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Post time 2014-3-28 08:40:05 |Display all floors
This post was edited by abramicus at 2014-3-28 09:05

The British press is all over the place trumpeting the latest "admission" of its Malaysian sidekick, that the plane did carry dangerous cargo after all - lithium batteries - and are positing the latest theory of a long list of fake leads, that the plane caught fire and self-destructed.

Actually, that factoid is totally irrelevant to the real story of what happened to the plane, which has been proven to be flying up to at least 8:19 AM of March 8, 2014, a full 7 hrs 39 minutes after it took off from Kuala Lampur.  This duration of flight is IMPOSSIBLE to achieve with the original fuel on board the plane, which was metered to last its intended trip to Beijing of 5 hours 50 minutes, plus at most another 1 hour of flying time for emergencies, or an absolute maximum of 6 hrs 50 minutes.  To fly another 49 long minutes more, the plane MUST HAVE REFUELED before it reached its final destination.

If the plane was proven in the end to have burned up because of lithium on board, it only proves that the plane had refueled first, took off, and then burned itself up.  The burning lithium event could not have occurred before the plane had refueled, because in that event, the plane could not have refueled, and therefore could not have been detected to be flying still at 8:19 AM.

The British press is also all over the place touting its NON SEQUITUR FALLACY, that because the plane burned up in midair due to the lithium batteries, that it explains how the plane disappeared and "in a direct straight flight to the Indian Ocean" . . . but NOT SO FAST . . . disappeared 7 hours after the plane was last detected on civilian radar in Malaysia without the fuel to fly that long?  It explains nothing.  Neither did it prove the plane flew in a striaght path along the Southern Corridor (Pocus) because the duration of flight of 7 hr 39 minutes is a FIXED FACT that requires a refueling stop, and no direct flight is possible.  In fact, a direct flight from KL to wherever is its final destination is simply IMPOSSIBLE.  To use a non-fact to explain away a fact . . . the clock data that does not lie . . . is not only a NON SEQUITOR FALLACY.

IT IS A PLAIN LIE.   THE NEXT LOGICAL QUESTION IS THEREFORE WHAT ARE MALAYSIA, UK AND AUSTRALIA/NZ HIDING?  WHY SO MANY LIES?   HOCUS TO THE NORTH WEST, POCUS TO THE SOUTH WEST, AND NOW, ABRACADABRA THAT A BURNING PLANE CAN FLY LONGER THAN A REGULAR PLANE WITH THE FIXED AMOUNT OF FUEL ON BOARD THE MH370, ONLY PROVES ONE THING -- IT IS TIME FOR MALAYSIA, UK AND AUSTRALIA/NZ TO OWN UP TO THE TRUTH BEFORE CHINA FINDS OUT AND THINGS GET REAL UGLY REAL FAST.  YOUR MARINES BEING BUILT UP DOES NOT MAKE A DIFFERENCE TO CHINA.  THE TRUTH, THE HONESTY, AND THE CORRECTION OF THE MISTAKE DO.  TIME FOR THOSE IN THE KNOW IN AUSTRALIA TO OWN UP TO THE MISTAKE VOLUNTARILY AND DENOUNCE THOSE WHO MADE THE MISTAKE BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE.


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Post time 2014-3-28 09:05:06 |Display all floors
I would say the fuel logs from KL need to be verified to support that argument.
You are assuming they only had 7 hours of fuel, but the 777 can carry up to 15 hours of fuel.
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Post time 2014-3-28 09:22:26 |Display all floors
This post was edited by abramicus at 2014-3-28 10:19
jay_dee Post time: 2014-3-28 09:05
I would say the fuel logs from KL need to be verified to support that argument.
You are assuming the ...

WHATSOEVER YOU DO TO THE LEAST OF MY BRETHEN, YOU HAVE DONE SO UNTO ME . . .

777's or any kind of commercial airplane carries only enough fuel to reach its next destination, plus another 45 minutes of extra fuel in case of emergencies.  Allow another extra 15 minutes of flight fuel, and you have an absolute margin of 1 hour of flight fuel added to the 5 hrs 50 minutes of expected flying time, and you have a maximum flying time of 6 hr 50 minutes.  The plane MH370 took off at 12:40 AM and was last noted to be flying at 8:19 AM, for a total flight time of 7 hr 39 minutes.  

This exceeds the maximum flying time of the MH370 by 49 minutes, which makes a REFUELING STOP an absolute necessity.  Even an extra flying time of 30 minutes would have demanded an answer to the question of where the plane had first landed and refueled, what more of an extra flying time of 49 minutes!.  The clock does not lie.

It is time for the responsible authorities in Australia to own up to its mistakes, take corrective actions, and make sure this never will ever happen again.  Again, China is a civilized and merciful country.  As a civilized country, China also has the duty to make sure its citizens are treated in a civilized manner by other countries in the world.  "Civis Romanus Sum" was grandeur of Rome . . . and now, "Sum Seres Civium" will be the glory of China for the rest of human civilization.  But Australia must first voluntarily own up to its mistake, take corrective actions, and prevent its recurrence.  Those who know must now speak up or forever hold their "peace" (guarantee it won't be very peaceful for a very long, long time, if China finds out the truth by itself).  The doers of the wrong must be outed, condemned and made accountable.  The hostages must be freed.  The bodies must be returned to China and other countries for a dignified and proper burial.




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Post time 2014-3-28 09:35:02 |Display all floors
You are a fool making outrageous claims as usual.
Perhaps the plane was fully fueled to minimize expensive fuel charges in China.
Maybe they got a discounted fuel rate in KL?
Boeing 777-200 specs;
Maximum Fuel Capacity: 31,000 U.S. gal (117,340 L)
Maximum Range: 5,240 nautical miles (9,700 km)
Flight distance from KL to Beijing: 2,700 nautical miles  (4,350 km)


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Post time 2014-3-28 10:24:33 |Display all floors
jay_dee Post time: 2014-3-28 09:35
You are a fool making outrageous claims as usual.
Perhaps the plane was fully fueled to minimize exp ...

This kind of disinformation is to be expected.  Nobody fills the 777 to anywhere near its maximum capacity, as jay_dee simplistically implies with his stats, which we all know of.  The 777 was filled like all other airplanes with only enough fuel to reach its next destination, plus another 45 minutes of flying time fuel as a safety precaution, up to 1 hour maximum.

More disinformation means refusal to tell the truth . . .  which is knocking at the door . . . confess and repent now, in the days of your dispensation, the day of the reckoning is coming soon.

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Post time 2014-3-28 22:57:48 |Display all floors
What mistake is it that you think the UK, Australia or indeed NZ have made? What is it you think their responsibility for what happened is?

The plane was Malaysian therefore it is their responsibility & their problem. Nothing to do with any of the above countries; they offered to assist but are not obliged to help.

You should be grateful those countries are offering assistance, not sniping from the sidelines with conspiracies based on press speculation. The press don't know what happened either:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-26671224

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Post time 2014-3-29 07:34:46 |Display all floors
Produce the fuel records and we'll see.
I guess you never fill your gas tank up either, with just enough to reach the next destination.
You must spend a lot of time at petrol stations, buying it at $20 at a time.
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