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CNN on tv just said two passengers may have been traveling on LOST OR STOLEN PASSPORTS! If so this makes terrorism very likely.
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I have no experience in any of this but if passports got stolen a year ago how were they not flagged? Inside job?
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Lazy bureaucrats maybe who didn't do their job?
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CNN on tv just said two passengers may have been traveling on LOST OR STOLEN PASSPORTS! If so this makes terrorism very likely.
 Quoting: fishingnut


I have no experience in any of this but if passports got stolen a year ago how were they not flagged? Inside job?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31318722


We are being told that only the country that issued the passport is likely to even know it has been stolen. That, and as relates to major criminals.

Otherwise, evidently no one is keeping track of this sort of thing.

Pretty stupid, huh?


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Ah...yeah ridiculous. Thanks!

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Now they are saying TWO (2) oil slicks.

Still no debris field located.


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One of the most important aspects of conspiracy theories is being able to discern when there isn't one.

Oh yeah, like you'd understand anyway.

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One uncertainty about the flight involved when it disappeared from radar and how quickly the search began in the Gulf of Thailand. Malaysia Airlines said that the plane took off at 12:41 a.m. Malaysia time, and that the plane disappeared from air traffic control radar in Subang, a suburb of Kuala Lumpur, at 2:40 a.m.

That timeline seemed to suggest that the plane stayed in the air for two hours — long enough to fly not only across the Gulf of Thailand but also far north across Vietnam. But Mr. Lindahl of Flightradar 24 said that the last radar contact had been at 1:19 a.m., less than 40 minutes after the flight began.

finding a lot of reports saying plane was aloft only 40 min's not 2 hours

a lot of strangeness going on with the incident
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There was some initial discrepancy as to when the plane went missing that may have delayed rescue efforts. The airline first claimed it had lost contact with flight MH370 at 2:40 a.m. local time (1:40 p.m. Eastern or 6:40 p.m. GMT), or two hours after takeoff. But Flightradar24, an online aircraft tracking service, says the plane went missing 40 minutes after takeoff. “It took 11 hours until about 03:00 UTC until a search and rescue operation was started in the area of Gulf of Thailand where Flightradar24 reported lost radar contact,” notes the website in a Facebook post. “It feels very frustrating that the incorrect reports of lost contact after 2 hours has made that Flightradar24 data of lost contact after 40 minutes, has been ignored for so many hours.” The Associated Press notes the plane was last seen on the radar at around 1:30 a.m. local time (12:30 p.m. Eastern) right before it entered Vietnam’s air traffic control.
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One uncertainty about the flight involved when it disappeared from radar and how quickly the search began in the Gulf of Thailand. Malaysia Airlines said that the plane took off at 12:41 a.m. Malaysia time, and that the plane disappeared from air traffic control radar in Subang, a suburb of Kuala Lumpur, at 2:40 a.m.

That timeline seemed to suggest that the plane stayed in the air for two hours — long enough to fly not only across the Gulf of Thailand but also far north across Vietnam. But Mr. Lindahl of Flightradar 24 said that the last radar contact had been at 1:19 a.m., less than 40 minutes after the flight began.

finding a lot of reports saying plane was aloft only 40 min's not 2 hours

a lot of strangeness going on with the incident
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There was some initial discrepancy as to when the plane went missing that may have delayed rescue efforts. The airline first claimed it had lost contact with flight MH370 at 2:40 a.m. local time (1:40 p.m. Eastern or 6:40 p.m. GMT), or two hours after takeoff. But Flightradar24, an online aircraft tracking service, says the plane went missing 40 minutes after takeoff. “It took 11 hours until about 03:00 UTC until a search and rescue operation was started in the area of Gulf of Thailand where Flightradar24 reported lost radar contact,” notes the website in a Facebook post. “It feels very frustrating that the incorrect reports of lost contact after 2 hours has made that Flightradar24 data of lost contact after 40 minutes, has been ignored for so many hours.” The Associated Press notes the plane was last seen on the radar at around 1:30 a.m. local time (12:30 p.m. Eastern) right before it entered Vietnam’s air traffic control.
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The oil slick is 6 miles long--the one off the coast of Viet Nam.

That's a pretty big oil slick.

But where's the debris and such?

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A six mile oil slick if it was in the right current isn't all that long. However, it's odd for a plane to just 'drop out' of the sky.

My lad is studying for his PPL, he's a hell of a lot smart with regard to aviation than myself. He said, "Pop, most planes crash on take off and landing. Unless something takes them out in the sky. It's not impossible, but not likely."

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Oil slick? No oil on a commercial jet!

bsflag bsflag bsflag
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jet fuel.
Worry is a misuse of the imagination.
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Remember the plane blown up over Lockerbie?

There was no real motive other than to blow up a plane full of people in that as an act of terrorism so that is another possible motive rather than anyone being a specific target.


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 Quoting: Bluebird


That's a good point Bluebird. Definitely a possibility.
Just seems that "terrorism" has advanced past that kind of attack at this point. Maybe not.
 Quoting: Wash


You people really need to understand what went on with Lockerbie. There were targeted people on the plane having to do with the CIA drug trade and Libya had nothing to do with it.
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The oil slick is 6 miles long--the one off the coast of Viet Nam.

That's a pretty big oil slick.

But where's the debris and such?

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 Quoting: Bluebird



A six mile oil slick if it was in the right current isn't all that long. However, it's odd for a plane to just 'drop out' of the sky.

My lad is studying for his PPL, he's a hell of a lot smart with regard to aviation than myself. He said, "Pop, most planes crash on take off and landing. Unless something takes them out in the sky. It's not impossible, but not likely."

1dunno1
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Oil slick? No oil on a commercial jet!

bsflag bsflag bsflag
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 949989


jet fuel.
 Quoting: Kirk
Everything in a modern jet is hydraulic.
The Boeing 777 has three separate hydraulic systems.

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Re: 2 people listed as passengers on missing Malaysia Airlines plane were not on board, Austrian and Italian officials say.
Remember the plane blown up over Lockerbie?

There was no real motive other than to blow up a plane full of people in that as an act of terrorism so that is another possible motive rather than anyone being a specific target.


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 Quoting: Bluebird


That's a good point Bluebird. Definitely a possibility.
Just seems that "terrorism" has advanced past that kind of attack at this point. Maybe not.
 Quoting: Wash


You people really need to understand what went on with Lockerbie. There were targeted people on the plane having to do with the CIA drug trade and Libya had nothing to do with it.
 Quoting: machobird


Because it makes more sense to kill a lot of innocent people, piss off several countries/governments/peoples, instead of killing the intended targets quietly, without collateral deaths and the risk of many policing entities becoming involved?
Mamadee is proof. [link to www.msf.org]
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Wake up GLP.
Passenger lists are confidential.
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It's listed by name and nationality in another thread here right now.

Apparently not.
 Quoting: Bluebird


Its only confidential to keep the traveler's privacy. Once it goes down, the manifesto can be made public.
Something or someone's were on that plane.
The plot thickens.
Now we just have to dig to see who was more valuable dead.
SPEAK UP. SILENCE IS DEADLY!

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Remember the plane blown up over Lockerbie?

There was no real motive other than to blow up a plane full of people in that as an act of terrorism so that is another possible motive rather than anyone being a specific target.


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 Quoting: Bluebird


That's a good point Bluebird. Definitely a possibility.
Just seems that "terrorism" has advanced past that kind of attack at this point. Maybe not.
 Quoting: Wash


You people really need to understand what went on with Lockerbie. There were targeted people on the plane having to do with the CIA drug trade and Libya had nothing to do with it.
 Quoting: machobird


Because it makes more sense to kill a lot of innocent people, piss off several countries/governments/peoples, instead of killing the intended targets quietly, without collateral deaths and the risk of many policing entities becoming involved?
 Quoting: NawtyBits


They would kill thousands just to shut one up. That's a fact.
SPEAK UP. SILENCE IS DEADLY!

I am currently experiencing life at several WTFs per hour.

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CNN on tv just said two passengers may have been traveling on LOST OR STOLEN PASSPORTS! If so this makes terrorism very likely.
 Quoting: fishingnut


I have no experience in any of this but if passports got stolen a year ago how were they not flagged? Inside job?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31318722


We are being told that only the country that issued the passport is likely to even know it has been stolen. That, and as relates to major criminals.

Otherwise, evidently no one is keeping track of this sort of thing.

Pretty stupid, huh?

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 Quoting: Bluebird


The USA has a database that tracks stolen passports. Not every country has this. It's not known yet if Malaysia has/uses the technology.
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That's a good point Bluebird. Definitely a possibility.
Just seems that "terrorism" has advanced past that kind of attack at this point. Maybe not.
 Quoting: Wash


You people really need to understand what went on with Lockerbie. There were targeted people on the plane having to do with the CIA drug trade and Libya had nothing to do with it.
 Quoting: machobird


Because it makes more sense to kill a lot of innocent people, piss off several countries/governments/peoples, instead of killing the intended targets quietly, without collateral deaths and the risk of many policing entities becoming involved?
 Quoting: NawtyBits


They would kill thousands just to shut one up. That's a fact.
 Quoting: natasha77


Bah. That makes no sense whatsoever.
Mamadee is proof. [link to www.msf.org]
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At 5:25 in the video something weird happens, plane shift quite fast to the left
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I think it roled over and dived straight into the ocean
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Mazel Tov.Somebody went out of their way to kill 2 Iranians.
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Wake up GLP.
Passenger lists are confidential.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 52893433


It's listed by name and nationality in another thread here right now.

Apparently not.
 Quoting: Bluebird


Its only confidential to keep the traveler's privacy. Once it goes down, the manifesto can be made public.
Something or someone's were on that plane.
The plot thickens.
Now we just have to dig to see who was more valuable dead.
 Quoting: natasha77


Any clue about who were the 2 ukrainians ( Oleg Chustrak and Sergii Deineka) ?
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Mazel Tov.Somebody went out of their way to kill 2 Iranians.
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jewpacabra?
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CNN on tv just said two passengers may have been traveling on LOST OR STOLEN PASSPORTS! If so this makes terrorism very likely.
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Sure this is an act of terrorism. By MOSSAD. Like in many other previous examples.
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CNN on tv just said two passengers may have been traveling on LOST OR STOLEN PASSPORTS! If so this makes terrorism very likely.
 Quoting: fishingnut


I have no experience in any of this but if passports got stolen a year ago how were they not flagged? Inside job?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31318722


We are being told that only the country that issued the passport is likely to even know it has been stolen. That, and as relates to major criminals.

Otherwise, evidently no one is keeping track of this sort of thing.

Pretty stupid, huh?

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 Quoting: Bluebird


The USA has a database that tracks stolen passports. Not every country has this. It's not known yet if Malaysia has/uses the technology.
 Quoting: nutmeg


This sets up nice for a new "international travel ID system" that would force every person on the planet to have a type of passport (With security chip) when using planes, trains, buses, subways, etc.
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Malaysia is an Islam country under sharia law. The country owns the airline and control the media. They know what happened but will not admit it. The circumstances in which the crash occurred will remain "unsolved". Just like Malaysia flight 653 in 1977.

Malaysian Airlines System Flight 653 (MH653) was a scheduled domestic flight from Penang to Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, operated by Malaysian Airlines System. On the evening of 4 December 1977, the Boeing 737-2H6 aircraft (registered as 9M-MBD) flying the service crashed at Tanjung Kupang, Johor, in Malaysia.[1] It is the second deadliest—and was the first—fatal accident for Malaysia Airlines (as Malaysian Airlines System is now known), with all 93 passengers and 7 crew killed instantly.[2][3] The flight was apparently hijacked as soon as it reached cruise altitude. The circumstances in which the hijacking and subsequent crash occurred remain unsolved.
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CNN on tv just said two passengers may have been traveling on LOST OR STOLEN PASSPORTS! If so this makes terrorism very likely.
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Sure this is an act of terrorism. By MOSSAD. Like in many other previous examples.
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We all know who the real terrorists are and what most likely happened, you muzzie shitbag.
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Maybe raptured like the 150 million. Who knows we could be NEXT!
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At 5:25 in the video something weird happens, plane shift quite fast to the left
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Fucking this! We need to fing a higher quality flight trader video...
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I have no experience in any of this but if passports got stolen a year ago how were they not flagged? Inside job?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31318722


We are being told that only the country that issued the passport is likely to even know it has been stolen. That, and as relates to major criminals.

Otherwise, evidently no one is keeping track of this sort of thing.

Pretty stupid, huh?

.
 Quoting: Bluebird


The USA has a database that tracks stolen passports. Not every country has this. It's not known yet if Malaysia has/uses the technology.
 Quoting: nutmeg



This sets up nice for a new "international travel ID system" that would force every person on the planet to have a type of passport (With security chip) when using planes, trains, buses, subways, etc.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39931345


[link to www.aireon.com]
here is an interesting comment I found at the site listed below...the link above is all about it...interesting...

hoffrt 2 hours ago

Iridium Communications has a new service called Aireon that 5 major air navigation service providers (ANSP) have signed on for when it becomes operational in a few years (first satellite to be launched in 2015). Using the Iridium LEO (low earth orbit) constellation, this system will be able to track all planes (equipped with a transceiver) anywhere on the globe (pole to pole). NAV Canada, NAV Portugal, NATS (UK) and the Irish Aviation Authority have all signed up to be customers of this service (and in some cases, investors) while the US FAA is still analyzing the program. If AIREON were operational today (and the southeast Asian ANSPs were customers) we would know EXACTLY where the Malaysian plane went down…and in the event that there were potential survivors, rescue planes could be on the scene in fairly short order. With the present patchwork of radar and radio communications, it might be weeks if not months before we find the wreckage. The FAA should sign onto Aireon ASAP and encourage all ANSPs around the globe to act accordingly. By the time Aireon is fully operational in 2018, we will never see another column headlined “How can a Boeing….suddenly lose all contact”.

[link to www.forbes.com]

ETA....Iridium is the only mobile voice and data satellite communications network that spans the entire globe. Iridium enables connections between people, organizations and assets to and from anywhere, in real time. Together with its ever-expanding ecosystem of partner companies, Iridium delivers an innovative and rich portfolio of reliable solutions for markets that require truly global communications. The company has a major development program underway for its next-generation network – Iridium NEXT. Iridium Communications Inc. is headquartered in McLean, Va., U.S.A., and its common stock trades on the NASDAQ Global Select Market under the ticker symbol IRDM. For more information about Iridium products, services and partner solutions, visit www.iridium.com.

[link to globenewswire.com]

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A six mile oil slick if it was in the right current isn't all that long. However, it's odd for a plane to just 'drop out' of the sky.

My lad is studying for his PPL, he's a hell of a lot smart with regard to aviation than myself. He said, "Pop, most planes crash on take off and landing. Unless something takes them out in the sky. It's not impossible, but not likely."

1dunno1
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Oil slick? No oil on a commercial jet!

bsflag bsflag bsflag
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 949989


jet fuel.
 Quoting: Kirk
Everything in a modern jet is hydraulic.
The Boeing 777 has three separate hydraulic systems.
 Quoting: First Born


It has four of them actually. ELEC 1 & 2, and AIR 1 & 2
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NO ONE was on board. The whole thing was a HOAX!

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Any confirmation that a third victim listed on the flight manifest (a Russian) also had his passport stolen and was also not on board MH370 ?

This has been reported in the Chinese media.
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The oil slick is 6 miles long--the one off the coast of Viet Nam.

That's a pretty big oil slick.

But where's the debris and such?

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Oil slick?

Have they tested the slick to see if it is jet fuel (high grade kerosene last time I remember) yet?
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Pretty bizarre having one person with a passport issue not on board, but more than one?

Wierd.

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