Near-conclusive evidence that Malaysia Airlines MH370 was hijacked: cockpit tampering deliberately hid plane from radar
14 April 2014: In the past 24 hours new information come to light which adds significant and specific gravity to the theory I proposed below, now highlighted in yellow. MH370 was deliberately turned around in a radical manner and flown back over the Malay Peninsula in a westerly direction and at a very low altitude in order to hide the aircraft from radar detection.
An article in the New Straits Times of 12 April reports that co-pilot Fariq Abdul Hamid on MH370 made an attempt to reconnect with his cell phone's service provider as the aircraft flew at a low altitude over Penang, Malaysia. It so happens that Penang, Malaysia is barely 5 miles from the airport I cite below south of Georgetown at Batu Maung. Yesterday's edition of the New York Daily News repeated this report, as did the British online newspapers DailyMail, Independent and Mirror with banner headlines:
Missing flight MH370 was ''thrown around like a fighter jet'' in deliberate bid to avoid radar detectionAt the minimum, the theory I proposed below which based upon information I had collected at that time would have saved a lot of time, effort and cash spent by several nations sending their military forces in a futile wild goose chase effort to search an extremely remote area of the Indian Ocean when MH370 is located thousands of miles away to the northwest. There must be something of great significance at stake for so many governments around the world to engage in a full-blown charade such as this MH370 saga has become.
11 April 2014: An uncorroborated report from a Russian website known as MX.ru posted an article today claiming that according to an anonymous source within the Russian security services (think: FSB) MH370 was hijacked by persons other than the pilot/copilot and that the aircraft had "hard landing" on a rural road in Taliban-controlled area southeast of Kandahar near the the virtually lawless Pakistan-Afghanistan border. The report claims the passengers are alive, safe and subsistence living in small groups of seven individuals per hut in this remote area; the aircraft had suffered a broken wing due to the hard landing.
As with General McInerney's very similar statements in this regard, the Afghan-Pakistan border region (south of Kandahar, and west of Quetta) that could be searched by several nations with overhead reconnaissance satellite capabilities is far smaller and more refined than the fruitless and futile distractions that have been occurring in the deep south and great depths of the Indian Ocean.
20 March 2014: Everyone has a theory about what happened to Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370. Now its my turn.
The two transponders are now silent having been manually switched off. The aircraft is now on a western heading at low altitude (ground clutter of the Malay Peninsula is hiding it effectively from ATC radar). On radar the aircraft then suddenly appears to be ascending in altitude over the Malacca Straits as if it were a flight out of the airport just south of Georgetown, Malaysia (in the vicinity of Batu Maung). During this brief dark time the aircraft transponders were reprogrammed with the manipulation of a couple of switches and dials by the onboard Flight Engineer; they are turned back on, but are now squawking a completely different aircraft ID and data set. The pilots and flight engineer (or whomever has commandeered this aircraft) are now communicating on a different radio frequency also. They are mimicking a different aircraft on a different flight to a different place on the earth.
They rise in altitude and maintain a bearing on air corridor P765, flying to the west toward the Middle East and squawking the new transponder ID and data set. They are in routine air traffic control communications as a completely different flight. They have effectively and electronically hidden MH370 in plain sight.
So, about five hours or so later let's say they show up at the Maldives' Gan Island Airport for a refueling stop. The local saw them at 06:15 AM, woke the entire island up it seems. Again, the aircraft commandeers have no reason to worry about being detected on radar by anyone, they were just one of several hundred other commercial flights in the air at 0'dark thirty early that morning. And who really checks the aircraft's registration numbers on the fuselage at 0'dark thirty? (Nobody does except aircraft aficionados and that's usually at large airports far removed from the Maldives.)
This might be the big national security secret Uncle Sam and Israel are aware of. No one has made mention of anything like this that I am aware of. This is what I think the IC sources have told Gen. McInerney and he has repeated a couple of times now on FoxNews. Aircraft these days, post-9/11 world that is, have far too many critical control and communication devices that can be manually turned on/off or altered in their setting by anyone with a full set of fingers and a desire to do so. This type of action is better than a stealth aircraft any day of the week, and it's more cost effective than any other multi-hundred billion dollar stealth program. This also how you get a nondescript WMD platform very close to its intended target. Pure deception. This is my theory, take it or leave it, your choice.
24 March 2014 UPDATE: About The Satellite 'Ping' Arc
Here we're going to get into (just a little bit) some of the reasoning behind my theory on where MH370 went. My theory is partially based upon this image above. It shows both the northern and southern arc that were generated by the receipt of a single engine ping received by the Inmarsat geosynchronous satellite on the morning of 8 March 2014. The thing here is that the public was told that MH370 could have been anywhere along that several thousand mile-long arc in the microsecond the ping was received. Well, the entire arc is continuous, even though the northern and southern portions are not connected with a continuous red line in the image above. This arc represents the furthest extent which the satellite could have "seen" where the ping could have come from and that is all it represents. So, the information the public was given about this arc was only a partially truthful statement.
I happen to know that just one satellite is not enough to resolve an electromagnetic ping to a geographic location on or above the earth with any precision. A minimum total of three satellites are necessary to resolve the geographic location of such a ping. A constellation of three satellites could narrow the location of the pinging device down to an ellipse of about perhaps a half mile by one mile, or something like that. With three satellites resolving the location of the ping it would have been a pretty small area to search, that's for darn sure. I used to locate deployed foreign military assets the same way, one "ping" of their electromagnetic emitter was all it took to locate that asset with a small ellipse.
So, with just one satellite having received a single ping the area of the surface or air immediately above earth from which the ping was received by the satellites antenna would have to be in the shape of an imaginary wedge, not an arc. In the case of MH370 this imaginary wedge shape would extend from the position of the satellite over the equator (red box) to both the northern and southern ends of the southern arc. The farthest point of the arc edge would be right on the surface of the ocean, and the satellite (box) would extend up to the maximum ceiling (altitude) for the 777 aircraft. So, to visualize this wedge I simply drew two lines on the original map, one line to the northern part of the arc and then one to the southern end of the arc. Inside this wedge shape below look what at what islands are closest to the satellite on the equator. The Maldives.