MH370 AND JINDALEE (WHISTLEBLOWER)

Originally posted on theylietousall:
When MH370 was in the air just over 12 months ago, I heard reports saying that it had headed south into the Indian Ocean airspace. My immediate reaction was one of relief. I knew that Jindallee – the over the horizon radar system developed by Australians and funded by taxpayers – would have no problem locating it. Jindalee exists to provide an early warning system to protect Australia’s west coast. Given the current height of tension in regard to the problems in the Middle East and Afghanistan, and Australia’s role, it was obvious that if any… Continue reading MH370 AND JINDALEE (WHISTLEBLOWER)

MH370 Moist Towelette Reduction

My Doubt Radar is in overdrive. In the last 24 or so hours, a story has emerged regarding the discovery of a remarkably pristine looking moist towelette bearing the Malaysia Airlines logo on its outer packaging, apparently washed up on a beach in Western Australia. I’ve only had opportunity to briefly peruse the stories and images, but I’m already calling ‘BULLSHIT’.  Initially, I was prepared to call bullshit within a minute of looking at the OBVIOUSLY STAGED pictures – until I found that the article (linked to above) stated clearly that the images were a “recreation”.  (Well, that just confirms … Continue reading MH370 Moist Towelette Reduction

MH370 – A 777 Pilot’s Theory

I was very recently up in the north of Australia somewhere, and happened to meet a guy who was a pilot.  “Commercial jets”, he said.  My ears pricked up, and I asked what jets we were talking about.  “Triple 7’s”, he said.  So I pressed him for an answer on what he thought the fate of the missing commercial airliner MH370 was (and I did have to push a little…).  As this was a man who flew this particular model of aircraft, I consider it worthy of sharing his perspective on the possible sequence of events. Here is his speculated … Continue reading MH370 – A 777 Pilot’s Theory