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I know where the 777 isn't

 
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I know where the 777 isn't
It's not down in that remote portion of the Indian ocean, where they're all looking.

Makes no sense. Why would it be there?

It should be on dry land somewhere. But you already knew that.
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03/23/2014 09:16 AM

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The Lithium Ion LIE

The Awacs hijacking story HAS TO be subverted at all cost by the American department of defense. Therefore, they are having think tanks come up with every possible lie to throw out there to divert people away from the truth – that the plane was hijacked by America to allow the NSA to get the secrets about secure Chinese made processors and operating systems.

FOR THE RECORD – the plane, IF it climbed to 45,000 feet did not do so to put out any fire. It would have been done to maximize range. Lithium ion battery malfunctions cannot be solved via oxygen starvation.

FURTHERMORE, THE PLANE FLEW FOR SEVEN ADDITIONAL HOURS AFTER “VANISHING” FROM RADAR AND LANDED SAFELY, A FACT SET IN STONE BY BOEING, AND CORROBORATED BY THE FACT THAT THE CELL PHONES WORKED WHERE THEY WERE TAKEN TO, AND ONE PICKED UP WHICH KILLS THE DEAD RING LIE.

If the plane flew on for seven hours and landed safely, a fact made ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN when the engines checked into Boeing’s maintenance program via satellite, which they only do upon successful and safe landing of the jet, you can TRASH all theories of fires or anything else happening to the plane because the post landing log in by the engines would have been flatly impossible if ANY OF IT was true.
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03/23/2014 09:37 AM
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The Lithium Ion LIE

The Awacs hijacking story HAS TO be subverted at all cost by the American department of defense. Therefore, they are having think tanks come up with every possible lie to throw out there to divert people away from the truth – that the plane was hijacked by America to allow the NSA to get the secrets about secure Chinese made processors and operating systems.
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I'd like some of what he's drinking. The rest of the logic seems decent.
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03/23/2014 10:23 AM
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Former Boeing employee here.....I'll buy the the seven hours flight and being on ground.....It may,say may,now have a new logo on stab.
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03/23/2014 10:44 AM
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Re: I know where the 777 isn't
This plane isn't in the ocean. It's a diversion. Many reasons it's a diversion. The scenario General McInerary gives is the most likely one. Hysteria was starting with the media and the mother being escorted out by security (heartbreaking ). People were questioning if they should fly, ect...Equals hysteria. Everyone wants to look like they contributed, so send them to Sea. Does anyone really believe any country is going to give up what survalience they have to another??? Heck no! It's a diversion and while everyone's focusing on ocean garbage, intelligence is focusing on where this plane is being hidden. There is a reason they took the plane to a higher altitude. It's awful, but this was done purposely. This plane is going to come back....when and where....tick tock, tick tock.
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The plane is on the ocean floor and the people are fish turds by now. fish
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03/23/2014 10:52 AM
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Hahaha a tornado glue atracter WiFi with remote WiFi packed in device.
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With worms button...
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03/23/2014 10:54 AM
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Re: I know where the 777 isn't
It's not down in that remote portion of the Indian ocean, where they're all looking.

Makes no sense. Why would it be there?

It should be on dry land somewhere. But you already knew that.
 Quoting: m 27026291


If they continue to search along the original flight path, they will find the wreckage at the bottom of the ocean and the evidence will show that it was shot down.
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Or too heavy cloud portal sucker for sunshine holes , cool.
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03/23/2014 10:56 AM
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The plane is on the ocean floor and the people are fish turds by now. fish
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It was shot down.

A distraction was needed from Obama getting his ass handed to him by Putin.
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03/23/2014 10:57 AM
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Link, please, to the source that one cell phone was picked up.

Thanks.
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03/23/2014 11:04 AM
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Re: I know where the 777 isn't
It's not down in that remote portion of the Indian ocean, where they're all looking.

Makes no sense. Why would it be there?

It should be on dry land somewhere. But you already knew that.
 Quoting: m 27026291



You need to add a link to this. Haven't heard it before:

If the plane flew on for seven hours and landed safely, a fact made ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN when the engines checked into Boeing’s maintenance program via satellite, which they only do upon successful and safe landing of the jet, you can TRASH all theories of fires or anything else happening to the plane because the post landing log in by the engines would have been flatly impossible if ANY OF IT was true.
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03/23/2014 11:06 AM
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The engine is between two buildings in Manhattan, right?
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03/23/2014 11:07 AM

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Isn't there a base out there?
They say that if we do not learn from history, we are doomed to repeat it. They also say that history is written by the victorious.

What I have learned from history is that the recorded accounts of humanity's past are nearly always manipulated for the benefit of the current ruling power's agenda.

Put faith in your own personal history, or submit to the future of another's.
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03/23/2014 11:23 AM
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Never ever read that one picked up. Please supply link or I say bs.
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03/23/2014 11:28 AM
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Isn't there a base out there?
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[link to www.whatdoesitmean.com]
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03/23/2014 11:32 AM
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Why would it be on land if it's systems failed over the OCEAN??
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03/23/2014 11:51 AM
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Never ever read that one picked up. Please supply link or I say bs.
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Agreed No one did pick up. As this has been explained the ring on your phone; that is heard by the person calling, is generated by network. The network sends a signal to your phone which makes it ring. If your phone is turned off, silenced or out of range of a cell tower you don't hear a ring.

Need proof? Try it with your cell and another phone. If you have ever misplaced your phone and called it from another phone; landline or cell, you will hear a ring from the network one or two rings before the network contacts your cellphone.

Turn phone off and try again, do you hear a ring? Note some phones can be set to automatically go to voicemail when off or silenced. If you are really bored take the phone off the network under system settings and call it. A ring should still generate from the network.

Voicemail isn't on your phone it is on the network, you access from your phone but many carriers offer the ability to check voicemail from another phone if you know code and password.
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03/23/2014 12:19 PM
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Re: I know where the 777 isn't
It's not down in that remote portion of the Indian ocean, where they're all looking.

Makes no sense. Why would it be there?

It should be on dry land somewhere. But you already knew that.
 Quoting: m 27026291


dude, it is only 1000 miles outside of the range and in 40 foot storm seas

surely they will find it there
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03/23/2014 12:20 PM
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Re: I know where the 777 isn't
Never ever read that one picked up. Please supply link or I say bs.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 55923587

Agreed No one did pick up. As this has been explained the ring on your phone; that is heard by the person calling, is generated by network. The network sends a signal to your phone which makes it ring. If your phone is turned off, silenced or out of range of a cell tower you don't hear a ring.

Need proof? Try it with your cell and another phone. If you have ever misplaced your phone and called it from another phone; landline or cell, you will hear a ring from the network one or two rings before the network contacts your cellphone.

Turn phone off and try again, do you hear a ring? Note some phones can be set to automatically go to voicemail when off or silenced. If you are really bored take the phone off the network under system settings and call it. A ring should still generate from the network.

Voicemail isn't on your phone it is on the network, you access from your phone but many carriers offer the ability to check voicemail from another phone if you know code and password.
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the pilot made a phone call

they have yet to release that data to my knowledge
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03/23/2014 12:21 PM
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Re: I know where the 777 isn't
Why would it be on land if it's systems failed over the OCEAN??
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you have not been paying attention

now watch you get mad at me
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03/23/2014 12:25 PM
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I never get mad at my Asian buddies. Paying attention to media disinformation is CONTERPRODUCTIVE. It tears at your heart to see the families in such pain, but I do think they should NOT upgrade the DC-3 s to fly by wire, but build a thousand more for the future.
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03/23/2014 12:26 PM
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ITS IN URANUS
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I never get mad at my Asian buddies. Paying attention to media disinformation is CONTERPRODUCTIVE. It tears at your heart to see the families in such pain, but I do think they should NOT upgrade the DC-3 s to fly by wire, but build a thousand more for the future.
 Quoting: anonymous coward 15383462


no one ever reported the "systems" in general failed over the ocean

it was coms that were manually shut off and a new course manually entered and then it pinged the ACARS sat for 6 hours


and if they did not WANT to cause more pain then they would not report fake debris found every single day and then shove 1000 cameras in the families' faces
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Re: I know where the 777 isn't
Give up on it you tards. The plane is in the ocean somewhere.
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03/23/2014 12:33 PM
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Its not in my uncles back yard....I looked, and I can prove it! grinning
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03/23/2014 12:38 PM
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Give up on it you tards. The plane is in the ocean somewhere.
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not any more
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Isn't there a base out there?
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[link to www.whatdoesitmean.com]
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There we go. Nothing to see here. Script moving along as intended.
They say that if we do not learn from history, we are doomed to repeat it. They also say that history is written by the victorious.

What I have learned from history is that the recorded accounts of humanity's past are nearly always manipulated for the benefit of the current ruling power's agenda.

Put faith in your own personal history, or submit to the future of another's.
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03/23/2014 08:38 PM
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Give up on it you tards. The plane is in the ocean somewhere.
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You, and Brief, will be proven wrong, in T-minus...
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Re: I know where the 777 isn't
it does seem pretty convenient for the plane to be the one place on earth where it would be a valid excuse to never find it because it's so hard to get to/deep/bad weather all time etc. And the fact that cnn has been going for weeks nonstop since the first picture of something in the south of the indian ocean, focusing on one or two satellite pictures, literally 24 hours a day, with no new info or anything, is just odd. its like theyre trying to brainwash us or hyponise us into believing something, but why. what is so horrible about the truth that they dont want us to know.

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