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BREAKING: MH370 team searching ON THE GROUND with exact jungle location where ‘plane came down’

 
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BREAKING: MH370 team searching ON THE GROUND with exact jungle location where ‘plane came down’
Tech expert Ian Wilson is to be airlifted to an area three miles from where he claims he has pinpointed the Malaysian Airlines flight using Google Maps.

He will then need a guide to lead him through the two-day jungle mission through the mountainous terrain west of Cambodian capital Phnom Penh.

It comes after Andre Milne – who previously declared Wilson's spot "significant" – called an earlier helicopter mission to find the missing MH370 flight "useless" because it wasn't on foot.

Milne – a private investigator and founder of Unicorn Aerospace – exclusively told Daily Star Online: "Flying over in a helicopter is virtually useless.

"It requires human insertion to the ground via a jungle penetration from above.

"Flying 'over' a deep jungle growth forest to look for an aircraft that could have been on the ground for over four years is virtually useless because of the thick vegetation that will have grown all around and over the aircraft making it impossible to see from the air.

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Re: BREAKING: MH370 team searching ON THE GROUND with exact jungle location where ‘plane came down’
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Re: BREAKING: MH370 team searching ON THE GROUND with exact jungle location where ‘plane came down’

Investigate and cross-examine everything
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Re: BREAKING: MH370 team searching ON THE GROUND with exact jungle location where ‘plane came down’
So how did a Google Maps/Earth photo show a complete plane with intact fuselage, 2 wings and a tail but with a helicopter they could see nothing because the jungle was so thick?

This one doesn't pass the smell test. If you spend any time with Google Earth/Maps you will find these satellite photos that caught a plane in flight. But you can't really have an intact aircraft crash in the jungle showing up clearly on a satellite image as a still intact aircraft and the be invisible to the helicopters looking for it.
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Re: BREAKING: MH370 team searching ON THE GROUND with exact jungle location where ‘plane came down’
^^

You know what? That is common sense, right there.
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Re: BREAKING: MH370 team searching ON THE GROUND with exact jungle location where ‘plane came down’
Imagine that scene. Wonder if there's skeletons.
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Re: BREAKING: MH370 team searching ON THE GROUND with exact jungle location where ‘plane came down’
If that plane landed (crashed) intact as the satellite shows, then there'd be survivors, I'm sure of it, but this doesn't add up as the poster above says, a little common sense has to be used here, and I mean no disrespect to any other posters views.
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Re: BREAKING: MH370 team searching ON THE GROUND with exact jungle location where ‘plane came down’
The Daily Star is pretty tabloid-y. This is interesting though.
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Yes it is interesting but ask yourself, how didn't a wing come off on impact, a tale section maybe, the plane is too complete in it's position, there couldn't of been a clearing at the time.
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Re: BREAKING: MH370 team searching ON THE GROUND with exact jungle location where ‘plane came down’
So how did a Google Maps/Earth photo show a complete plane with intact fuselage, 2 wings and a tail but with a helicopter they could see nothing because the jungle was so thick?

This one doesn't pass the smell test. If you spend any time with Google Earth/Maps you will find these satellite photos that caught a plane in flight. But you can't really have an intact aircraft crash in the jungle showing up clearly on a satellite image as a still intact aircraft and the be invisible to the helicopters looking for it.
 Quoting: Educated Redneck


Exactly my question. The "aircraft" in the image is completely intact as is all the surrounding vegetation. There is not track where it descended through the jungle before it impacted, no burned out vegetation, nothing.

But of course the aliens who intercepted it could have transported it there using a transporter beam, right?
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Re: BREAKING: MH370 team searching ON THE GROUND with exact jungle location where ‘plane came down’
Its not in burma. It flew northwest of India.

This is just the regular MH370 BS.
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Re: BREAKING: MH370 team searching ON THE GROUND with exact jungle location where ‘plane came down’
So how did a Google Maps/Earth photo show a complete plane with intact fuselage, 2 wings and a tail but with a helicopter they could see nothing because the jungle was so thick?

This one doesn't pass the smell test. If you spend any time with Google Earth/Maps you will find these satellite photos that caught a plane in flight. But you can't really have an intact aircraft crash in the jungle showing up clearly on a satellite image as a still intact aircraft and the be invisible to the helicopters looking for it.
 Quoting: Educated Redneck


You do know at times in areas that aren't developed have google maps shots which are 2-3 years old? If you don't then you should!
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Re: BREAKING: MH370 team searching ON THE GROUND with exact jungle location where ‘plane came down’
He will then need a guide to lead him through the two-day jungle mission through the mountainous terrain west of Cambodian capital Phnom Penh.
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Re: BREAKING: MH370 team searching ON THE GROUND with exact jungle location where ‘plane came down’
Its not in burma. It flew northwest of India.

This is just the regular MH370 BS.
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You do realize that Cambodia is not the same as Burma Myanmar?
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Re: BREAKING: MH370 team searching ON THE GROUND with exact jungle location where ‘plane came down’
Its not in burma. It flew northwest of India.

This is just the regular MH370 BS.
 Quoting: ErikV


You do realize that Cambodia is not the same as Burma Myanmar?
 Quoting: Fast and Bulbous


Yeah your right. :)
Its not in Cambodia quite certain.
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Re: BREAKING: MH370 team searching ON THE GROUND with exact jungle location where ‘plane came down’
i just watche dthe little video with the article and the picture looks like CGI.
all of the green so called vegetation is under the fake looking plane, there is nothing higher than the plane.
its all fake.
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Re: BREAKING: MH370 team searching ON THE GROUND with exact jungle location where ‘plane came down’
So here is the point on Google maps which "tech expert" Ian Wilson wants to keep secret.

[link to www.google.com (secure)]

Pretty obviously one of those Google maps satellite images that capture an aircraft in flight.
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Re: BREAKING: MH370 team searching ON THE GROUND with exact jungle location where ‘plane came down’
I understand the point, it would be pointless looking from above given the time elapsed is now 3- 4 years. The vegetation would have grown back really quickly camouflaging the Plane. Making identifying from above almost impossible.

I have seen the image. It appears to show a Plane fully intact lying in the middle of a dense jungle. Yet if a Plane crashes in a Jungle, as can be witnessed in a couple of episodes of Aircraft Investigation on NatGeo. A Plane clears a significant sized path when hitting the dense Jungle, both wings detach from the fuselage whilst clearing the Path. Leaving only the fuselage, broken in to two or three pieces by said impact and the stresses of the wings detaching.

Point being it looks fake as fuck.
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Re: BREAKING: MH370 team searching ON THE GROUND with exact jungle location where ‘plane came down’
I understand the point, it would be pointless looking from above given the time elapsed is now 3- 4 years. The vegetation would have grown back really quickly camouflaging the Plane. Making identifying from above almost impossible.

I have seen the image. It appears to show a Plane fully intact lying in the middle of a dense jungle. Yet if a Plane crashes in a Jungle, as can be witnessed in a couple of episodes of Aircraft Investigation on NatGeo. A Plane clears a significant sized path when hitting the dense Jungle, both wings detach from the fuselage whilst clearing the Path. Leaving only the fuselage, broken in to two or three pieces by said impact and the stresses of the wings detaching.

Point being it looks fake as fuck.
 Quoting: Dogsbollocks


This^^
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Re: BREAKING: MH370 team searching ON THE GROUND with exact jungle location where ‘plane came down’
So how did a Google Maps/Earth photo show a complete plane with intact fuselage, 2 wings and a tail but with a helicopter they could see nothing because the jungle was so thick?

This one doesn't pass the smell test. If you spend any time with Google Earth/Maps you will find these satellite photos that caught a plane in flight. But you can't really have an intact aircraft crash in the jungle showing up clearly on a satellite image as a still intact aircraft and the be invisible to the helicopters looking for it.
 Quoting: Educated Redneck


You do know at times in areas that aren't developed have google maps shots which are 2-3 years old? If you don't then you should!
 Quoting: ***SUPERFLY***


Google Earth has multiple pics for multiple dates for many locations, where you can pick which date to view. Pretty cool.