A Startlingly Simple Theory about the Missing Malaysia Airlines Jet
Reblogged this on Spirit In Action and commented: Thank you for posting this. I like the idea of using common sense. I don’t understand why no one thought of this sooner.
“Recently obtained insider information reveals that a US Navy P-3C Orion maritime patrol aircraft has found visual evidence of apparent aircraft-related debris “1500 (nautical) miles west of Perth (Australia) and 3500 (nautical) miles north of Antarctica.” JKI understands this to be smack in the middle of the primary search area. Additionally, JKI was told what was seen was not what had been previously imaged by other satellites. ”Naturally, it will take surface ships to confirm it,” averred someone familiar with the breaking development. This latest sighting of apparent wreckage is also the product of some truly impressive airmanship, in that in order to make the sighting, which was done from a mere 200′ altitude, the Orion was bucking hurricane force winds from Tropical Cyclone Gillian, winds strong enough create 30′ waves. ” READ MORE>>> http://www.johnkettler.com/flight-370-found/
There appear to be two buildings that could hold a 777 located on Diego Garcia, (a UK island, The Island of Shame, rented to the USA where we keep a fleet of planes) at coordinates: 7°18’04.5″S 72°23’57.6″E -7.301244, 72.399332
Just copy and past and drop into Google Maps.
Credit “Montagraph” video blogger on YouTube. His video is compelling:
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