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(N.Morgan) In a breaking development in the missing MH370 airplane mystery, it is now believed parts of the wing have been found in the Indian ocean, in the area of Madagascar

Malaysian Authorities are almost certain the parts found indeed came from the Lost MH370 flight.

Malaysia is “almost certain” that plane debris found on Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean is from a Boeing 777, the deputy transport minister said on Thursday, heightening the possibility it could be wreckage from missing Flight MH370.

The object, which is believed be to be part of a wing, was being sent to offices of France’s BEA crash investigation agency in Toulouse to verify if was indeed the first trace of the lost plane to be found, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said.

Malaysia Airlines was operating a Boeing 777 on the ill-fated flight, which vanished in March last year while en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing in one of the most baffling mysteries in aviation history.

The plane was carrying 239 passengers and crew.

Search efforts led by Australia have focused on a broad expanse of the southern Indian Ocean off Australia.

Reunion Island, where the debris was found washed up on Wednesday, is a French overseas department roughly 3,700 km (2,300 miles) away, east of Madagascar.

“The location is consistent with the drift analysis provided to the Malaysian investigation team, which showed a route from the southern Indian Ocean to Africa,” Najib said in a statement.

I would be remiss if I didn’t point out that   If it’s really from that airplane, it is way far from where it was last spotted, near the southern tip of Vietnam—roughly 3,800 miles away.

Which means it’s also way far from where the search for the plane has been concentrated.

The Volume of Space Below Eight Miles

The surface area of a sphere with radius r is A=4πr^2.

The radius of the earth is about 4,000 miles, so its surface area is approximately 200,000,000 square miles.

Thus the volume of space below eight miles is this number multiplied by eight — about one and one-half billion cubic miles.

If an aircraft had an infinite amount of fuel, it could fly around undetected for a very long time.

Even given that radar covers most land areas, a plane continuing to fly over oceans would have a billion cubic miles in which to disappear.

The arrow on the right shows the approximate last known position of MH370, the one near Madagascar shows Réunion Island, where the wreckage was found.  GOOGLE MAPS



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    • doggy do

      Dang, guess I was wrong to trust the posters at BIN. I was sure that this mystery was “solved” after someone at BIN posted that he/she was “sure” the plane was on the ground either in russia, bolivia, afghanistan, iran/iraq, pakistan, talibanistan, niburu, planet X, or anywhere other than where it was logically thought to be, and various groups were holding all passengers hostage. After all, I get all my news at BIN, don’t you?

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    • Arlene Johnson

      If a Boeing 777 can be remotely flown, which I think it can be, my theory is that once all the passengers had been killed off, including the IBM engineer who got a text off when in captivity because he hid his mobile up his anus, then the plane was remotely flown until it reached the destination where people now found it.

      The motive to kill the passengers was because the revenue from the patent was shared by Rothschild and the 4 Chinese inventors of what was patented. With them dead, Rothschild would be 100% owner, thus reap 100% of the benefit instead of having to share it at the rate of 20% with the inventors.

      • DK

        Not actually the motive, Patents are fluid things, when you apply for one you find out the Patent agent adds lots of stuff ‘for your benefit’ which takes it from a narrow patent to a broad one making the thing impossible to get through the process, if it is going through it could take a decade of writes and rewrites bouncing back between you and the Patent office as objections both real and imagined are thrown at the applicant (helpfully aided by the patent agents broadening of the application) until the scope of the patent is narrow enough to satisfy the Patent Office, until which time it is ‘Patent Pending’ and an extremely expensive time consuming process which can go on for a decade or more.

        Most researchers who apply for patents are doing so to involve sponsors and backers into the project as well as gain publicity for the lab and its researchers, if they were not a commercial they would have just written a paper.

        • DK

          sic. “if they were not a commercial lab they would have just written a paper.” :mrgreen:

    • Anonymous

      Where is the island of Diego Garcia in the map?.

      • DK

        Shuussh, its not on the map so the Islanders who were ‘indentured corporate employees’ by the UK cannot find it and prove they lived their, by if you do a search for Philip Wood 4chan, there is a black photograph you can download where with hexadecimal editing software the iphone GPS location can be found.

        Entering same into Google earth gives you the hangar ‘under’ which the iphone claims to be.

        Or simply look at an atlas of British dependent territories in the Indian Ocean, it is the only one.

    • Pink Slime

      Hello Angle#3(prelim),

      Charlie here. You know what bothers me the most about it? Charlie believes they know where the plane went down or have a good idea but they CAN’T REVEAL IT BECAUSE it would reveal the technological capabilities too secret to be known.

      They fully know what happened and was put in a catch-22 position and here they decided the risk was too great to reveal. They know where every plane is flying transponder off or not.


      Charlie (who is always in a catch-22 position when he passes a doughnut shop) :lol:

    • TPenny

      Something not quite right here. Flaperon located Wednesday, presumably with a unique part number that identifies and registers it to a specific plane. Yet it still cannot be officially confirmed after 4 days if it is indeed from MH370. My sources, who I can’t reveal for security reasons, tell me that once they input the part number in the computer it takes a micro second to reveal the history of that part and identify the plane it is registered to! However, I am told that the computer they are using is a first generation Pentium, and the reason its taking so long is that they cannot source parts for it as they stopped making them over 20 years ago. Don’t worry, agents are scouring ebay, craigslist, and waiting for the Sunday fleamarket to open to source parts. Nothing to see here, go back to sleep, Russia did it, Al Quada did it, have you seen the remote.




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