19 March 2014: I believe the initial radar track discussed below 6 days ago was 100% correct: MH370 flew into the wide expanse of the Indian Ocean. I now believe, as unlikely as it has appeared to me since then, that whoever was piloting the aircraft did what was necessary to avoid radar detection by both Indian air defense and the US radar at Diego Garcia.
I think the pilot(s) made it to the Maldive Islands just prior 6 AM there local time, were slightly off their anticipated course of paralleling commercial route P756 to the west, and thereby over-shot a planned landing there.
A news report today originating from one of the Maldives Islands has very interesting data in it. On 08MAR14 at 06:15 local time numerous eyewitnesses on the Maldives Island known as Kuda Huvadhoo saw what they described as a "low flying, white colored jumbo jet with red stripes" pass overhead and moving from the northwest to the southeast. That's a pretty good description of what could well be MH370 passing by at low altitude and at a good rate of speed. At that time and at that range the aircraft was very likely low on fuel and was passing over Kuda Huvadhoo on a return leg after missing a planned landing on Gan Island, Addu Atoll, which lies to the immediate south of Kuda Huvadhoo. Gan Island is pretty much nothing more than a runway attached by causeways (Link Road) to other islands to the north.
A quick refueling of MH370 by on the ground accomplices and once again this aircraft could have been gone to parts unknown in short order, possibly even to the current speculated destinations of Pakistan or Iran. At a minimum I would hope authorities have or will shortly check this place out by all means possible.
15 March 2013: Here are FOUR more established facts:
1.) The Aircraft Communications and Reporting System (ACARS) installed on board MH370 continued to function after someone onboard deliberately attempted to shut if off a full 14 minutes after BOTH OF THE REDUNDANT Flight Data Transponders were disabled.
2.) The attempt to shut down the ACARS was only partially successful, and the radio continued to transmit engine performance data in real-time. Extrapolation of specific parameters within the transmitted data will aid to locate the flight path of MH370 until the ACARS stopped transmitting, which by all current indications appears to be when the engines were shut down.
3.) At no time was there any indication from ACARS of any malfunction in either of MH370s engines, nor was there any parametric data transmitted by the aircraft which indicated catastrophic malfunction.
4.) More fuel, a lot more fuel, than was needed for the originally scheduled KL-Beijing flight was loaded onboard MH370s tanks prior to take-off. So much more fuel that Malaysia Airlines officials are now on record saying the aircraft had more than 7 hours worth of fuel onboard when it disappeared. 7 hours! That means the aircraft could have been flown completely across the Indian Ocean as far as Somalia, Yemen and even as far as Iran. Or, it could have landed at some remote, covert landing strip and still have enough fuel for another more sinister flight in the near future.
All of these facts combine to indicate that deliberate human actions were directly involved in the disappearance of MH370 from its scheduled flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, and that all of the incredible risks taken to secure this aircraft make its next intended purpose well worth it to whom ever has possession of it today.
13 March 2014: Yes, I have been very closely monitoring the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines FLT 370 (aircraft image above: Malaysian Registration Number 9M-MRO clearly visible) from the get-go. And, yes, I have my own theory to account for the extraordinary amount of high strangeness surrounding the total disappearance of this aircraft, its crew and passengers. However, I have not, until now, posted anything about this because it has nothing to do with Bible prophecy. That aside, there are enough folks inquiring about what I know about this that my silence is no longer golden. In fact, some may take a very dim view of my theory.