Skip to comments.MH370: Satellite Images Show Up to 122 'Potential Objects'
Posted on 03/26/2014 5:52:03 AM PDT by don-o
Satellite images taken on Sunday show 122 "potential objects" in the search for debris from missing flight MH370, Malaysian investigators said Wednesday.
Analysis of the images, which were supplied by France-based aeronautical firm Airbus Defence, revealed objects in the southern Indian Ocean around 1,588 miles from Perth, Australia close to where other objects were previously seen.
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Then why do we have some what were considered to be credible military personnel saying that they had multiple indications the plane landed in Pakistan previously?
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Isn’t there all kinds of debris floatng in the ocean from the Japanese tsunami?
Australia’s search operation has ended for the day with no confirmation of the potential debris field.
Its worth emphasising that the French images were taken on Sunday before severe weather forced the suspension of the search operation on Tuesday.
It was their “intelligence opinion”. I don’t think you can find a SINGLE REPORT that is written from the “first person” - which says, “I saw it there.”
They were all relying on, “My contact at the CIA, says that one of their contacts in the Middle East, talked to a guy over in India, who has a brother-in-law in Afhanistan, whose sister in Pakistan, has a child who was going to the market, and his friend at the market told him that his father SAW THE PLANE!” ... LOL ...
Sometimes, that’s how “intelligence” works. SOMEONE actually did see it! ... :-) ...
Because they weren't credible.
I have seen or heard nothing from the General who confidently asserted this last week - even to the extent of giving a 24-48 hr time frame for it to be confirmed.
i simply do not believe anything that comes out of any gubmint or media any more.
Lies by liars
Because they got their mug on TV for five minutes and the TV people either paid them for their time or hyped their company, book or blog.
The news business is a friggen circus and is run by clowns.
An interesting article on how they determined the direction of the flight.
How Math Solved the Mystery of the Missing Malaysian Jet’s Path
Would you believe anything that came out of Inmarsat? Or, do you only rely on neighbors “talking across the fence” and the electronic equivalent of “talking at the water cooler”? ... :-) ...
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Simone: Um, he’s sick. My best friend’s sister’s boyfriend’s brother’s girlfriend heard from this guy who knows this kid who’s going with the girl who saw Ferris pass out at 31 Flavors last night. I guess it’s pretty serious.
Economics Teacher: Thank you, Simone.
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>> credible military personnel <<
Sadly, retired General Mac no longer has any shred of credibility. Fox News should put him out to pasture, and Megan Kelly needs to apologize for letting him hype his crazy theory on her show.
Considering they offered no supporting evidence I'd say it'e because they were mistaken.
In the Pacific Ocean, yes. In the Indian Ocean, no. There are no currents that might take them there, and a whole lot of land between Japan and the south Indian Ocean.
who says it didn’t land in Pakistan... it has been over two week... nearly 3 weeks now... nothing keeping someone from flying it to the middle of the ocean and dumping it...
Your source sounds more reliable than the Malaysian government.
It might be in regards to the Malaysian government - but how about in regards to the calculations done by Inmarsat and the AAIB (UK Accidents Investigations Board)?
Yea, this whole thing stinks. Looks like the map coordinates on the link show the debris is fairly close together. Just so odd that after 2 weeks, currents, etc. it’s all floating together. This whole investigation has been mis-handled and botched from the beginning. Stories have been put out, then changed. I’m not sure if we’ll ever find out the “truth”. Poor families of the passengers.
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