MH370 Secretly Landed In Kazakhstan ?

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TryhardNobody - Transponders operate in different modes (sometimes multiple modes simultaneously). The most common mode, mode A, is a four-digit code that identifies the flight. If the pilot had dialed in someone else's four-digit transponder code, the aircraft would have appeared on the controller's radar as a different flight.
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                <span class="User-335081" id="userPost52628416"><span class="User-127473" id="userPost52627964"><span class="User-127473" id="userPost52627823">But it wouldn't have appeard (normally) in a different <em>location</em>. They separate flights, so if all of a sudden Flight 370 was gone and a code corresponding to flight 400 was where 370 should be, it would be noticed quickly.</span></span></span></p>
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        <span class="User-335081" id="userPost52628416"><span class="User-127473" id="userPost52627964">Could they have it cross paths with a drone over the ocean and switch codes then send the drone in a different direction and crash it into the ocean? Or am i misunderstanding what youre saying?</span></span></blockquote>
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        <span class="User-335081" id="userPost52628416"><span class="User-127473" id="userPost52627964">Techically, yes. But I don't know of a drone that flies at the speeds airliners cruise at (they're pretty much all designed to loiter for long periods, which tends to limit their top speed). So unless there is a secret super fast drone, the speed difference would be an anomaly. <img alt="Phone Post 3.0" border="0" src="/images/phone/apple.png" style="vertical-align:middle;" /></span></span></p>
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<span class="User-335081" id="userPost52628416">Look up the Taranis drone. It travels mach 1 which is like 750mph right? And a 777 cruises around 550. Dont think speed would be a problem. Also if they wanted to, someone could just fly an empty jet up there by remote control and then switch codes with the full jet. Then crash the empty one by remote control into the ocean</span></blockquote>

Possibly, but now we're almost getting into the 'aliens did it' territory.

What I mean is, you can come up with all sorts of shit that COULD have been done. The logistics and sophsitication of using an expensive decoy drone/jet or having FSB operatives take command via the E/E compartment and send up false burst frequency offset data all start sounding almost as likely as saying 'it was aliens'. All to steal an airliner, full of people you now have to disappear? A plan that sophisticated would have to involve a major intelligence agency. All the countries that have those could just buy a fucking airliner if they needed a spare for some nefarious purpose. Could it have been to eliminate some person(s) on the flight? Perhaps, but again, why go to all that trouble? Just blow up the plane and blame it on someone else.

There just isn't a seemingly reasonable 'why' and that's making it almost impossible to figure out the 'how'.

 

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It's pretty obvious they couldn't hit the US but what about other countries? How about Israel? I know they are the best at intelligence could a plane hit somewhere in Israel before getting blown out of the sky?

TryhardNobody - Pfsjkd - the FSB sent agents after their agent Litvinenko chasing him across Europe and contaminating a bunch of places with radioactive polonium while trying to kill him. They eventually poisoned him and his insides melted out. Does that seem smart to you? Wouldnt a bullet be cheaper? Sometimes shit doesnt make sense or they are trying to send a message to other spies how much power they have. Dont really need to know the "WHY" about the plane. Just discussing if it is possible. Crazier things have happened for sure.


Not a good analogy, IMO. If anything, it tends to show that the likelyhood of pulling off such a super sophisticated plan is very, very, very low, if you consider the fact that a major intelligence agency couldn't even easily poison someone.



There are just layers and layers of issues with the drone/jet/Russian remote hijack that make it seem difficult to the point of ridiculousness. All to send a message?? Not buying it.



I'm not saying I know what did or didn't happen, I'm just applying Occam's razor a little bit. And yes, the 'why' would be absolutely crucial in figuring out what happened. You can bet they're going thru every passenger/crewmember's life with a fine-toothed comb.

TryhardNobody - Pfsjkd - the FSB sent agents after their agent Litvinenko chasing him across Europe and contaminating a bunch of places with radioactive polonium while trying to kill him. They eventually poisoned him and his insides melted out. Does that seem smart to you? Wouldnt a bullet be cheaper? Sometimes shit doesnt make sense or they are trying to send a message to other spies how much power they have. Dont really need to know the "WHY" about the plane. Just discussing if it is possible. Crazier things have happened for sure.

Putin somehow got a hold of MH370 plane for some unknown reason but couple of months later another Malasian airline plane was blown up over Ukraine? Coincidence>?

He just has real grudge against them, right? What did poor Malaysia ever do?