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What happened to Malaysian flight 370?

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Re: What happened to Malaysian flight 370?

Post by yaka on Thu Mar 20, 2014 2:02 pm

latest on yahoo
http://news.yahoo.com/australia-says-satellites-spot-objects-possibly-malaysian-plane-035353090--sector.html

and seems that Professor of Oceanography name is a srilankan who is from aussi

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Re: What happened to Malaysian flight 370?

Post by Ethical Trader on Thu Mar 20, 2014 2:35 pm

BBC Sandeshaya
අතුරුදහන් වූ ගුවන් යානය ගැන ඕස්ට්‍රේලියාවෙන් හෝඩුවාවක්
අවසාන යාවත්කාලීන කිරීම : 2014 මාර්තු 20 බ්‍රහස්පතින්දා - 08:26 GMT

අතුරුදහන් වූ ගුවන් යානය සෙවීම

අතුරුදහන් වී ඇති මලයාසියානු ගුවන් යානයේ සුන්බුන් යැයි සැලකෙන කොටස් චන්ද්‍රිකා ඡයාරුප වලට හසුවී ඇතැයි ඔස්ට්‍රෙලියානු අගමැති ටෝනි ඇබට් පාර්ලිමේන්තුවට දන්වා සිටියේය.

කැන්බරා හි දී පාර්ලිමේන්තුව ඇමතු අගමතිවරයා කියා සිටියේ ක්වලාලම්පුර් සිට චීනයේ බෙයිජිං නගරය කරා ගමන් ගනිද්දී අතුරුදහන් වූ ගුවන් යානය පිළිබඳව තමන්ට විශ්වාසදායක තොරතරු ලැබී ඇති බවයි.

ගුවන් යානය අතුරුදහන් වීම පිළිබඳව මුලින්ම වාර්තා වුනේ මීට සති දෙකකට පෙරයි.

සමුද්‍ර ආරක්ෂක අධිකාරියේ ප්‍රකාශක ජෝන් යන්ග් කියා සිටියේ බටහිර ඕස්ට්‍රේලියානු වෙරළේ පර්ත් නගරයට කිලෝ මීටර් දෙදහස් පන්සීයක් නිරිත දිගින් හමු වී ඇති එක් කොටසක් දිගින් මීටර් විසි හතරක් පමණ වන බවයි.

සුන්බුන් සොයා ගැනීම දුෂ්කර බවත් සුන්බුන් අතුරුදහන් වූ යානයට අයත් නොවීමටත් ඉඩ තිබෙන බව ජෝන් යන්ග් වැඩි දුරටත් පැවසීය.

ඔස්ට්‍රේලියාව,නවසීලන්තය සහ ඇමරිකානු නැව් සහ ගුවන් යානා සුන්බුන් හමුවූ බව කියන ප්‍රදේශය කරා ලඟා වෙන බවයි වාර්තා වෙන්නේ.
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Re: What happened to Malaysian flight 370?

Post by Backstage on Thu Mar 20, 2014 8:39 pm

yaka wrote:latest on yahoo
http://news.yahoo.com/australia-says-satellites-spot-objects-possibly-malaysian-plane-035353090--sector.html

and seems that Professor of Oceanography name is a srilankan who is from aussi


He is the son of Dr. Pattiarachi the Geologist who has worked and partied all over the world, his paternal uncle was "the " Sarangi maestro SLBC, who learnt at Shanthineketan under the likes of Ustad Ali Akbar Khan, his maternal aunt is Sumithra Peiris ,wife of Lester James. Studied at Royal College, probably a few years senior to Chinwi. Heavy pedigree.
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Re: What happened to Malaysian flight 370?

Post by Ethical Trader on Fri Mar 21, 2014 7:45 am

යානය සෙවීමේ නව සෝදිසි මෙහෙයුම් අසාර්ථකයි
අවසාන යාවත්කාලීන කිරීම : 2014 මාර්තු 20 බ්‍රහස්පතින්දා - 17:41 GMT
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සති දෙකකට ආසන්න කාලයකට පෙර අතුරුදහන් වූ MH370 මැලේසියානු ගුවන් යානය සොයා ගැනීමට මෙතෙක් ගත් සියලු ප්‍රයත්න අසාර්ථක වී ඇත.

ඉන්දීය සාගරයේ දකුණු කලාපය නැව් සහ ගුවන් යානා යොදා ගනිමින් දැඩි පිරික්සුමකට ලක් කළත් යානය සම්බන්ධයෙන් කිසිදු ළකුණක් වත් දක්නට ලැබී නැති බවයි වාර්තා වන්නේ.

අද බ්‍රහස්පතින්දා පාර්ලිමේන්තුව අමතා කතා කළ ඔස්ට්‍රේලියානු අගමැති ටෝනි ඇබට් ,අතුරුදහන් යානයේ ‘වීමට ඉඩකඩ ඇති’ කොටස් කීපයක් චන්ද්‍රිකා ඡායාරූප වලට හසුව ඇති බවක් කියා තිබුණි.

එම ප්‍රකාශය කරමින් අගමැතිවරයා, ‘වීමට ඉඩකඩ ඇති’ යන වචන අවධාරණය කළ බවයි ඕස්ට්‍රේලියානු මාධ්‍ය මගින් වාර්තා කෙරුණේ.

චන්ද්‍රිකා ඡායාරූප වල දැක්වෙන ස්ථාන හසු කර ගැනීමට ඕස්ට්‍රේලියානු රාජකීය ගුවන් හමුදාවේ යානයක් අදාළ සෝදිසි ප්‍රදේශයේ ගවේෂණයක නිරත වූ නමුත් කිසිවක් සොයා ගැනීමට නොහැකි වූ බව නිලධාරීහු ප්‍රකාශ කළහ.

ඔස්ට්‍රේලියාව අතුරුදහන් වූ යානය සෙවීමේ මෙහෙයුම් පෙරට ගෙන යමින් සිටින්නේ, එම යානය පියාසර කරමින් තිබුන නියමිත දිශාවට සහමුලින්ම වෙනත් කලාපයක් වන ඉන්දියානු සාගරයේ දකුණු කලාපය ඔස්සේයි.

යානයේ සුන්බුන් විය හැකි බව පැවසෙන කොටස් පිළිබඳව ඕස්ට්‍රේලියානු ප්‍රවෘත්තිය පල වීමෙන් අනතුරුව චීනයේ බේජිං නගරයේ සිට තොරතුරු ගෙනෙමින් බීබීසී වාර්තාකාරිනී සෙලියා හට්න් කියා සිටියේ ගුවන් මගීන්ගේ ඥාතීන් එම පුවත විශ්වාස නොකරන බවයි.

එක් චීන ජාතිකයකු බීබීසී මාධ්‍යවේදිනියට කියා සිටියේ අතුරුදහන් ගුවන් යානයේ සිටි තම පුත්‍රයා තවමත් ජීවතුන් අතර සිටින බව තම විශ්වාසය වන බවයි.

මේ අතර මැලේසියාව ප්‍රකාශ කළේ ඕස්ට්‍රේලියානු චන්ද්‍රිකා ඡායාරූපවල දැක්වෙන සුංබුන් සිය MH370 යානයේ ඒවා විය නොහැකි බවයි.

අද බ්‍රහස්පතින්දා සිදු කෙරුණ සෝදිසි මෙහෙයුම් වලට කුණාටු සහ දැඩි වර්ෂාවෙන් බාධා එල්ල වූ බවක් ද වාර්තා වෙයි.

අදාළ මෙහෙයුම් සිකුරාදා යළි ආරම්භ කරන බවත් නිවේදනය කොට ඇත.
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Re: What happened to Malaysian flight 370?

Post by Ethical Trader on Fri Mar 21, 2014 9:55 am

Backstage wrote:
yaka wrote:latest on yahoo
http://news.yahoo.com/australia-says-satellites-spot-objects-possibly-malaysian-plane-035353090--sector.html

and seems that Professor of Oceanography name is a srilankan who is from aussi

He is the son of Dr. Pattiarachi the Geologist who has worked and partied all over the world, his paternal uncle was "the " Sarangi maestro SLBC, who learnt at Shanthineketan under the likes of Ustad Ali Akbar Khan, his maternal aunt is Sumithra Peiris ,wife of Lester James. Studied at Royal College, probably a few years senior to Chinwi. Heavy pedigree.
If I remember correct, Prof Pattiarachchi helped NARA to develop a satalite data (temparature + planktan content in the sea etc) based fish forcast. This helps deep sea fishermen to reach areas where fish is available in large quantities direct cutting their fuel costs & time. Our fishermen get this info for free from NARA when American companies charge Rs: 1 million per month.
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Re: What happened to Malaysian flight 370?

Post by Jana1 on Sat Mar 22, 2014 7:28 pm

The object identified by chinesh is 120 km away from Aussie findings... Seems sum consistent results...

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Re: What happened to Malaysian flight 370?

Post by yaka on Mon Mar 24, 2014 8:24 pm


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Re: What happened to Malaysian flight 370?

Post by chinwi on Mon Mar 24, 2014 10:50 pm

Most unfortunate. They thought going  China.
Rest in deep see near Antarctica.

I have never heard a plane disaster like this. After initial human intervention I think it traveled its own in a direct line.  Approx distance 7400 km.


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Re: What happened to Malaysian flight 370?

Post by First Guy on Tue Mar 25, 2014 6:56 am

probably crashed elsewhere and drifted away?
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Re: What happened to Malaysian flight 370?

Post by KDDND on Tue Mar 25, 2014 3:18 pm

Flight need to be upgraded with a program to automatically start communication/signal transmission in every 10 minutes with the manufacturer / the user, when it deviate 250km away from the set/scheduled route!

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Re: What happened to Malaysian flight 370?

Post by chinwi on Tue Mar 25, 2014 8:28 pm

KDDND wrote:Flight need to be upgraded with a program to automatically start communication/signal transmission in every 10 minutes with the manufacturer / the user, when it deviate 250km away from the set/scheduled route!


Even the 'blackbox' or Flight Data Recorder should be upgraded.

FDR was introduced in 1930s and further developed in 1940s and 50 s .

Unfortunately even today they have to dive 5 kms in Indian Ocean to get data recorded in 777 FDR.

Why can't they have safe data centers like we have for our servers and develop safe encryption and data links to transfer data from the aircraft. ?

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Re: What happened to Malaysian flight 370?

Post by කිත්සිරි ද සිල්වා on Tue Mar 25, 2014 8:46 pm

Yes, attach it with something that will become buoyant on contact with water (fresh and or salty) and start transmit a signal for at least 60 days.
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Re: What happened to Malaysian flight 370?

Post by yaka on Wed Mar 26, 2014 10:28 am

all the above I wonder why malaysian at once announced flight crashed to sea and no survivals. they hve no more info today than they did have in previous days. this so called calculation is using for the very first time and can be wrong. why they at once jumped to the decision.

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Post by rainmaker on Wed Mar 26, 2014 12:24 pm

yaka wrote:all the above I wonder why malaysian at once announced flight crashed to sea and no survivals. they hve no more info today than they did have in previous days. this so called calculation is using for the very first time and can be wrong. why they at once jumped to the decision.

http://www.nydailynews.com/autos/distraught-families-malaysia-mh370-victims-kicked-hotel-ferrari-formula-team-article-1.1732338

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Re: What happened to Malaysian flight 370?

Post by Ukboy on Thu Mar 27, 2014 12:16 am

In a way I feel sorry for the Malaysian government. Whats the chance of something happens like this?

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Re: What happened to Malaysian flight 370?

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Re: What happened to Malaysian flight 370?

Post by Ethical Trader on Sat Apr 05, 2014 2:21 pm

What Really Happened to Flight MA 370?
March 29, 2014

According to one report, the owners of a valuable patent
were aboard MA 370. If they died, the patent would belong to the company, Freescale Semiconductor, which is owned by Jacob Rothschild.

Latest! Philip Wood, an IBM executive and passenger on MA370 may have got a message out that the plane was hijacked as part of a CIA operation and taken to Diego Garcia. Watch this!

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Re: What happened to Malaysian flight 370?

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Watch this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q_VVSowdNB0
A passenger of the plain sends a message from Diago Gracia military base. IBM executives SMS
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Malaysia Airlines MH370: Reports Speculate that Missing Plane May Have Landed and Not Crashed

Post by Sriranga on Thu Apr 24, 2014 6:23 pm

By Divya Avasthy | IB Times – Wed, Apr 23, 2014

The mystery of the vanished Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 has taken a new twist with the international team probing the incident now considering the possibility that the plane may have landed rather than ended up in the Indian Ocean, according to various media reports.

International Investigation Team (IIT), it seems, have not gathered conclusive clues on what precisely may have happened to the flight, and are rethinking on how best to explain the disappearance of the jet.

This is because no debris has been found yet, and the underwater mission is 80% complete in the 10-km area around the locus of the 5 April pings, which according to the ocean search team had been the most promising lead.

Maritime experts have already warned that the pings detected in the ocean may not necessarily have originated from the airplane's black boxes.

Peter Herzig, Executive Director at Feomar Helmholt Centre for Oceanographic Research pointed out that the search area in the Indian Ocean is a noisy place where scores of planes and ships make rounds. Also, there is the possibility that the sounds may have come from other vessels passing in the vicinity at the time the pings were picked up.

Investigators are now considering other explanations to determine the fate of the missing Malaysia Airlines MH370, and have not dismissed the possibility of the plane having landed at an unknown location.

"The thought of it landing somewhere else is not impossible, as we have not found a single debris that could be linked to MH370... [but] the possibility of a specific country hiding the plane when more than 20 nations are searching for it, seems absurd," a source from IIT told the New Strait Times.

"We may have to regroup soon to look into this possibility if no positive results come back in the next few days... but at the same time, the search mission in the Indian Ocean must go on," the source said.

The possibility of the aircraft having crashed on some remote island in the ocean is also being explored.

However, the missing plane was carrying four emergency locater transmitters (ELTs) which transmit the aircraft's location to an emergency satellite in case of a crash or contact with water, the CNN reported.

Experts are puzzled over why the ELTs did not activate, and if they did, why the satellite had failed to pick up their signals.
When contacted Malaysia Airlines said it could not comment on "any questions that relate to information held by other authorities and/or fall under the jurisdiction of the ongoing investigation. ..."

The investigative team have also admitted that the earlier calculations derived from information provided by Inmarsat were not entirely reliable, because communication satellites cannot detect crucial details such as a plane's direction, altitude and speed.

"A communications satellite is meant for communication... the name is self-explanatory. The reason investigators were forced to adopt a new algorithm to calculate the last known location of MH370 was because there was no global positioning system following the aircraft as the transponder went off 45 minutes into the flight," one source noted.
https://uk.news.yahoo.com/malaysia-airlines-mh370-reports-speculate-missing-plane-may-101741851.html#aA8L3TH

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An Australian Exploration Company Says It May Have Found The Missing Plane In Area Where Nobody Is Looking

Post by Sriranga on Thu May 01, 2014 10:53 am

An Australian exploration company says it might have found the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 — and it's not in the Indian Ocean.

The company, GeoResonance, claims it has identified possible wreckage from a commercial airliner on the ocean floor in the Bay of Bengal, Australia's 7News reports.

The Bay of Bengal, marked on the map below, is about 3,100 miles from the circled area of the southern Indian Ocean where authorities have been looking for the missing plane.



The plane has been missing for about six weeks, and search teams have yet to find any wreckage. In March, Malaysian authorities said satellite data revealed the plane's last known location in a remote area of the Indian Ocean.

But GeoResonance claims it surveyed about 1.2 million square miles of the possible crash zone and identified "chemical elements and materials that make up a Boeing 777," a company official told 7News. GeoResonance apparently used images obtained from satellites and aircraft along with technology designed to find nuclear warheads and submarines to identify what it says is the wreckage of a plane.

This screenshot from 7News allegedly shows where the wreckage is:



The company thinks it is MH370 because the wreckage wasn't showing up on images from the same area from before the plane disappeared. GeoResonance told 7News it had sent a report about its findings to authorities on April 15.

A Malaysian aviation official told The Star newspaper that Malaysia was unaware of the report of GeoResonance's findings.

The agency that's running the search for the missing plane dismissed GeoResonance's findings, telling CNN: "The location specified by the GeoResonance report is not within the search arc derived from this data. The joint international team is satisfied that the final resting place of the missing aircraft is in the southerly portion of the search arc."

Malaysian authorities, however, are looking into GeoResonance's claims.

GeoResonance notes on its website that the company has "successfully applied [its] technology to locate submersed structures, ships and aircraft."

MH370 went missing on March 8 during a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. There were 239 people on board.

Check out the full report from 7News:



http://www.businessinsider.com/georesonance-says-it-found-the-missing-malaysia-plane-2014-4

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