Startling theory about Flight MH370 North South Corridor and war with Iran
Posted in the Monroe Forum
#1 Mar 26, 2014
I’m going to put a theory down on paper. I did mention it today when the thought occurred to me when we were watching the MH370 doco. I could be wrong but it seems so obvious as to possible intent.
Have a look at the media graphic here http://www.smh.com.au/world/missing-malaysia-...
Not shown on some simplified media pictures, but the Northern and Southern Corridor, so named for the search for missing Flight MH370 since 8 March 2014 - the day of its last contact, appears to have its radii based from a GEOSTATIONARY satellite. I assume geostationary otherwise the centre of the radii would move in relation to the surface of the earth.
For the purpose of this exercise we are going to ignore the obvious and better sources which placed the plane as turning westwards after it lost contact, and was reported by persons in the Maldives and Andaman Islands to have spotted a low flying Boeing 777 around the time, including Anoop Madyah Yeggina’s found satellite image of a Boeing 777 over or near military airspace over Andaman Islands on 8 March (but some have reported it is debunked with base map alleges it is saying from 2012). We also will ignore the Malaysian military who in the early days said it turned west, which corroborate nearby aforementioned residents and possibly Yeggina’s photo. We will also ignore reports that the responders were said to be turned off at last contact but pinging was yet heard up to 7 hours after last contact.
We will also ignore that a plane in trouble, whether hijacked by terrorists, government sponsored terrorism, international sponsored terrorism (whether by agents on board or flown remotely) or the captain and/or the co-pilot decided to do a suicide run for political or personal psychological reasons and so on - whatever the reason for the disappearance of Flight MH370 – there is NO reason, as a plane can be steered in any direction after it’s last known point of contact, to concentrate search areas along the radii from last known signal as received by a satellite.
We will note that 8 days after last contact occurred that on 16 March 2014 that two Iranian men are suspected to be involved in the hijacking of Flight MH370 e.g. http://www.timesofisrael.com/ex-el-al-expert-...
Note in the SMH article above it was stated “The southern arc took MH370 over Indonesia and down the Western Australian coast, about 1000km from land. The northern trajectory goes towards northern Iran, passing through Pakistan and Afghanistan, the heartland of Al Qaeda and multiple Islamic extremist insurgencies“
On or around March 17, 19 days after last contact, according to SMH, Tony Abbott was to have said “he has received no information to support the speculation that missing Malaysia flight MH370 flew near Australia.“
Yet three days alter on March 20, debris was found 2500 km offshore SW of Western Australia and suspected to be Flight MH370 over some 5,200 km from its last contact point (I used an online distance checker to check this).
For comparison also refer to the Australian Maritime Safety Authority graphic as the location for the Australian planned search area for the debris "suspected" to be missing Flight MH370
(5th picture down) http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/...
Milestone: Note the relative position of the Australian search area in relation to the end point of the Southern Corridor. Plane graphic cuts it off a wee short but why not make it as long as the Northern one?
Can a Boeing 777 fly some 5,200 kms without stopping? Yes it can. http://www.boeing.com/boeing/commercial/777fa... Though other online sources say otherwise e.g. less than 4,000 kms before refuelling. Depends how much fuel it had on takeoff.
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