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    Re: Missing Malysian Airliner Continued to Fly on For Hours (Confirmed)

    Quote Originally Posted by PeteEU View Post
    So you would rather believe a newspaper owned by a man who tweeted hours after the disappearance that it was Al Q? The WSJ is a joke these days and can hardly be taken seriously with the amount of bull**** it publishes on a regular basis, including this story from unconfirmed sources and bla bla.

    I would rather believe the official version for now, instead of the usual bs rumour and conspiracy theories coming out of the US these days.
    But there is no official version, the Malaysians dont have a clue as to what happened plus their own military has been inconsistent with rumors that the plane flew into the straits of Malacca. The WSJ is a respected newspaper so they wouldnt publish it unless they at least fact checked a little bit.

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    Re: Missing Malysian Airliner Continued to Fly on For Hours (Confirmed)

    It's fake. The engines stopped at 1.07. they didn't fact check even a little bit. Just the normal leel of disinformation to an uncritically accepting drone readership. Mushrooms: kept in the dark and fed a load of bull.....
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    Re: Missing Malysian Airliner Continued to Fly on For Hours (Confirmed)


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    Re: Missing Malysian Airliner Continued to Fly on For Hours (Confirmed)

    Quote Originally Posted by austrianecon View Post
    Except the article was gonna run. A scoop is a scoop.
    A scoop infers being first with a credible story. Publishing speculative material that may or may not be reliable isn't really a scoop.

    I'm not surprised that the story ran. In an era where journalistic accountability isn't given the emphasis it deserves (something that reflects badly on journalism in general), there will be no consequences for the publication if the story proves false. I highly doubt that the newspaper will even publish a retraction or apology to readers for its inaccurate report. In this environment, the implicit journalistic obligation to test the information and refrain from publishing or reporting material of questionable or worse value is routinely ignored.

    The American public (and my guess is that the same holds true for international audiences) has noticed the inaccurate reporting, among other negative outcomes. Two-thirds or more believe that reporting is inaccurate and also that media tries to cover up its mistakes.

    http://www.people-press.org/2013/08/...news-judgment/

    Omission of a correction should the story in question prove inaccurate would be consistent with covering up mistakes, as the omission would be intended for the public to forget the story, something that can happen quite easily in today's glut of information.

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    Re: Missing Malysian Airliner Continued to Fly on For Hours (Confirmed)

    Quote Originally Posted by PoS View Post
    But there is no official version, the Malaysians dont have a clue as to what happened plus their own military has been inconsistent with rumors that the plane flew into the straits of Malacca. The WSJ is a respected newspaper so they wouldnt publish it unless they at least fact checked a little bit.
    There is an official version... they hold press conferences every day live on TV for god sake and take a boat load of questions. I watch it every day. And their military are not inconsistent, it is the freaking rumour mill that is the problem. Their military NEVER said that their military radar saw the plane turn and all that... it was a rumour not unlike this BS story from the WSJ.

    And the WSJ is not respected any more ever since Newscorp bought the paper. It has become a clear mouth piece of Rupert Murdoch and his political allies. Its editorial pages look like Fox News in print without the flair and graphic pictures of the New York Post.
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    Re: Missing Malysian Airliner Continued to Fly on For Hours (Confirmed)

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    Re: Missing Malysian Airliner Continued to Fly on For Hours (Confirmed)

    Quote Originally Posted by austrianecon View Post
    Nah, it's not funny. But it takes awhile to process data or even realize you have it. The report in which you say is debunking it is came from Malaysia Airlines, problem with that is.. Malaysia Airlines assumes Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System (ACARS) wasn't collected by Rolls Royce because they opted out of the program offered by Boeing and Rolls Royce. You can opt out but the data is still collected for research purposes on future engine builds. But the problem is, it dove tails with accounts from of changing search grids by the Malaysian Government. Another ACARS could have been sent out and Malaysia Airlines wouldn't know.
    And you base this on what.. more rumours from secret sources in the US? Tell me this then.. why over 5 days later, has Rolls Royce, who have sent people out there, just like Boeing has.. that is standard procedure, not handed over this information to the Malaysian authorities? Why.. either they ****ing with the search.. doubt that, or the information does not exist.

    No media report has debunked it. None. Rumor would be that MH370 actually hit two 5 story buildings in NYC yesterday and caused an explosions that killed 6 people and injured 61 instead of it being a gas explosion. See the difference?
    LOL a daily live press conference debunks it.. watch it tomorrow live if you want. You are spreading rumour, bull**** and out right lies... just like the Chinese satellite pictures supposedly showing wreckage... also bull****, and a waste of time.
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    Re: Missing Malysian Airliner Continued to Fly on For Hours (Confirmed)

    Quote Originally Posted by donsutherland1 View Post
    A scoop infers being first with a credible story. Publishing speculative material that may or may not be reliable isn't really a scoop.

    I'm not surprised that the story ran. In an era where journalistic accountability isn't given the emphasis it deserves (something that reflects badly on journalism in general), there will be no consequences for the publication if the story proves false. I highly doubt that the newspaper will even publish a retraction or apology to readers for its inaccurate report. In this environment, the implicit journalistic obligation to test the information and refrain from publishing or reporting material of questionable or worse value is routinely ignored.

    The American public (and my guess is that the same holds true for international audiences) has noticed the inaccurate reporting, among other negative outcomes. Two-thirds or more believe that reporting is inaccurate and also that media tries to cover up its mistakes.

    http://www.people-press.org/2013/08/...news-judgment/

    Omission of a correction should the story in question prove inaccurate would be consistent with covering up mistakes, as the omission would be intended for the public to forget the story, something that can happen quite easily in today's glut of information.
    Same with the crummy Chinese satellite pics that were release days after the fact. One or several entities are hiding something.
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    Re: Missing Malysian Airliner Continued to Fly on For Hours (Confirmed)

    Quote Originally Posted by PeteEU View Post
    There is an official version... they hold press conferences every day live on TV for god sake and take a boat load of questions. I watch it every day. And their military are not inconsistent, it is the freaking rumour mill that is the problem. Their military NEVER said that their military radar saw the plane turn and all that... it was a rumour not unlike this BS story from the WSJ.

    And the WSJ is not respected any more ever since Newscorp bought the paper. It has become a clear mouth piece of Rupert Murdoch and his political allies. Its editorial pages look like Fox News in print without the flair and graphic pictures of the New York Post.
    The Malaysian air force chief's initial assertion about the plane being picked up by radar after its transponder signal went off is consistent w/the WSJ's story.

    It's likely the AF chief was telling the truth and then told by his own govt. to lie about what he knew, i. e. saying it didn't happen.

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