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KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said Friday on his Facebook account that the preliminary report on the missing MH370 flight was released based on the principle of openness and transparency.

"I set, as a guiding principle, the rule that as long as the release of information does not hamper the investigation or the search operation, in the interests of openness and transparency," he said.

Moreover, he said he appointed a team of experts to review all the information they had regarding the missing plane last week.

The MH370 preliminary report, released Thursday by the Transport Ministry, included among others an audio recording of conversation between the cockpit and the Kuala Lumpur Air Traffic Control and the cargo manifest.

Flight MH370 bound for Beijing with 230 people on board took off from Kuala Lumpur at 00:41 am local time on March 8 and disappeared from radar screen about an hour later.

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DOES'T IT MAKE SENSE

    Doesn't it make sense that anybody could tell "why they lost a passenger jet?"  Not Malaysia "again" , let's here from BOEING or UNITED AIRLINES or the Air Force " how to lose a passenger jet? " .
" how to lose a passenger jet? "  let it out of your "sight" for four hours, expect everyone on board to be "dead" and look for it where no one could live, deep in the ocean!  

    Why not admit you did not send up planes to keep track of the airplane that had turned-off course and turned-off it's ID signal because you didn't care and now what could mean Malaysia Control tower does care along with the Malaysian government what could possibly tip the scale of votes to say "we care"?  To advertise "Visit Malaysia" and say "we care" must be two different things.  The overall appearance of this incident " flight MH370 " is that those don't care will answer all the questions.  

       To the people of those on board this flight say don't go home stay right there and take Malaysian Air to court, suit after suit until they admit they have lost an airplane because we haven't given up hope it's those who can't care who are hopeless.  We should not stop searching for the people who flew on flight MH370 meaning when you search the sea you must not stop at the shore continue right up on dry land and search every possible measurement of land as well.  This statement as absurd as it seems indicates "how can you possibly lose a passenger airliner?"


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Post time 2014-5-4 18:14:32 |Display all floors
This post was edited by Ted180 at 2014-5-4 05:16

My guess is that the plane exploded in mid-air just south of Vietnam. Destroying all the transponders (as in the Long Island Sound explosion). The subsequent radar sightings and the satellite recordings were a technical error. It never went to the Indian Ocean. The search was futile. The wreckage sank too quickly to be found.
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Ted180 Post time: 2014-5-4 18:14
My guess is that the plane exploded in mid-air just south of Vietnam. Destroying all the transponder ...

It exploded before the search began then they will find the wreckage on it's course or once again it is an apples or oranges search(we are comparing it to the french Atlantic ocean disaster which hadn't turned off).

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The reason for my concern is that if there is a four(4)hour gap in known position sighting and search enacting there could be a 911 situation.  The atc(air traffic control) in the region did nothing until 06:14:14 except electronic search for the flight.  My postulate is with an airplane in an unknown flight-path the Air Force must be contacted to alert authorities on the ground w/ a visual sighting.

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This post was edited by broken_heart at 2014-5-4 22:08

These people in the atc Malaysia are the biggest hor--- as- talking about radar signals ----what happened to the ELTS that we have inquired about , this radio signal at 243MHZ will go of at any crash time, do they mention listening for the "airplane at 243MHZ ?"

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This post was edited by broken_heart at 2014-5-4 23:03

To quote William Shakespeare It is imperative to look not for where the airplane IS but to look for where the airplane is NOT.  AT THE VERY BEGINNING OF THE INVESTIGATION THIS IS TRUE, there is a procedure for finding a "lost" airplane 1.) ELTS uhf signal should locate the MAYDAY within 24hrs. 2.) due to the extreme conditions on the Earth there is a 30(thirty)day lifespan on the 37.5khz "black box" signal.  This procedure never comes to mind in the disaster of the No-show flight MH370.  This procedure must be taken as a whole entity both parts work together for completion of disaster recovery.  Maintaining where the aircraft is at all times is like the Bard up there means also where the plane is NOT.

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2009: Crash of Air France Flight AF447

Before the MH370 went missing, the most recent case was that of Air France flight AF447. The flight carrying 228 people from Rio de Janeiro to Paris vanished over the Atlantic Ocean on June 1 2009, after a few hours in the air. On June 6 and 7, the Brazilian military found wreckage, and bodies of some of the passengers. But what exactly had happened remained unknown until two years later when two black box recorders were found. In June 2012 French investigators issued their final report: ice crystals had obstructed air speed gauges in the aircraft, causing the autopilot to disconnect. The crew reacted incorrectly and the plane plunged into the ocean. All 228 passengers on board died.

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