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MH370: We’ve narrowed the search and narrowed it again…Oops! We don’t know where the hell it is!

Posted in "Terrorism", Disappearance of MH370, Geo-Political Warfare, Politics by earthlinggb on April 23, 2014

The international team searching the Indian Ocean for the Boeing 777 are now considering the seemingly impossible scenario of the aircraft having ‘landed’ somewhere, instead of crashing in the southern Indian Ocean.

The Malaysian-led investigation team, along with experts from Inmarsat and the UK’s Air Accidents Investigation Branch, had to rely on an Inmarsat communications satellite, which did not provide any definite details, including the aircraft’s direction, altitude and speed.

One of the sources told the New Straits Times: ‘A communications satellite is meant for communication…the name is self explanatory.

Where the hell is it?

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2610035/MH370-landed-not-crashed-Indian-Ocean.html

 

Hilarious. Absolutely hilarious.

“Inmarsat have done sterling, incredible work and we are certain it crashed into the sea where they said it did……. well, ok maybe not”

And people laughed at me. 🙂

Don’t you love it when what you’ve been saying and showing for weeks proves to be correct? Sorry, I do.

Repeat:

which did not provide any definite details, including the aircraft’s direction, altitude and speed

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  1. D. Hounsome said, on April 23, 2014 at 10:18 pm

    Earthling, you have been onto this from day one. you could laugh if it wasn’t so serious.


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