sexta-feira, 27 de junho de 2014

MH370's New Search Area Far From Aircraft Fueled Range

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"The new priority area is still focused on the seventh arc, where the aircraft last communicated with satellite. We are now shifting our attention to an area further south along the arc," Australian Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss told reporters in Canberra.

We, professional pilots, can have this logical reasoning:

There wouldn’t be the seventh ping if there weren't the six previous pings, so researchers cannot force us to accept their calculations for the flight mileage totaling 4700 nautical miles, where they assume that the wreckage of the plane could be found.

Once the aircraft took off from Kuala Lumpur direct to waypoint IGARI, and it deflected westward (VAMPI waypoint), and from there it had its navigation to the first ping, and after this point it took heading to the South until it reaches the new search area on the seventh arc, thus totaling 4700 nautical miles of flight, but the plane was fueled for not flying  beyond 3200 nautical miles.

Why do they insist on searching the aircraft black boxes 1500 NM far from the plane fuel range?

We can think either the seven pings are INMARSAT false signals or the searchers have hidden crucial information about MH370 true flight path.

domingo, 8 de junho de 2014

Plausible Approach Based on the First Three Pings

Mrs. Katherine Tee’s words:

“On the night in question (7th-8th March), I was standing a night watch alone. Well, sitting, really. Watching the stars, since I had been spending the passage identifying and learning a new constellation every night. And I thought I saw a burning plane cross behind our stern from port to starboard; which would have been approximately North to South. It was about half the height of other flights which I had been gazing at during that part of the passage. Since that's not something you see every day, I questioned my mind. I was looking at what appeared to be an elongated plane glowing bright orange, with a trail of black smoke behind it. It did occur to me it might be a meteorite. But I thought it was more likely I was going insane.”

“Na noite em questão (7-8 de Março), eu estava em pé  [acordada] sozinha observando a noite. Bem, sentada, na realidade. Observando as estrelas, uma vez que eu tinha estado gastando a jornada identificando e aprendendo acerca de uma nova constelação a cada noite. E eu pensei que   vi um avião em chamas passar por trás de nossa popa, da esquerda para direita, o que seria aproximadamente do Norte para o Sul. Ele estava acerca da metade da altura de outros voos , os quais  eu tinha estado a contemplar  durante essa parte da jornada. Uma vez que isso não é algo que se vê todos os dias, eu questionei a minha mente. Eu estava olhando para o que parecia ser um avião alongado na cor laranja clara incandescente, com um rastro de fumaça preta atrás dele. Ocorreu-me que poderia ser um meteorito. Mas eu pensei que fosse mais provável que eu estivesse ficando maluca.”

MH370 turning towards West

Mrs. Katherine Tee's plane insight
Mrs. Katherine Tee's ship path map