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malaysia mh370
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Sweden Beaneater 
just watched documentary on this, and now brain = potato mosh. how can a plane be gone like this did pilot do it? was there crazy malfunction with the instruments? did jesus take it with him into the sky?
2018-12-27 13:14
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#1
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Other xrist 
the pilots sold all passengers as slaves
2018-12-27 13:15
Got a link to the documentary?
2018-12-27 13:16
#4
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Sweden Beaneater 
youtube.com/watch?v=1LNsv9lKw30&t there are probably better ones for non swedes
2018-12-27 13:19
#31
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Sweden meistr0 
Mind doing a "+1" or "hey" etc comment, i want to watch this, but on my phone rn, and if you comment ill get a notification ;d
2018-12-27 13:48
#34
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Sweden Beaneater 
+1
2018-12-27 13:49
#26
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China P1k1 
Skillshare spies
2018-12-27 13:44
#3
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Brazil erfur 
The pilot who switched off the equipment flew until the fuel ran out and killed himself and everyone. He probably murdered the copilot.
2018-12-27 13:18
Yes that's a theory, and where is the rests of the plane?
2018-12-27 13:49
#36
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Brazil erfur 
in the Indian Ocean
2018-12-27 13:50
Yes but debries can always be found, why nothing has been found from this?
2018-12-27 13:53
#40
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Brazil erfur 
He must have fallen in the southern Indian Ocean and there is nothing there and no country knows about such an extensive area... Some parts of the plane appeared on the coast of Madagascar if I'm not mistaken.
2018-12-27 13:58
Nope, those weren't from this plane, there is just too many theories behind this but no real facts that's the thing, which is scary
2018-12-27 15:11
I think it was a lithium fire like on other crashed plain, it burn through the electrical system (which turned of the transponder), then the pilot tried to fly on pure hydraulics back but failed and crashed into mother earths anus
2018-12-27 13:19
#12
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Brazil erfur 
There was no power outage because the turbine communicated with the satellite but the Malaysian didnt have the service activated ... the satellite only received the requisition ... so they know that aircraft has been flying for a long time ... the pilot turned off the transpoder
2018-12-27 13:24
Those are 2 different systems. The RR engines have their own electrical power system, thats why the FADEC still works even though an entire airplane can loose the rest of its electrical systems. So RR can still get a ping even though the main electrical system went up in smokes. So if the lithium batteries under the cockpit catches fire, damaging the transponder and all cockpit functions and control system, the RR engines would still ping since they have their own electrical internal loop from the generators in the engines.
2018-12-27 13:28
#24
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Brazil erfur 
1st there is no flaw that makes a boeing 777 run out of communication only if it disintegrates in the air... 2nd The plane continued to fly for another 6 hours after losing communication. 3rd.. There are 2 transpoders and they can be turned off by the pilots... 4th... the primary radars of the army of malaysia and thailand took the plane flying but it went in and out of each country ... in my opinion this caused each country to leave for the other to solve, after all, an unidentified aircraft is shot down 5th an airplane doesnt make such a perfect trajectory so if there is no one in charge or the route has been programmed ... at one point it avoids the air space of Sumatra and goes to the ocean where the primary radars dont reach .... these facts eliminate electrical faults
2018-12-27 13:42
1) Irrelevant 2) Yeah? So? I explained why in my first post, use your eyes 3) So? I explained how they turned of 4) Yeah, because the electrical system died and they flew on hydraulic backup system alone, which is said in my first post 5) So? No-one have said that no-one was flying, why did you even mention this? No, it does not eliminate electrical faults, quite the opposite actually. Learn to read and understand english before replying next time.
2018-12-27 13:45
#30
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Sweden Beaneater 
*grabs popcorn*
2018-12-27 13:47
#43
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Sweden Beaneater 
secret bump
2018-12-27 23:17
#32
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Brazil erfur 
every trajectory that the plane made flying on the border between countries, the return to not invade the air space of Sumatra is not done with problems ...
2018-12-27 13:48
You obviously don't know anything about airplanes. Planes have had full FCS failures during flights and still flew normal landing pattern and landing. The flight of the MH370 is much much much easier than that
2018-12-27 13:53
#6
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Brazil Cold_beast 
Yes most probably someone in the cockpit went rogue. Because transponder was deliberately turned off. And the turns were manual
2018-12-27 13:22
City cockpit?
2018-12-27 13:21
#10
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Brazil Cold_beast 
Sorry error
2018-12-27 13:22
#9
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Sweden Beaneater 
if it happened i guess somebody must have killed somebody, co-pilot kills pilot or vise versa or even hijacking. that main pilot looked small and weak af i think it was co-pilot or those iran guys
2018-12-27 13:22
#14
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Brazil Cold_beast 
No those iran passport guys were not in the cockpit and they were I guess cleared. Main suspect of investigation was the pilot ahemed Shah I guess.
2018-12-27 13:25
#19
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Sweden Beaneater 
i wonder how he neutralized the co-pilot. killing or locking him out like that pilot who suicide in french alps in 2015 did. but then surely everyone would start to panic and make some kind of signal
2018-12-27 13:28
#16
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Brazil erfur 
I think that the pilot did...
2018-12-27 13:25
#8
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Romania DESEDEGOD 
dosia ate the plane )))
2018-12-27 13:21
#13
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Sweden Beaneater 
how did noone think about this
2018-12-27 13:24
#15
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Finland siloquez 
There was a documentary on National Geography Channel where it was told the pilot had lost a lot in stocks, told the copilot to get him coffee, locked the cockpit, turned off the radars(or whatever) and did what he did..
2018-12-27 13:25
#25
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Brazil rodrigo0079 
What he did?
2018-12-27 13:43
#33
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Finland siloquez 
Guess he dove the plane to water or the petrol ran out..
2018-12-27 13:49
Love those kind of stories. It's kinda sad they didn't find the plane, but they found a piece one year later.
2018-12-27 13:25
#18
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Brazil Cold_beast 
Did you really watch documentary or a YouTube video that was suggested to you? :P be honest because I myself watched it today
2018-12-27 13:26
#20
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Sweden Beaneater 
yeap and then i watched a longer one
2018-12-27 13:27
#23
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Brazil erfur 
If you a real brazilian look this: youtube.com/watch?v=R-0jYRz3MYU
2018-12-27 13:29
#27
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Brazil rodrigo0079 
Why would he be a real brazilian? He has a Sweden flag and speaks good English
2018-12-27 13:45
#29
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Brazil erfur 
To respondendo ao Cold_beast
2018-12-27 13:46
he pulled the nose to the sky and went into outer space. that's why they can't find him. plane is halfway to venus rn.
2018-12-27 13:29
Well they found wreckage washed up on east african coast so all the exotic theories are out the window
2018-12-27 13:55
#42
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Sweden Beaneater 
the most crazy thing though is how the passengers didn't react, i saw something about him making them uncouncious some way but i didnt understood what was meant
2018-12-27 23:13
#44
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Norway rogueplayer 
isn't it better to die with no pain and fear? i think thats what the pilot meant to do or what did u mean? havent read or watched too much about this incident
2018-12-27 23:17
#45
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Sweden Beaneater 
i just don't understand how he made them unconscious also co-pilot must have been neutralized without anyone noticing somehow plane was on wrong route for several hours: vid.alarabiya.net/images/2014/03/16/2f65.. everyone had smartphone aka minigps in 2014 so i guess they would react
2018-12-27 23:22
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