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Re: What happened to Malaysian flight 370?

Post by Sriranga on Sat Mar 15, 2014 4:37 pm


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Re: What happened to Malaysian flight 370?

Post by First Guy on Sat Mar 15, 2014 10:12 pm

Looks like my theory is right after all Very Happy

There is something very big happening here only the top people know about.
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Re: What happened to Malaysian flight 370?

Post by Nuinth on Sat Mar 15, 2014 10:27 pm

According to the Malaysian PM's media brief, they suspect flight communication system deliberately disabled & now they focused their eye towards crew & passengers. Already they begun to search pilot's resident also.

As we discussed some thing behind the scene. Bloody thing will reveal very soon. Feel sorry for the innocent passengers.

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Re: What happened to Malaysian flight 370?

Post by yaka on Sat Mar 15, 2014 10:33 pm

without any distress call & exactly the point Malaysian ATC controller handing over to the Vietnam ATC , hard to believe without help from cockpit. and curiously captain is a certified air simulator examiner...hmmm

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Re: What happened to Malaysian flight 370?

Post by chinwi on Sun Mar 16, 2014 12:57 am

NOw see this:

"Malaysian PM, Najib Razak, today did his dramatic press conference, during which he told reporters new satellite data indicated that MH370 last made contact roughly seven hours after it vanished from civilian radar one week ago."

This means we have to edit our map and extend possible location further away from the circle we draw.
The cruising speed of B777-200ER is 900kmph.
900km/h x 7hrs = 6300 km.

ER means Extended Range . This aircraft is designed to go more distance than normal B777. It's max range is about 11,000 km with over 300 passengers and MH370 was not fully loaded.

If it was flying for 7 more hrs that means the plane -and the passengers- could be safely in a place like Madagascar, Somalia, Yemen , Kazakhstan or Iran at the moment.


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Re: What happened to Malaysian flight 370?

Post by yaka on Sun Mar 16, 2014 1:24 am

chinwi wrote:NOw see this:

"Malaysian PM, Najib Razak, today did his dramatic press conference, during which he told reporters new satellite data indicated that MH370 last made contact roughly seven hours after it vanished from civilian radar one week ago."

This means we have to edit our map and extend possible location further away from the circle we draw.

900km/h x 7hrs = 6300 km.
The cruising speed of B777-200ER is 900kmph.

ER means Extended Range . This aircraft is designed to go more distance than normal B777. It's max range is about 11,000 km with over 300 passengers and MH370 was not fully loaded.

If it was flying for 7 more hrs that means the plane -and the passengers- could be safely in a place like Madagascar, Somalia, Yemen , Kazakhstan or Iran at the moment.

ok but there are questions?

what's the intention of this?

If it's that there should be some group claiming the crime and demanding .but there is none.

how it's flown and landed without noticing by any RADAR or so developed technological other barriers (all the countries mentioned above are surrounded by many US bases.


after all if some1 landed this aircraft they have to either feed more than 230 people or kill them. again grey area how could any 1 on this earth stop 230 people at least couldn't give misscall to anyone...

and if this is landed somewhere would the same people can fly this aircraft again for any kind of terrorist activity. it'll need fuel/knowledge and some other things

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Re: What happened to Malaysian flight 370?

Post by Jana1 on Sun Mar 16, 2014 9:28 am

chinwi wrote:NOw see this:

"Malaysian PM, Najib Razak, today did his dramatic press conference, during which he told reporters new satellite data indicated that MH370 last made contact roughly seven hours after it vanished from civilian radar one week ago."

This means we have to edit our map and extend possible location further away from the circle we draw.
The cruising speed of B777-200ER is 900kmph.
900km/h x 7hrs = 6300 km.

ER means Extended Range . This aircraft is designed to go more distance than normal B777. It's max range is about 11,000 km with over 300 passengers and MH370 was not fully loaded.

If it was flying for 7 more hrs that means the plane -and the passengers- could be safely in a place like Madagascar, Somalia, Yemen , Kazakhstan or Iran at the moment.


Hai Chinwi,

Since the last known location was somewhere near indian ocean it has flown another 4.5-5 hrs- the information received at the earliest was right and consistent. becz when the malaysian radar took the signal off from near indian ocean it should have already flown about 3hrs. At the initial malaysian airways mentioned it had the fuel for one more hours from its intended travelling which is 8 hrs. So only 9 hrs fuel was there. At its last signal was received by satellites was 8.30 am (according to wall street), so it means, the travelling time would be 7-8 hrs since satellite signal transmitted per hour basis. So 5*900=4500 Km seems to be logical...

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Re: What happened to Malaysian flight 370?

Post by chinwi on Sun Mar 16, 2014 10:53 am


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Re: What happened to Malaysian flight 370?

Post by SHARK a.k.a TAH on Sun Mar 16, 2014 10:23 pm

i think this plane is hijacked ... our jotishya fellows saying nonsense on derana
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Re: What happened to Malaysian flight 370?

Post by SHARK a.k.a TAH on Sun Mar 16, 2014 10:26 pm

they are suspecting pilot and co pilot now....... damned with those idiots playing with innocent lives .....
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Re: What happened to Malaysian flight 370?

Post by SHARK a.k.a TAH on Sun Mar 16, 2014 10:29 pm

i think air transportation will come under more scrutiny after MH370 incident ..... you cant trust the pilots ....i though it was only our private bus drivers.... looks like both are same at the end Smile
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Re: What happened to Malaysian flight 370?

Post by SHARK a.k.a TAH on Sun Mar 16, 2014 10:37 pm

as per malasian authority it had only sufficient fuel to reach beijing so chinwi your extended range is not valid
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Re: What happened to Malaysian flight 370?

Post by chinwi on Mon Mar 17, 2014 12:50 am

TAH wrote:as per malasian authority it had only sufficient fuel to reach beijing so chinwi  your extended range is not valid

Understood.

I calculated it based on 7 hr given by Malaysian PM. They say they got a signal after 7 hrs.

Update:
Its last successful trip from KL to Beijing took 5 hrs 32 mins. They say it can travel 7 hrs max with spare fuel.

Now we have more detailed info. and some hope about the lives:

MH370 left KL at 12.43 (0043) midnight.
Last radar position 01.20 am before shut down of comms.
Last military radar sighting at 02.40 am. ( 2 hrs of flight)

Last ping from aircraft received by satellite at 08.11 am  i.e. 7.5 hrs after the departure !

If news lines are correct, now it is established that last sat ping was sent from aircraft at 8.11 am.
If so, the plane was intact after 7.5 hrs of flying.
If its max range was 6-7 hrs that means the plane should be on ground at 8.11.

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Post by Jana1 on Mon Mar 17, 2014 2:16 am

chinwi wrote:
TAH wrote:as per malasian authority it had only sufficient fuel to reach beijing so chinwi  your extended range is not valid

If its max range was 6-7 hrs that means the plane should be on ground at 8.11.

The satellite ping was received for each hours. Last ping was 8.11 am means 9.11 am ping wasn't recorded. So u add up another possible maximum of 1 hr and take 1.5 off which already spotted in the military radar. So maximum 7 flying hrs seems ideal radius for search. So 9.11 am ping was not transmitted since the flight could have either crashed or the battery run out of charge- in case plan landed safely. If pilot plan to crash in the water there is no necessary that is travelled to far end. It could have crashed nearby somewhere. Most likely the landing spot was targeted- could be unsucceeded too.

The below news read as "The satellite "pings" that were last read at 8.11am on Saturday – six hours after Malaysian military radar last detected the aircraft over the Malacca strait at 2.15am – could still have been transmitting data from the ground, if the plane were to have landed, said Malaysia's civil aviation chief, Abdul Rahman."

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/mar/16/flight-mh370-last-message-communications-disabled-malaysia

Apologies for my previous mis calculation of 4.5-5 hrs.


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Re: What happened to Malaysian flight 370?

Post by Jana1 on Mon Mar 17, 2014 5:48 am

In one of the paper article, the editor mentioned if blackbox recorder was manually switched off by pilot then there wouldn't be any possibility to find what had happened in the flight during its final moment. Is that possible? I thought that black box cannot be controlled by pilot.

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Re: What happened to Malaysian flight 370?

Post by serene on Mon Mar 17, 2014 9:54 am

[quotede="TAH"]i think this plane is hijacked ... our jotishya fellows saying nonsense on derana[/quote]
Pathetic situation still most ppl blindly follow them. Evil or Very Mad 
wht abt predicting stock market. We should appoint one. Wink 

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Re: What happened to Malaysian flight 370?

Post by cseinvestor on Mon Mar 17, 2014 12:15 pm

Which article said that ? What was turned off was the communication systems and transponders. Black box should be active but useless until recovered.

High time to rethink about Air plane real time tracking systems and the designing black boxes.


Jana1 wrote:In one of the paper article, the editor mentioned if blackbox recorder was manually switched off by pilot then there wouldn't be any possibility to find what had happened in the flight during its final moment. Is that possible? I thought that black box cannot be controlled by pilot.

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Re: What happened to Malaysian flight 370?

Post by Ukboy on Mon Mar 17, 2014 12:36 pm

Sri lankan government should deploy some naval ships & aircraft to join this search mission. Then the international community would consider that as a positive move.

All these little things help to build the image.

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Re: What happened to Malaysian flight 370?

Post by Backstage on Mon Mar 17, 2014 12:37 pm



The bottom line is that we have a sophisticated aircraft fresh off a safety inspection with no prior incident of malfunction, flying in good weather at a cruising altitude,” Rahman continued. “Why didn’t the pilot send a distress signal? Why aren’t we finding a debris path? What are we to make of the contradictory radar information? Where did the universe begin and can it be said to have a limit or an edge? What is mankind’s role in it? Is there a God? If so, what is God’s nature?”

“It’s too early to answer these questions right now, but I can assure you that Malaysia Airlines will get to the bottom of it,” Rahman added. “Our top people are on it right now.”
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