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Boss the Plane the Plane

Discussion in 'Free Speech Alley' started by LSUMASTERMIND, Mar 14, 2014.

  1. LSUMASTERMIND

    LSUMASTERMIND Veteran Member

    where in the fuck is this boeing 787, this whole story has me really perplexed.

    my conspiracy is that its in Africa or China, everyone dead, they are stripping it like a Cadillac.
     
  2. mobius481

    mobius481 Registered Member

    I just can't imagine it landed somewhere. i don't think it had the fuel to make it to Africa did it? China Possibly but China would know and are they really going to go along with this to strip down a plane for it's rims. I don't think it ever landed. It's at the bottom of the ocean. How it got there is another question all together though.
     
  3. plotalot

    plotalot Senior Member

    My money is on this being an incident similar to the plane wrecks that took the lives of Payne Stewart and Bo Rein.
     
  4. mobius481

    mobius481 Registered Member

    what doesn't jive with that is the transponder turned itself off in that scenario. That transponder would either be manually turned off, or would turn off in a total electrical failure the likes of which pilots can't even come up with a plausible scenario to recreate.
     
  5. LaSalleAve

    LaSalleAve when in doubt, mumble

    ariens
     

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  6. LSUMASTERMIND

    LSUMASTERMIND Veteran Member

    turned off on purpose, i think this plane is on a strip somewhere.
     
  7. uscvball

    uscvball Veteran Member

    Yes, the 14 minute gap in separate system disablings indicates a non-technical/explosion type failure. If we apply Occam's Razor based on CURRENT available info, it's looking more like Shanksville, 9/11.

    "In a far more detailed description of military radar plotting than has been publicly revealed, two sources told Reuters an unidentified aircraft that investigators suspect was missing Flight MH370 appeared to be following a commonly used navigational route when it was last spotted early on Saturday, northwest of Malaysia.

    That course - headed into the Andaman Sea and towards the Bay of Bengal in the Indian Ocean - could only have been set deliberately, either by flying the Boeing 777-200ER jet manually or by programming the auto-pilot.

    A third investigative source said inquiries were focusing more on the theory that someone who knew how to fly a plane deliberately diverted the flight hundreds of miles off its scheduled course from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.

    "What we can say is we are looking at sabotage, with hijack still on the cards," said the source, a senior Malaysian police official."

    Perhaps the plane was hijacked either by a passenger or the flight crew with intentions of getting to the Middle East, which was on the direct flight path based on the last radar pings, but some kind of revolt ended up with a bottom of the ocean resting spot.
     
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  8. uscvball

    uscvball Veteran Member

    A 777 needs a very large strip. Within range, based on radar pings and fuel estimates, there are no strips to accommodate a landing. The last radar ping was over the Indian Ocean and headed toward Europe and the Middle East. They know how much fuel it had at that point based on total flight time, including the 4 estimated hours after the plane's communications were shut off. That allows experts to identify where it might have landed and there are no places other than very small islands with no landing strips.

    I will say the one thing that gives your theory credence is that up until yesterday, some family members of passengers reported getting a ring tone when dialing cell phones. If it was exploded, burned up, or under water, they would get no ring tone, just direct to voice mail.
     
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  9. MLUTiger

    MLUTiger Secular Humanist

    A B777 would require no more than a 6500 foot runway to land, depending upon weather, passenger weight, etc. There are plenty of places for it to land in the area it had range to fly to. That area of the world flies widebody aircraft into everynook and cranny. They use the B777 like we use B737 in America.

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  10. mobius481

    mobius481 Registered Member

    maybe it's possible to hide an entire plane in a less densely populated area of India but I just don't think it could happen. It's possible, don't get me wrong, but more likely, the plane was overtaken, and for whatever reason, it went down in the ocean. I have to think that is the most likely scenario.
     
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