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Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Now THIS is an interesting Theory on The Missing 777 MH370 .. any experts want to chime in?

By: Keith Ledgerwood

As the search for missing flight Malaysian Airlines flight 370 drags on into the 10th day, so many questions continue to remain unanswered about how and why the airliner could have disappeared while seemingly under the control of a skilled pilot intent on making it invisible. With satellite pings showing where the plane could be after more than seven hours of flight, speculation has arisen that the plane could be on the ground anywhere along a path from northern Thailand to the border of Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan.  
The major roadblock to this theory has been the insistence from India and Pakistan that their radar network showed no such unidentified aircraft entering or traversing their airspace.  It would seem highly unlikely given such information that a Boeing 777 could indeed slip through undetected.
As a hobby pilot and aviation enthusiast, a theory began to form in my own mind on this 10th day as all of the latest information began to trickle in slowly through media outlets globally.  After being unable to escape the idea that it may have happened, I began to do some analysis and research and what I discovered was very troubling to me! 


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Is this possible?



 


( I found this link in the comments at smalldeadanimals)

2 comments:

  1. Yes, it's entirely possible, and as the author says, it would "show up" as the aircraft he was following.

    If the transponder is off, you only get the reflection of the radar from the aircraft, called a "skin paint". It's a weak signal, and if he was following another aircraft with an active transponder, he'd be completely missed by most radar unless they were specifically looking for that type of situation.

    I'd almost bet money that the next time this aircraft turns up it's either crashing into a building, or carrying a small nuke.

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