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    Posted March 31, 2014 by
    Franklinville, New Jersey
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    Malaysia Airlines Flight 370

    China's SAT Photos Revealed 'Vortex' Phenomenon

    During the initial reporting of the missing M370, the Chinese Authorities released SAT photos identifying (3) objects in the South China Sea, within the suspected Crash Zone. The Chinese Photos of objects were unfocused, possibly pixilated, and which was an unclear debris field. Chinese Authorities claimed SAT Photos were released by mistake, and did not provide evidence of Airplane debris. Maybe, the Chinese did further analysis, and determined, the SAT images were not of any objects, but something else, or of a significant event that could not be explained.
    Within the same time period, the Chinese reported a Seismic event within the suspected Crash Zone, which is a very unique event because the area has no volcanic activity, and has never been reported as a significant Seismic zone.
    I consider these events as significant, when the Chinese prematurely released SAT Photos and then unexpected claimed it was mistake, and Seismic event simultaneously occurring at the same time. Did they know, it was photograph of an unique 'Phenomenon' event, or not?

    I performed my own Graphics ‘Imagery’ Analysis on the China's SAT Photos of the suspected 'Objects', using Quality Enhancement and improving Resolution by refinement of pixels, and Clarification of image (focusing and filtering methods). My attached Enhanced 'imagery' analysis revealed that China's SAT Photo images are not of objects, but a unique 'Vortex' Phenomenal event showing Smoke and Water Plumes which visually is whirling, and forming a defined 'Conduit' structure, and that extended high into atmosphere. I think the Chinese Authorities should explain to the World, why they did not report or reveal a significant event, such as a 'Vortex' Phenomenal.
    Please review attached Graphics 'Enhanced' Photo and Video Graphics Process.

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