Wednesday, March 12, 2014

FLIGHT MH370: Flightradar24 Published First Images Route & Last Known Location | VIDEO

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Last Known Position of Flight MH370


     Live flight tracker Flight Radar 24 published the first images of the flight route of MH370. AstroAwani speaks to Flight Radar 24 on the modalites of their reports and what it means when a flight disappears from radar. . . .


  1. Should the AWACS control signals shift out of phase or be interrupted in any way, a so-called interferometer is programmed to send flight path corrective commands to the airborne guidance equipment.
    To assist in the covert acquisition of the plane, its high value passengers and cargo a harmless gas admixture can be released capable of inducing sleep (ATI: Automatic Tranquil Infusion tranquilizing gas released into the airliner’s entire interior). The gas is already part of the secret anti hijack system or somehow retrofitted in the aircraft prior to take off. This would explain the report of the copilot “mumbling” when contacted by a flight 30 minutes ahead of it on an emergency frequency. If the passenger oxygen system was activated it would only provide 15 minutes of relief from the gas and pilots would have only 30 minutes of oxygen. If already installed as part of the anti-hijack system the oxygen system would not be an effective counter to the deployment of the ATI gas mixture.
    Authorities in Malaysia have confirmed that they believe the flight was deliberately interfered with and that its communications system intentionally disabled before the plane flew “invisible” for a further seven to eight hours.
    A jumbo jet was seen flying low over the Maldives islands (approx. 800 miles north of Diego Garcia and one of 4 practice landing sites deleted form Captain Shah’s flight simulator) almost eight hours after last radio contact was made.
    Several witnesses in Dhaalu Atoll saw a plane flying North to South-East, towards the southern tip of the Maldives that bore the red stripe and white background of Malaysia Airlines planes at 6:15am local time on March 8th. This timeline could match the planes last known contact and speed/alt. data.
    The sightings, reported by a local news outlet (The Haveeru news website ), would have occurred more than seven hours after the plane lost contact with air traffic control and took its sudden westward turn.
    “I’ve never seen a jet flying so low over our island before. We’ve seen seaplanes, but I’m sure that this was not one of those. I could even make out the doors on the plane clearly,” said a witness.
    The US Embassy in Malaysia, in an email to the New Straits Times, said claims that reports that MH370 was hidden somewhere in its island military base, Diego Garcia, were wild allegations. “This is a baseless conspiracy theory that has already been debunked around the world, and the White House Press Secretary specifically addressed this on March 18,” said the embassy’s press attache Harvey Sernovitz.
    A popular theory was that 51 year old American Philip Woods, who worked for IBM and was on board the plane, had posted a picture of his whereabouts from his phone to, the location of which was later purportedly traced to Diego Garcia military base in the Indian Ocean. Washington also addressed allegations that logs at Diego Garcia from March 8 to 10, had been wiped clean. “These reports are completely false. MH370 did not land in Diego Garcia. This is a baseless conspiracy theory.”
    The Maldives defense minister has denied that MH370 overflew the Maldives and The Maldives police have also launched an investigation into the reported sighting of the aircraft.

    The U.S. has a state of the art spy satellite system, with very precise capabilities of monitoring the entire earth's surface, including moving objects at very high resolutions. These technologies are part of the United States Space Surveillance Network. The system is the responsibility of the Joint Functional Component Command for Space, part of the United States Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM). The Diego Garcia base "is one of only a handful of locations equipped with a Ground-based Electro-Optical Deep Space Surveillance system for tracking objects in deep space." Given the levels of sophistication of these observation technologies, it is highly unlikely that the MH370 flight could have travelled unnoticed over a large span of the Indian Ocean. This system would allow the U.S. to visually and electronically locate the plane at a known time and location and simply follow it via satellite to its ultimate location even in inclement weather.
    However unlikely and despite official denials, it remains a fact that it is possible to render a target aircraft invisible to radar and remotely control all aspects of flight and landing while possibly rendering passengers and crew unconscious.
    If a compelling national security motivation existed the U.S. military has the capability to accomplish such an electronic hijacking of any AIRCIA equipped aircraft and would be highly unlikely to admit it.
    To date, not a single piece of wreckage of flight MH370 has been found despite the resources of 26 countries being deployed to find it.


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