visually inspect it yet.

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Malaysian authorities running the investigation have told the families of those on board Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 that the plane's flight "ended in the southern Indian Ocean" and investigators assume no survivors. The news comes after a series of reports of debris spotted in a region about 1,500 miles from western Australia.

Hishammuddin Hussein, Malaysia's acting transportation minister, said at a press conference Monday that the relatives of those on board were notified via text message that the search for the plane had reached a pivotal point and authorities believed "beyond a reasonable doubt" that the plane crashed into the Indian Ocean.

The message added, "We have to assume beyond reasonable doubt that MH370 has been lost and that none of those on board have survived. ... We must now accept all evidence suggests the plane went down in the southern Indian Ocean," according to ABC News.

The conclusion arises from the fact that the location "is a remote location, far from any possible landing sites." The message was read out loud at Monday's press conference, during which authorities also confirmed that none of the leads in the search were "definitive" but sufficient to conclude that the plane flew south and crashed in remote waters. According to CNN, Hishammuddin said that Australian authorities told the Malaysian government that items found on satellite could be retrieved from the ocean as early as Tuesday.

According to The Telegraph, the situation at Kuala Lumpur International Airport is chaotic as the families mourn their losses with "terrible screaming and wailing." The relationship between relatives of the passengers and Malaysian authorities has been tense; some relatives accused the government of being secretive and disorganized and threatened to go on a hunger strike if new information did not surface soon.

The new conclusions at the press conference follow several days of new reports of debris spotted in an area that is about a three hour flight from Perth, Australia. Both Australian and Chinese officials said their satellites picked up images of debris in that location, including a wooden pallet, which the plane would have had on board.

Reportedly, investigators had begun to focus on pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shah as the person who diverted the plane, though a motive for such a diversion remains unclear. As the plane's direction was reprogrammed from inside the cockpit and required extensive knowledge of the workings of a Boeing 777, authorities suggested that the pilot was the person most likely to be able to divert the plane.

#2 RE: Malaysian Authorities: Flight 370 'Ended in Southern Indian Ocean,' No Survivors by algernonpj 24.03.2014 12:47

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Quote: Frank Cannon wrote in post #1
http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Peace/2014/03/24/Malaysian-Authorities-Flight-370-Ended-In-Southern-Indian-Ocean-No-Survivors

So whats the over under that this story the Keystone Cops, otherwise known as the Malaysian Govt', is selling is total bullshit? They are basing all of this off a floating pallet and nothing else. They haven't even gotten to the site to visually inspect it yet.

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Malaysian authorities running the investigation have told the families of those on board Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 that the plane's flight "ended in the southern Indian Ocean" and investigators assume no survivors. The news comes after a series of reports of debris spotted in a region about 1,500 miles from western Australia.

Hishammuddin Hussein, Malaysia's acting transportation minister, said at a press conference Monday that the relatives of those on board were notified via text message that the search for the plane had reached a pivotal point and authorities believed "beyond a reasonable doubt" that the plane crashed into the Indian Ocean.

The message added, "We have to assume beyond reasonable doubt that MH370 has been lost and that none of those on board have survived. ... We must now accept all evidence suggests the plane went down in the southern Indian Ocean," according to ABC News.

The conclusion arises from the fact that the location "is a remote location, far from any possible landing sites." The message was read out loud at Monday's press conference, during which authorities also confirmed that none of the leads in the search were "definitive" but sufficient to conclude that the plane flew south and crashed in remote waters. According to CNN, Hishammuddin said that Australian authorities told the Malaysian government that items found on satellite could be retrieved from the ocean as early as Tuesday.

According to The Telegraph, the situation at Kuala Lumpur International Airport is chaotic as the families mourn their losses with "terrible screaming and wailing." The relationship between relatives of the passengers and Malaysian authorities has been tense; some relatives accused the government of being secretive and disorganized and threatened to go on a hunger strike if new information did not surface soon.

The new conclusions at the press conference follow several days of new reports of debris spotted in an area that is about a three hour flight from Perth, Australia. Both Australian and Chinese officials said their satellites picked up images of debris in that location, including a wooden pallet, which the plane would have had on board.

Reportedly, investigators had begun to focus on pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shah as the person who diverted the plane, though a motive for such a diversion remains unclear. As the plane's direction was reprogrammed from inside the cockpit and required extensive knowledge of the workings of a Boeing 777, authorities suggested that the pilot was the person most likely to be able to divert the plane.


hmmmm ......

"In Theory":

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The Malaysian leader said that he was briefed by Britain's Air Accident Investigations Branch on data from Inmarsat, ISAT.LN +0.56% the satellite company that had provided data that has led to a massive search for the aircraft. Analysis showed the Boeing BA +0.16% 777-200's last position was in the Indian Ocean west of the Australian city of Perth. (Follow the latest developments on Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.)
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The latest calculations were based on a new analysis of the satellite-operator's original data, relying on minute changes in the frequency of the electronic "pings"—or attempts to link up with satellites—received from the plane during its more than six-hour flight after dropping off radar, according to Tim Farrar, a satellite industry consultant.

Inmarsat was able to correlate two streams of data to form a more precise picture of where the Boeing 777 may have ended up, Mr. Farrar said. The initial data stream focused on the timing of the "pings" from the plane, he said, revealing distance from the satellite. The later stream focused on frequency changes involving the "Doppler effect," he said, revealing the plane's speed.
http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB10..._LEFTTopStories


No explanation as to why this new analysis wasn't done earlier !

#3 RE: Malaysian Authorities: Flight 370 'Ended in Southern Indian Ocean,' No Survivors by Frank Cannon 24.03.2014 12:51

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I forgot to add that I still believe the plane is on Fantasy Island and I am sticking with that. I was there a number of years ago. Norman Fell and I were running a strip club there using Charo as our headlining act. In the end the partnership dissolved because Norman took off with Charo to get married.

#4 RE: Malaysian Authorities: Flight 370 'Ended in Southern Indian Ocean,' No Survivors by ThirstyMan 24.03.2014 12:55

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Quote: Frank Cannon wrote in post #3





OMG, would like any fries with those?

#5 RE: Malaysian Authorities: Flight 370 'Ended in Southern Indian Ocean,' No Survivors by algernonpj 24.03.2014 12:57

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Quote: Frank Cannon wrote in post #3
I forgot to add that I still believe the plane is on Fantasy Island and I am sticking with that. I was there a number of years ago. Norman Fell and I were running a strip club there using Charo as our headlining act. In the end the partnership dissolved because Norman took off with Charo to get married.

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Makes as much sense as it took 16 days to get the satellite data and perform the analysis.

#6 RE: Malaysian Authorities: Flight 370 'Ended in Southern Indian Ocean,' No Survivors by Cincinnatus 24.03.2014 13:12

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I believe Frank's story about Fantasy Island, but nonetheless I am sticking with my Frank's garage theory until proven otherwise.

Cuchi-Cuchi

#7 RE: Malaysian Authorities: Flight 370 'Ended in Southern Indian Ocean,' No Survivors by Frank Cannon 24.03.2014 13:24

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#8 RE: Malaysian Authorities: Flight 370 'Ended in Southern Indian Ocean,' No Survivors by ThirstyMan 24.03.2014 14:03

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Quote: Frank Cannon wrote in post #7




That MAACO ad gets pretty funny around 3:45 and 4:17

[yeah I watched it that far]

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