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    Re: Maldives residents report seeing low-flying aircraft on day MH370 disappeared

    People have always wanted to know:

    - What could have happened to Flight 77 and all its passengers?
    - What could have happened to Flight 93 and all its passengers?

    We don't know the exact answer but we do know how commercial aircraft work, specifically their fuel burn rates at various altitudes. We also know that Oceans are very big places and you can easily lose an entire aircraft at sea and never find it again - as long as the aircraft has the range. We know that aircraft without a replying transponder can still be tracked on primary radar, but can also be lost on primary radar as well after a period of time.

    Flight 370 has not disappeared into thin air. That violates everything we know about our physical universe. Yet, if you took some "other" airborne vehicle and slammed it into the Taj Mahal in India, and then claimed that what hit the Taj, was Flight 370 and that the heat after impact was so intense that it virtually disintegrated the entire aircraft and all its contents save for a few pieces that you also claim came from the same flight, and people began questioning the official story - you would be right back at square one asking this same question:

    - What happened to Flight 370 and all its passengers?

    And, because no one could come up with a better explanation for what did happen to Flight 370, you would feel confident in your belief that it was indeed Flight 370 that slammed into the Taj Mahal and you would cite "eye witnesses" as your primary source of confirmation.

    The question is:

    - What did the eye witnesses actually see over the skies of Kuda Huvadhoo, Maldives?. Was it actually Flight 370. Or, was it something made to look plausible, blowing by at an unexpected high rate of speed and fairly low to the ground?

    Why even ask this question? Because the physical evidence says that Flight 370 could not have made it this far on the fuel load known to have existed before departure. That's why. When the physical evidence does not add up and when the numbers don't calculate and people start telling you about "eye witnesses" some thousands of miles away that nobody has confirmed but an "official source," THAT is when you might want to start asking yourself: am I being snowed and to what end?

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    Re: Maldives residents report seeing low-flying aircraft on day MH370 disappeared

    At this point they might as well determine the search area by throwing darts at a map.
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    Re: Maldives residents report seeing low-flying aircraft on day MH370 disappeared

    Quote Originally Posted by PW4000 View Post
    Kuda Huvadhoo, is roughly 2,000nm - 2,500nm southwest of both the departure point in Kuala Lumpur and the last known transponder fix off the east coast of Malaysia.
    No it isn't. 1,700 nm. 2,100 miles. How about just ONCE, you stop pushing ridiculous conspiracy theories and get your FACTS straight?
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    Re: Maldives residents report seeing low-flying aircraft on day MH370 disappeared

    Quote Originally Posted by PW4000 View Post
    The question is:

    - What did the eye witnesses actually see over the skies of Kuda Huvadhoo, Maldives?. Was it actually Flight 370. Or, was it something made to look plausible, blowing by at an unexpected high rate of speed and fairly low to the ground?

    Why even ask this question? Because the physical evidence says that Flight 370 could not have made it this far on the fuel load known to have existed before departure. That's why. When the physical evidence does not add up and when the numbers don't calculate and people start telling you about "eye witnesses" some thousands of miles away that nobody has confirmed but an "official source," THAT is when you might want to start asking yourself: am I being snowed and to what end?
    You see conspiracies everywhere. This isn't one. It's not being "made to look" like anything. Some guy wanted attention from a reporter and said he saw a low flying "jumbo jet." They probably did see a jet. But there are thousands of them flying at any given moment. They didn't see the 777, nor is anyone claiming to have seen the 777.

    My guess? People in the Maldives heard they were in the guy's simulator, and then thought "Hey... didn't I see a plane that day?" I doubt there's anywhere in the Maldives that a 777 could put down that isn't an occupied airport.
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    Re: Maldives residents report seeing low-flying aircraft on day MH370 disappeared

    Eyewitness reports of a possible sighting of missing Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 flying near the Maldives have been officially discounted in a statement issued by the Maldives National Defence Force. These reports were also confirmed by Malaysia's Transport Minister, Hishamuddin Hussein.

    "Based on the monitoring up to date, no indication of Flight MH370 has been observed on any military radars in the country,” the statement said.
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    "Furthermore, the data of radars at Maldives airports have also been analysed and shows no indication of the said flight. The Maldives National Defence Force will continue to render any assistance required by the Maldives Police Service and international authorities on the search for the missing flight and related issues.”

    Read more: Missing Malaysia Airlines plane: Maldives discounted as possible location for MH370

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    Re: Maldives residents report seeing low-flying aircraft on day MH370 disappeared

    The airplane is probably sitting in Diego Garcia. It's an American plot for tinfoilers!
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    Re: Maldives residents report seeing low-flying aircraft on day MH370 disappeared

    Quote Originally Posted by American View Post
    The airplane is probably sitting in Diego Garcia. It's an American plot for tinfoilers!
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    Re: Maldives residents report seeing low-flying aircraft on day MH370 disappeared

    Quote Originally Posted by humbolt View Post
    Three words. Koch Brothers.
    The third word is "period", right?
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    Re: Maldives residents report seeing low-flying aircraft on day MH370 disappeared

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    The third word is "period", right?
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    Re: Maldives residents report seeing low-flying aircraft on day MH370 disappeared

    Quote Originally Posted by 505 View Post
    No it isn't. 1,700 nm. 2,100 miles. How about just ONCE, you stop pushing ridiculous conspiracy theories and get your FACTS straight?
    Not it is not. We were both wrong.

    Change my unite of measure from nautical miles to statute miles and the your numbers are correct. Your miles are incorrect. I measured the distances using Google Earth, so dragging and dropping a line between two destinations with labels can't be wrong. The Rule Map Length drop-down list was selected to "Miles" in my example, instead of Nautical Miles.

    Your correction is also wrong. Your label is designated as Miles and should be Nautical Miles. If you use Miles, as in your correction the distance between both points (the last known fix and the departure point) will be incorrect.

    How about once you finally answer a question that does not fit your Official Lunacy Theories. Such as, how on earth do you account for the debris field of Flight 93, being extended into New Baltimore, some EIGHT (9) MILES away from the crater?

    You ran and hid from that question all day long today, now you come here pretending to be correcting something. Either way you slice it, Flight 370 DID NOT have a fuel load sufficient to make the trip suggesting by the media, at the time I made my post on the subject.

    Now, since you know so much about this subject, can you tell me how to calculate the Wet Footprint of Flight 370, if it has a starting point approximately 500nm north east of its departure point at its last known fix before being lost to ATC, to last point (not the initial eyewitness sighting point) the aircraft was said to have been headed in the South Maldives? If you can do that calculation, THEN you have what it takes to correct me on this subject. But, if you don't, then sit back and try to learn something, if you are capable of learning anything at all.

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