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M370's new last words: Could M370 have landed somewhere?

  • Kjk kjkj j kj; jk

    Kj; g gjh jgh g jkd h ;h dhj lhj fg hfgh djh d;jh fh ;lkjh ;lghj h glfkhj d; ghk djfkgh ;dgk khj d;ghj dg;k jd. Why would no one send mayday? Because it wasn't going down. Now the black box had failed, but the plane shouldn't plummet down. So, it had to have landed somewhere. The question is where.So it probably landed in a location with no cell access. In addition to no wreckage found in a year, it should have landed.

  • Kjk kjkj j kj; jk

    Kj; g gjh jgh g jkd h ;h dhj lhj fg hfgh djh d;jh fh ;lkjh ;lghj h glfkhj d; ghk djfkgh ;dgk khj d;ghj dg;k jd. Why would no one send mayday? Because it wasn't going down. Now the black box had failed, but the plane shouldn't plummet down. So, it had to have landed somewhere. The question is where.So it probably landed in a location with no cell access. In addition to no wreckage found in a year, it should have landed.

  • No evidence of impact

    Highly sceptical with the authorities which seem to want to steer us into believing that the aircraft went down in the Southern Indian Ocean. Consider, North Korea on the basis of malevolence or one of the many wartime airstrips in Burma or of course, Afghanistan or one of the other 'stans'. Valuable aircraft to repaint or cannibalise. Passengers might be occupied by the culprits or 'invalidated'.

  • It had to land

    Why would no one send mayday? Because it wasn't going down. Now the black box had failed, but the plane shouldn't plummet down. So, it had to have landed somewhere. The question is where.So it probably landed in a location with no cell access. In addition to no wreckage found in a year, it should have landed.

  • Ufo or landing?

    The strange ‘behaviour’ of the missing jet liner suggests yet another alien abduction / UFO encounter. How can a football field sized aircraft with 250 souls on board, loaded with the latest technology, disappear in a blink of an eye, sending no ‘Mayday’ and leaving no traces?

    Read this article published after the plane went missing.
    Http://www.Mockoblog.Com/?P=1036

  • It Is Possible

    Given the limited information we have about this planes location, I would say it is absolutely possible that it landed somewhere. I was talking with my family about this exact possibility yesterday. We determined that it was more than unlikely, but it should still remain a possibility. The plane has to be somewhere, but I assume it's at the bottom of the ocean, somewhere.

  • yes its very strange

    Cat and mouse with suicide seems an unusual concept, why fly for 5 hours
    and then crash?. All of this evidence was suggested but denied in the
    early stages,not sure why. Oil slicks in the ocean, sightings of debris,
    a well planned route to avoid radar and reports of passengers not
    boarding the plan says to me that there may be more than a disillusioned
    pilot involved. If Afganistan is a possible location that raises the
    eyebrows even further.

  • No way jose

    It's gone, and that's it. In this world of cell phones and Pings, there is not even one random cell phone signal from one of the passengers phones. Face it. The plane is at the bottom of an ocean. We cannot cling on to baseless hope like this, they are gone for good.

  • It is nearly impossible that flight M370 landed safely

    Flight M370 was a Malaysian commercial airline that mysteriously disappeared. After a grueling search, with the world community exhausting all resources, the plane failed to turn up. The most likely scenario is that the plane went off course and crashed into the deepest depths of the ocean. Mainstream thinkers subscribe primarily to this theory. However, there are alternative conspiracy theories that suggest the plane may have landed. While, this is seemingly unlikely, it is not entirely impossible.

  • M370 unlikely to have landed

    After being missing for all this time, it is highly unlikely that flight M370 could have landed somewhere without someone having leaked the information to the press. Of all the hundreds of passengers on board, had they landed, someone would have no doubt used their mobile phone to call a friend or family member and keeping something like the landing of an enormous aircraft that half the world is looking for a secret would be nigh on impossible in these days of the internet.


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