Skip to comments.Malaysia MH370 and Sumatra seismic event
Posted on 03/19/2014 7:41:39 PM PDT by logi_cal869
Re-analysis of Proposed Submarine Aircraft Crash Site for Malaysia Airlines Flight MH 370 Map of Seismic Analysis of Proposed Submarine Aircraft Crash Site The University of Science and Technology of China has announced a possible location for the crash site of Malaysia Airlines flight MH 370 based on two seismic recordings (stations KUM and IPM of the Malaysia National Seismic Network; see map). The proposed site is in the Gulf of Thailand (orange hexagon on map).
The time of the event reported by the Chinese was 2:55 AM (on 3/8/2014, which equates to 18:55 UTC time on 3/7/2014).
(Excerpt) Read more at earthquake.usgs.gov ...
I'm posting this as it's interesting, under Chat. I came across it totally by accident.
That’s in around 3500 feet of water and I’m not sure you would get any measurable seismic readings from a surface impact.
Didn’t they look there already?
Event TimeNot the Daily Mail or Telegraph, but a US Government website.
2014-03-07 18:55:11 UTC
2014-03-08 00:55:11 UTC+06:00 at epicenter
2014-03-07 10:55:11 UTC-07:00 system time
3.067°N 96.868°E depth=10.0km (6.2mi)
So if a scalar weapon in low earth orbit vaporized the plane, would it also fire past it’s target and penetrate the sea floor?
As I was saying late last night, the U.S. Navy’s acoustic sensor network would have picked up the big splash. By triangulation, software would then establish the location and also estimate the size and speed of the aircraft.
I apologize: I began as a vanity post and changed it to link to USGS directly...I neglected to update the Author/Source text, but the URL is correct.