Malaysia Airlines flight MH 370 missing

Ren84

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“Today, 515 days since the plane disappeared, it is with a very heavy heart that I must tell you that an international team of experts have … confirmed that the aircraft debris found on Reunion Island is indeed from MH370,” announced Najib during a press conference in the Malaysian capital city of Kuala Lumpur early on Thursday.

“Today, 515 days since the plane disappeared "......515>5+1+5 = 11
"Reunion Island" = 155> 1+5+5 = 11

A $320,000,000 plane dose not just simply disappear. An active €200 Samsung Galaxy 3 can be traced to within feet on the other side of the planet FFS.
515
5+1=6

Number of letters in the word Island = 6
Number of letters in the word engine=6

666.

Run to de hills fast
Wow, when even the Marshall is trolling and mocking your bizarre and mental sounding claims you know it is time to take a step back and re-evaluate where you're going in life. :shock2:
 


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Wow, when even the Marshall is trolling and mocking your bizarre and mental sounding claims you know it is time to take a step back and re-evaluate where you're going in life. :shock2:
The Field Marshal contains 15 letters 1+5=6
Ren 84.........................8+4=12.=6+6

That's three sixes.

Now look what you have done.
 

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I dont think MH 370 could have impacted in the Indian Ocean. Some part of it would have washed ashoar by now and have been found. Something very odd about all this.
Not really. It is a very big ocean, and a westward drift of possible wreckage was predicted.
 

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So long as they show a serial number or show their evidence rather than just declaring it from MH370.........
 

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The Malaysia Airlines plane carried 239 people.

23/9

23 September the day the Pope meets the Antichrist. :shock:
 

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The Malaysia Airlines plane carried 239 people.

23/9

23 September the day the Pope meets the Antichrist. :shock:

No, as you're aware he's meeting President and Bear Grylls buddy, Barack Obama.

Please, just stop.
 

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Pills, your obsession with numbers seems to be getting worse.
 

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Pills, your obsession with numbers seems to be getting worse.
Here is another "13" for ya..

An "End of the air search" commemoration ceremony was held by rescue workers and Navy units for MH370 on May 1st 2014. They posed for a photo at the Royal Australian Air Force Base Pearce, located north of Perth







Full article End of the air search: Crews that searched for missing Malaysia Airlines jet MH370 pose for final photo in Perth as operation is scaled down

The date distance inclusive between 1st May 2014 and to today's date the 3rd September 2015 is 490 days

Compress the figure > 4+9+0 = 13 :shock2:
 
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The search for missing flight MH370 is due to cease next week, if the Australian Air Force cannot manage to locate wreckage in the meantime.

Apparently the AAF have searched over 95% of the designated search area without being able to locate the whereabouts of MH370.
 

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The search for missing flight MH370 is due to cease next week, if the Australian Air Force cannot manage to locate wreckage in the meantime.

Apparently the AAF have searched over 95% of the designated search area without being able to locate the whereabouts of MH370.
Apparently the pilot may have glided the plane down in a controlled sea landing.. that would significantly enlarge the search area.. he must have been totally nuts!
 

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Apparently the pilot may have glided the plane down in a controlled sea landing.. that would significantly enlarge the search area.. he must have been totally nuts!
Or something completely different happened. Really we have no idea.
 

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The search for missing flight MH370 is due to cease next week, if the Australian Air Force cannot manage to locate wreckage in the meantime.

Apparently the AAF have searched over 95% of the designated search area without being able to locate the whereabouts of MH370.
It's RAAF, not AAF
 

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MH370 Pilot Flew Suicide Route on Home Simulator -- NYMag

Exclusive: MH370 Pilot Flew a Suicide Route on His Home Simulator Closely Matching Final Flight
By Jeff Wise
NYMag
July 22, 2016 2:40 p.m.

New York has obtained a confidential document from the Malaysian police investigation into the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 that shows that the plane’s captain, Zaharie Ahmad Shah, conducted a simulated flight deep into the remote southern Indian Ocean less than a month before the plane vanished under uncannily similar circumstances. The revelation, which Malaysia withheld from a lengthy public report on the investigation, is the strongest evidence yet that Zaharie made off with the plane in a premeditated act of mass murder-suicide.
 

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Totally baffling that absolutely NO trace of this aircraft has been found.
A few bits and pieces have floated up onto the shores of islands on the other side of the ocean. They would have floated on sea currents from the approximate place where the plane went down.

Would be good if they could find some more stuff though and bring closure to this tragedy.
 

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Some recent significant developments....

...the flaperon, the wing fragment found at Reunion a year ago, seems to have been deployed at the time of impact and based on the damage to it it seems to have contacted the water at a relatively low speed. A flaperon, a surface which combines the characteristics of a flap and an aileron, would normal lie flush with the trailing edge of the wing and would be extended to trail behind and below for landing. It requires pilot input for this to be done. Someone was in control of this aircraft throughout its flight and it seems that rather than crashing that it was ditched into the ocean.

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-36938480
 


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