Tuesday, 25 March 2014

Missing MH370: Full of Questions

Najib Razak has announced that missing flight MH370 crashed in the southern Indian Ocean.He said that was the conclusion of fresh analysis of satellite data tracking the flight.
hah.......that right

The airliner that is rated as one of the safest aircraft based on its accident safety record and high number of flight hours which just has been involved in three confirmed hull-loss accidents as of March 2014; the Asiana Airlines Flight 214 accident in July 2013 was the first fatal crash of the aircraft in 18 years of commercial service?

With the most experiences pilot Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah, 53,a veteran pilot who joined Malaysia Airlines in 1981 and logged 18,000 hours of flying experience and co-pilot Fariq Abdul Hamid who joined Malaysia Airlines in 2007 at the age of 20, gained about 2,700 hours of flight experience?

How can there are no distress signal?
How can a big plane suddenly disappear out of the radar?
Why it's takes too long for the official from MAS?
How the two-years stolen passport,only now they detect it? Don't they do their work before?
Why too many countries appear for help just as it seen to be planned?
From the expert they have emphasized the unknowability of the entire situation. How can this happen?
The contradictory nature of much 'evidence'?
How Malaysian military missed MH370 going back across the country?
Is it true Marconi radar detection Gong Kedak impractical?
The cause of the plane over direction?
What other proof satellite footage? 


"When you hear hoof-beats, think horses no zebras"

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