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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    You may not have heard, but Amelia Earhart's plane was actually been found by Australian soldiers during the war, but it was overlooked. I am serious.

    This article appeared recently :

    Angwin then told how another member of the patrol, Len Willoughby, had sent him a map of the patrol area that he’d taken as a souvenir from a pile of discarded equipment in 1945. [at]Willoughby had kept the map untouched until he mailed it to Angwin in 1993. When Angwin unfolded it to make a copy, he saw a series of [at]letters and numbers [at]written in the margins. There are few people in the world who would be able to recognise the [at]significance of those letters and numbers — “600H/P S3H/1 C/N1055” — but Billings, who had spent years working in Papua New Guinea, is one. “600HP is obviously horsepower,” he says. “S3H1 is the model of Earhart’s aeroplane engines — S3H1 Wasps, made by Pratt and Whitney.” But the most compelling of the numbers is CN1055. This was the unique construction number assigned to [at]Earhart’s airframe.

    https://www.theaustralian.com.au/lif...a6cef6835d20f2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer View Post
    Amelia Rearhart
    Freudian slip?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer View Post
    This article appeared recently
    Interesting. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    State security, yes.

    Probably radar detail.
    As posted way back, Thai and Malaysian Air Defense Systems both tracked it. Recordings are available from both. Yes the recordings would be classified secret.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    As posted way back, Thai and Malaysian Air Defense Systems both tracked it. Recordings are available from both. Yes the recordings would be classified secret.
    As would anything else that is classified.

    You can keep telling that to the whackjobs yet it still goes in one ear and out of the other.

    For some bizarre reason they think they are entitled to state secrets, yet at the same time they tell you they already know everything that you don't.

    Bunch of fucking psychos.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer View Post

    Earhart and Noonan crash land on the island of Nikumaroro, where they later die at the hands of coconut crabs
    Fucking hell, HoHo you're a mere amateur mate!


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    This magazine-promoting whackjob pales in comparison.

    Philip Baum, editor of Aviation Security International and visiting professor of aviation security at Coventry University, said: “No officials seem to want to even contemplate the possibility of a stowaway being on board.”
    https://www.independent.co.uk/travel...-a8484436.html

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    Just like the gypos.... can't face the truth.

    A final report on the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 is a cover-up of the captain’s actions, according to industry sources in Malaysia.


    One source said the “seven flight waypoints” recovered from Capt. Zaharie Ahmad Shah’s flight simulator program — flown just weeks before the plane’s disappearance and which replicated MH370’s final flight — were all from one session.

    But Malaysian authorities, in the final report, found the waypoints were from separate sessions and therefore of no significance.




    “There is no question the waypoints were from one flight into the southern Indian Ocean,” the industry source said.


    “This is a cover-up.”


    Another source, who works as a contractor to Malaysia Airlines, told The Weekend West that “very early on” after MH370 disappeared the airline’s operational management said “Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah was responsible”.


    The final report released on July 30 exonerated both pilots, a finding that has been met by disbelief.


    Chief investigator Kok Soo Chon said “we are not of the opinion that it could have been an event committed by the pilot”.


    The Australian Transport Safety Authority report on the search for MH370 issued in October said: “In the six weeks before the accident flight, the pilot in command had used his simulator to fly a route similar to part of the route flown by MH370 up the Strait of Malacca, with a left-hand turn and track into the southern Indian Ocean.”


    But the Malaysian report dismisses this and says that “the Royal Malaysian Police forensic report concluded that there were no unusual activities other than game-related flight simulations”.


    The flight simulator is not a game. It is a recognised and endorsed flight-training tool used by many airlines and the US military.

    One of the most respected analysts of the MH370 disappearance, Independent Group member Victor Iannello, has also criticised the report.

    “How can Malaysian investigators ignore that the captain had the best opportunity and capability to divert the plane?” he said.

    “How does the compressed time line of the diversion fit any other possibility?

    “It is understandable that the safety report did not apportion blame to the captain. However, it is not understandable that the report deflected blame to an unnamed third party.”


    Mr Iannello said it was odd that the Royal Malaysian Police concluded there were no unusual activities given the “extraordinary coincidence” that a simulated flight — which included a departure from Kuala Lumpur — ending in the southern Indian Ocean was recovered.

    https://thewest.com.au/news/mh370/ma...-ng-b88924172z

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    One source said the “seven flight waypoints” recovered from Capt. Zaharie Ahmad Shah’s flight simulator program — flown just weeks before the plane’s disappearance and which replicated MH370’s final flight — were all from one session.
    If it's true it means he had been planning it a long time....scary thought

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    ignore that the captain had the best opportunity and capability to divert the plane?”
    Assuming only he is able to control the plane.

    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    that a simulated flight — which included a departure from Kuala Lumpur — ending in the southern Indian Ocean was recovered.
    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    were all from one session.
    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    But Malaysian authorities, in the final report, found the waypoints were from separate sessions
    Differing conclusion one say multiple simulations the other says one. It would appear to be a simple task to determine the truth.

    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    the pilot in command had used his simulator to fly a route similar
    Assuming it was the pilot was the simulation operator.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    Assuming only he is able to control the plane.







    Differing conclusion one say multiple simulations the other says one. It would appear to be a simple task to determine the truth.



    Assuming it was the pilot was the simulation operator.
    Yes, it was his simulator in his house.

    And yes, Malaysia doesn't want to admit that one of their own committed such a heinous act.

    More to the point, they're about to do a Glasgow Rangers and close their airline, thus opening a new one that isn't liable for all the lawsuits.

    Clever little fuckers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Yes, it was his simulator in his house.
    Which "somebody" does not have access too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    Which "somebody" does not have access too.
    Ruh Ruh tinfoil's off on one again.

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    Drain The Oceans: Malaysia Airlines 370 airs on National Geographic on Thursday September 27 at 8pm.
    I think that's 8pm UK on their version.

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