Skip to comments.Multiple objects spotted by planes in hunt for Malaysian Airlines flight MH370
Posted on 03/29/2014 2:40:45 AM PDT by blueplum
...Yesterdays objects were spotted by a Royal New Zealand Air Force Orion. Five aircraft have seen multiple objects of various colours in the new search area.
A cluster of 11 white rectangular objects was sitting just below the surface about 1600km west of Perth, New Zealand Air Vice-Marshal Kevin Short told media today.
Its hard to identify because all youre seeing is this one-metre rectangular piece of material. The 11 objects were within 5m of each other and there were objects up to 300km away as well, he said.
There seems to be patches of these objects and thats not unexpected, looking at how long the aircrafts been missing.
....Interpol today rejected comments from a Malaysian minister that it takes too much time and is too difficult to check the international police agencys database to confirm if a passport has been stolen.
The issue arose because two passengers used stolen passports to board Malaysia Airlines flight 370.
An Interpol statement said Malaysias decision not to consult Interpols Stolen and Lost Travel Documents database before allowing travelers to enter the country or board planes cannot be defended by falsely blaming technology or Interpol.
According to the Malay Mail Online, Interior Minister Zahid Hamidi said Interpols passport database was too large and would be too much for Malaysias database management system.
(Excerpt) Read more at theaustralian.com.au ...
ping - for your list :)
If the Malaysians can afford to host Bernie’s traveling road show, ie, Formula One, they can easily afford the database with no issues.
seems like they could drop in some air sea rescue divers to identify the debris and then pick them back up once they’re done or at the very least fly really low and slow and take a bunch of pictures pictures. It sounds like their confidence is low.
Not sure if the Aussies have our version of the Seals. If not, they would not be trained to accomplish what you mention. At the very least, the ocean there is very unstable and it might just very well put anyone’s life in danger when ships will be there soon to accomplish the same, or so they say.
When we went through this when the first sat images were presented, my view was they could not have made it that far. Something between 700-1000 miles too far. At least this latest “discovery” would put it at the outer limits of plausibility. I will remain skeptical of any “sighting” until they produce something definitely tied to this particular aircraft. My reasoning is if they were incapacitated, then why all of a sudden a straight southerly trajectory when the last know was to the northwest from the waypoints.
Then to your point of taking pictures, what search aircraft after all this time would not have that capability, especially a P-3, and nothing is published?
I’m beginning to see the re-run in my imagination ... Close Encounters ... airman (and others) offloading from mother ship ... man ticking off names and data ... “Airman Ralph Wainwright, disappeared off coast of Florida 1952 .. welcome home sailor”
This new 460 search area is calmer shallower increasing the likelihood of finding the plane or large pieces thereof intact.
Steering the plane here means that the pilot may not have suicided but instead scuttled the plane and skirted off to the Cocos and Australia. And since the Cocos are Australian, that would explain why they are now in charge of the investigation.
As I look at the pictures of Captain Shah I don’t see a fool, or a shahid, or a terrorist, or a suicider, but someone with a criminal mind thinking “I’m smarter than you guys and watch me get away with it”.
He kills 238 people then flies 3500 miles in the opposite direction under the radar to ditch the evidence in a place where no one would think to look and if they did would never find it — but where he could survive and make it to shore.
Motive: money — insurance money — settlement money.
Over $2 billion is likely to change hands as a result of this incident and his family members are in line to get over $10 million no matter what the cause.
That’s a big payday —
In these days and times it hard for me to believe no one has been able to retrieve even one of these hundreds of pieces of debris that have been sighted in the last few weeks - ridiculous.
Pick any 1000 square mile section of ocean. You will spot numerous objects and signs of debris. If they don’t find it in the new sector I doubt they will find it. Then we will see the rise of the MH370 truthers.
Yes, they do. And they're quite good.
Must be a lot of stuff floating around out there. before they moved to the current search area, there was the “significant” debris in the other are. I hope for the families (and maybe for some nations) that they nail it down soon. God - please touch those who lost loved ones that they might get some relief from Your loving presence as their God.
One would think that a find of 11 one metre rectangular pieces would immediately make it easy to identify if these were on board the plane. No one has made that statement yet which sure makes me doubt that they have anything to do with Flight 370. And is the above statement meant to insinuate that the same objects were found 300 km away? Now Im really doubtful that these have anything to do with 370
They've already risen --
No matter what is found, even if the entire plane is located intact, they will claim that it was planted there.
BREAKING NEWS .....
Man rowing from the north to south poles, across the ocean, reaches debris field off Australia. He witnessed a Sikorsky CH-37 helicopter, based in Diego Garcia, dropping airplane wreckage into the ocean.
Need I say more —
It has the range
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It’s getting to be a long list ... and that’s only from this last Monday.
I don’t know that I would land a Catalina in a debris field...