Started by Cindi, March 12, 2014, 02:16:35 AM
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Quote from: Cindi on March 12, 2014, 04:30:18 AMThe Valentich case is indeed strange. So is this missing Boeing 777. Now they are saying the plane turned around and flew back over the Malay peninsula and so they are searching in a completely different place, west of Malaysia instead of east of Malaysia. Internet users around the world are looking at detailed satellite images and are helping with the search. http://youtu.be/drN4fQ6ZB90
Quote from: SarDragon on March 12, 2014, 04:33:58 AMThat worked really well in the Fossett search.Not.
Quote from: Cindi on March 12, 2014, 02:16:35 AMI have been following the strange case of the Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777. Hopefully, they are looking at the right place now to search. I guess I can blame my interest on the Civil Air Patrol. Decades ago I was sent to Malaysia for a month on the International Air Cadet Exchange program. The year was 1969 and Malaysia and Indonesia were new to the program. Malaysia was experiencing terrible and historic race riots that summer between the ethnic Malays and the more wealthier Chinese and Indians. My parents were wondering why Malaysia as there were all these killings there. One call to our handy wing air force liaison officer Major Bassett settled the matter: They were not killing Americans! Next stop KL (Kuala Lumpur). But my travel arrangements were screwed up and I missed my MATS flight from Travis. I ended up flying alone to Bangkok and finally got to KL. I was befriended by a friendly Chinese gentlemen at the airport and stayed at his house till I got a hold of the air attache at the embassy in Kuala Lumpur. They even sent a car over to pick me up. Well it was one hell of a month.I missed the tour of the Batu Caves but I have had to live with that. In this mining town of Ipoh, I was embarrassed to discover as we left this bar plus that it was a house of ill repute! Everyone was laughing at me. I wondered why this girl was playing with my watch. I do remember flying in a Cessna with a gentlemen from the Royal Selangor Flying Club and just missing by 500 feet a Malaysia Singapore airliner just above us. Our pilot looked surprised to see the airliner. Our experiences included getting covered by leeches, stalked by a tiger and even being offered opium by one kind Chinese fellow. We all respectively declined. I often wondered if I would of said, "Hell yes, fire that pipe up!" lol.
Quote from: Cindi on March 12, 2014, 04:40:52 AMQuote from: SarDragon on March 12, 2014, 04:33:58 AMThat worked really well in the Fossett search.Not.If I recall correctly, they were concentrating their efforts on Nevada when Fossett went down in California near Mammoth Lakes. I am not sure they were looking at satellite imagery of the Mammoth Lakes region.Should we train Civil Air Patrol searchers remote viewing?
Quote from: A.Member on March 12, 2014, 04:43:39 PMShort answer: No!'http://uk.news.yahoo.com/missing-malaysia-airlines-flight-mh370-dont-google-maps-113708717.html#OcEukkRUnless you plan to have updated satellite flyovers with update imagery of search areas...and even then...probably not. Finding missing aircraft/vehicles/etc via satellite is a dream that is quite a ways off.
Quote from: bosshawk on March 12, 2014, 05:12:55 PMI once knew an Army two-star who got retired in a big hurry, partly due to his fascination with remote viewing and bending spoons. He once ordered his staff(lots of Colonels) and their wives to participate in a remote viewing seminar at an off-post location for a weekend. That didn't help his cause at all.BITD: I looked at a lot of the VN jungle on aerial photos, trying to find a POW camp. Not easy and takes endless amounts of time.
Quote from: Private Investigator on March 13, 2014, 07:41:48 PMExactly. Last night on CNN, nine of the ten experts were talking about a 79 foot by 72 foot piece of debris. The 10th expert asked the others, what part of the Boeing 777 is 79'x72'? I have my own opinon on what happen but I am waiting for Monday morning to officially, "Monday Morning Quarterback".
Quote from: Cindi on March 12, 2014, 05:18:54 PMBefore we remote view this missing 777, lets remote view something simpler like this camel. I need the latitude and longitude of her location:
Quote from: SunDog on March 14, 2014, 04:07:15 AMThe camel is at 34 degrees 06 minutes north, 117 degrees 14 minutes west. . .he's a mascot for a bond drive, for a broke municipality.
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