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    Posted March 23, 2014 by
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    Malaysia Airlines Flight 370

    MH370 Malaysian Plane found!

    We strongly believe that these pictures from Tomnod show the wreckage of the plane MH370 off the Vietnamese coast, in the location it would be, given currents, if it went down at the point where it was originally thought to have gone down.

    Our location IS on the "arc" of the satellite ping.

    Here are the locations of the debris found:


    and then there is lots of debris running north east from there

    especially around


    and http://www.tomnod.com/nod/challenge/mh370_indian_ocean/map/2520

    and surrounding tiles - looks like it could be little pieces in a wing shape a little south west and south east of here too

    all the way up to the following







    are around the tail area

    and possibly this too (it actually could be the tail) http://www.tomnod.com/nod/challenge/mh370_indian_ocean/map/2984

    Reasons to distrust the tracking of MH370 (radar data)

    1. The data suggests the plane went up to 45000 ft and then rapidly fell to a very low altitude.

    Most pilots agree that the data that says that the plane went up to 45000ft and fell rapidly (in 1 min or less) down to very low and

    then continued to fly is FALSE because no plane could survive that fall and fly on for hours after that - it would break up if it fell

    that quickly.

    2. There was a lot of distrust of this data at the beginning of the whole investigation - Malaysian authorities said there was no way

    that data could be correct.

    3. Even if the DIRECTIONAL part of the data is correct, but the ALTITUDE info is suspect, then we only know the plane's actual direction

    for the first few hours - the plane may not have gone south or north - it may have gone back to close to its original location which is also

    "on the arc" from the satellite

    For more info see http://www.txttoad.com/MalaysianAirlines370.htm
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