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කිත්සිරි ද සිල්වා wrote:If the Transponders are switched off (or gone off), the aircraft will not be able to identify easily but it will not totally disappear from the Radar screen.

The moving blip will be visible (on both civilian as well as military) Radar screens.

Let alone the civilian Radars, who were watching the screens from military side with an unidentified blip on their screen and why alerts never went up.

More questions than answers. Very Happy

True, hence the many interesting theories. Laughing

Sadly the official response has been more political than professional, and I get the feeling that much of what is known is being suppressed.  Twisted Evil
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What do you think?

Do you want all the confidential details on a platter?
There are politics in Government, Business, Home and Religous set ups and even on the street.

One should know politics to survive. I specialise in Business Politics (Also termed Management)

Best thing to do is assume a theory and work on it till it is proven true or false.

Then register the theory and sell the Business Secret for a price.

Hope this diversion will suffice to help you along the way!

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Hybrid wrote:What do you think?

Do you want all the confidential details on a platter?
There are politics in Government, Business, Home and Religous set ups and even on the street.

One should know politics to survive. I specialise in Business Politics (Also termed Management)

Best thing to do is assume a theory and work on it till it is proven true or false.

Then register the theory and sell the Business Secret for a price.

Hope this diversion will suffice to help you along the way!


Thanks Hybrid, interesting point of view, and no doubt true in many contexts. However in air crash investigation the investigators are supposed to be free of political interference unless matters of national security arise, which with civil aviation is a very rare occurance.

Did you notice that with the German Wings crash most of the statements were read by investigators, whereas with MH370 they were read by politicians, and when the specialists were brought on it seemed that they were just reading statements that were written for them, under the watchful eye of the aviation minister or the MAS chairman.

By the way I worked all my life in aviation and have been involved in a few investigations, which is why I try to stay away from forming theories on MH370. I only hope that people are working with what they know about MH370 to make aviation safer; they owe it to the 289 lives that were lost.
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Wow, three aviation experts in the forum.
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Yes! SRI Lanka is also proud of its HIGH FLYERS.

So glad to know you are in High tech and aviation.
Please bear with us as we are scared to climb higher than our own height. 

So many deaths is a shame on safety and protection of passengers. terrorism and mental health is a challenge for all types of organisations, especially where mass destruction could take place.

So that brings us again to Politics and the 19 and 20A amendments. Should one man be responsible for the lives of 20 Million?
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Hybrid wrote:Yes! SRI Lanka is also proud of its HIGH FLYERS.

So glad to know you are in High tech and aviation.
Please bear with us as we are scared to climb higher than our own height. 

So many deaths is a shame on safety and protection of passengers. terrorism and mental health is a challenge for all types of organisations, especially where mass destruction could take place.

So that brings us again to Politics and the 19 and 20A amendments. Should one man be responsible for the lives of 20 Million?

No worries, and thanks for the high praise. I'm enjoying staying at my own height these days - less turbulance Laughing

Yes, even one un-natural death is one too many, but the aviation industry does go to great lengths to make flying as safe as it is today, despite all the bad press it recieves.

As for the political question, what worries me most is that even a person with no basic educational qualification could one day be controlling our lives! Sad
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Sadly, that is the irony of Democracy.
Some necessary evil.
StopLoss wrote:As for the political question, what worries me most is that even a person with no basic educational qualification could one day be controlling our lives! Sad

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මගීන් සමග අතුරුදහන් වූ මැලේසියානු යානය මැඩගස්කර මුහුදේ ? (PHOTOS)
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ලෝකය පුරාම ආන්දොලනාත්මක මතවාදයන්ට තුඩු දුන් මැලේසියානු MH 370 ගුවන් යානයට සමාන කොටස් බවට හඳුනාගත හැකි ගුවන් යානා කොටස් කිහිපයක් දකුණු ඉන්දීය සාගරයේ තිබී හමු වී තිබෙනවා.

බොයිං 777 වර්ගයේ ගුවන් යානයක පියාපත් බවට බැලූ බැල්මට හඳුනාගත හැකි මෙම කොටස් මීටර් 2 ක් පමණ දිගකින් යුත්තයි.

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මෙම පුවත වාර්තාවීමත් සමග මැලේසියානු රජයේ බලධාරීන් ඇතුළු රටවල් ගණනාවක් මේ පිළිබඳව පරීක්ෂණ ඇරඹීමට උනන්දුවෙන් සිටින බව වාර්තා වෙනවා.

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Malaysia urges caution on Reunion debris find

Malaysia has said that it would be "premature" to speculate on whether debris washed up on the Indian Ocean island of Reunion comes from the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370.

A two-metre long piece of wreckage was found on Wednesday.

Malaysia's Deputy Transport Minister, Abdul Aziz Kaprawi, said it was "almost certain" that the wreckage was from a Boeing 777 aircraft.

MH370 is the only Boeing 777 to have disappeared over an ocean.


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Saint-Denis, Reunion Island (CNN)When investigators get an in-person view of a wing component that likely came from a Boeing 777, they'll be looking for not only a serial number but clues as to why the part broke off the Boeing 777.

One group of independent observers said Thursday that the damage to the component -- a right wing flaperon -- should give authorities a good indication that the piece came off while the plane was still in the air.

The group, led by American Mobile Satellite Corp. co-founder Mike Exner, points to the small amount of damage to the front of the flaperon and the ragged horizontal tear across the back.

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Malaysia confirms plane debris is from Flight MH370

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak confirmed on early on Thursday that a Boeing 777 wing segment discovered in the Indian Ocean island of Reunion is from the missing Flight MH370, the first real breakthrough in the search for the plane that disappeared 17 months ago.

"The international team of experts have conclusively confirmed that the aircraft debris found on Reunion Island is indeed from MH370," Najib said in a televised statement.


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Well at least there's some degree of closure now, which is a relief. Of course it also means that the talking heads on CNN will be busy for another three months with all those entertaining theories! Laughing
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The flaperon may have come off the fitting much later (after the disappearance) due to sea currents and later washed ashore than on impact on water.
There is a very likely possibility that the intact aircraft is laying somewhere waiting to be discovered.
Who and why I have no idea but it is likely that someone ditched the aircraft on purpose and took all of them into a watery grave in few seconds.

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China to contribute A$20 million to MH370 search -government

China will contribute A$20 million ($14.5 million) to the hunt for missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370, the government reported on its website, the latest expansion of one of the costliest search missions in aviation history.

Chinese premier Li Keqiang made the announcement at a summit of Asia-Pacific leaders on Saturday during a meeting with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, the statement said.

"The Chinese side taking this action is in line with greatest respect for human beings," Li said. "We hope that Malaysia and Australia will continue the work of search and rescue and maintain productive communication with China."

Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 disappeared in March last year en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 passengers and crew on board.

The search for the plane has involved more than two dozen countries contributing planes, ships, submarines and satellites.

Leaders from China, whose citizens made up about two-thirds of those on the plane, have repeatedly said they will spare no effort in the search.

An initial A$120 million hunt along a rugged 60,000-sq km (23,000 sq miles) patch of sea floor off the coast of Perth had yielded no sign of the plane. The search was later extended to another 60,000 sq km, covering 95 percent of MH370's flight path, at a cost of A$50 million.

Search teams discovered a piece of wing on the shore of Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean earlier this year and authorities believe it to be part of the wreckage of the Malaysian jet.


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Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, missing for more than two years, may have plummeted at 25,000 feet a minute in its final moments and wasn’t configured to land when it hit the water, according to the latest analysis by Australian investigators.

Debris recovered from the missing Boeing Co. 777 jet indicates the right wing flap was positioned for cruising when it separated from the plane, the Australian Transport Safety Bureau said in a report Wednesday. At the same time, the aircraft’s final satellite communications suggest MH370 was in a fast and ever-increasing rate of descent, the ATSB said.


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So, what is the theory?

The rumor goes that;

As a pilot project, they installed Windows Vista in the flight computer. All of a sudden, a blue screen appeared and the aircraft started an ever rising journey. Anyway, the flight engineer was successful in rebooting the system but the password was not working.

What do you mate think the password could have been?

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