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... There all gone Kelsee.. let them go in peace, my dear.... there gone...... im sorry....lol....lol......
Nice use of conjuctions...

...not.

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Malaysia plane searchers doubt that some once-promising signals came from missing jet.


May 5, 2014: Australia's Transport Minister Warren Truss, second from left, Malaysia's acting Transport Minister Hishammuddin Hussein, left, and China's Transport Minister Yang Chuantang, second from right, attend a press conference for the nearly two-month-old hunt for the missing Malaysian jet with search coordinator Angus Houston, center, in Canberra, Australia.

Searchers preparing to resume the underwater hunt for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 increasingly suspect that some of the electronic signals detected last month didn't come from the jetliner's black-box flight recorders, a senior Australian naval officer said.

The doubts—based on further acoustic analysis of the transmissions by Australian authorities over recent weeks—represent another potential setback in the two-month-old operation. An initial underwater search in the southern Indian Ocean has already failed to find any sign of the missing plane, while a costly air-and-ship search of the ocean's surface turned up only garbage.

Authorities in April clung to hope that electronic transmissions picked up by Australian naval vessel ADV Ocean Shield on four occasions on April 5 and April 8 would provide a breakthrough in the search. But authorities are increasingly considering only the two transmissions on April 5 as relevant to the search, Australian naval Commander James Lybrand, captain of the Ocean Shield search vessel, said in an interview late last week. Further analysis of the streams of signals detected three days later on April 8 has led authorities to doubt that they were from a man-made device, Cmdr. Lybrand said.

Each of the transmissions on April 8 were intermittent and at a frequency of around 27 kHz—much lower than the 37.5 kHz frequency that beacons are designed to emit, and also lower than the 33.3 kHz frequency of other transmissions on April 5. "As far as frequency goes, between 33 kHz and 27 kHz is a pretty large jump," Cmdr. Lybrand said.

The Joint Agency Coordination Center, the Australian agency leading the search, didn't immediately respond to a request for comment on Cmdr. Lybrand's remarks.

Authorities continue to believe that the two April 5 signals—including one held for 2 hours and 20 minutes—are consistent with black-box locator beacons. The signals from that day were detected at a slightly lower frequency than locator beacons are designed to emit, but officials have said this anomaly could have been caused by weakening batteries and the vagaries of deep-sea conditions.

Two other signal streams picked up in the search area had earlier been eliminated as leads, further highlighting the pitfalls of tracking possible noises from locator beacons in the open sea. Signals picked up early in the search by British navy vessel HMS Echo were later shown to have been noises from the ship itself, while a detection from a sonar buoy dropped in the ocean in early April was later determined to have come from a passing commercial freighter.

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Nice use of conjuctions...

...not.
Still, proves that an intelligent person can convey a message using informal English....Innit?

Or if you prefer....

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Missing Malaysian plane film planned.



Indian film director Rupesh Paul has revealed he is making a film about missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370.

Speaking at the Cannes film festival, Paul told the Hollywood Reporter the drama - titled Vanishing Act - "will not affect any passengers' families".

The search is continuing for the Boeing 777 plane, which disappeared on 8 March with 239 people on board.

The film is expected to be ready for an autumn release date. Paul insisted he was not exploiting the ongoing search.

"The controversy will help indirectly, but we are not cashing in on the flight," he said.

The director added there had been a lot of interest in the film, particularly from Asian markets.


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He wanted to beat Hollywood

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At last: MH370 raw satellite data to be revealed to the public

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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (CNN) -- After months of clamoring, the MH370 raw satellite data that families have been demanding may soon be publicized.
Until now, Inmarsat -- the company whose satellites communicated with the missing plane in its last hours -- has declined to release it.
But on Tuesday, Inmarsat and Malaysian authorities said they are trying to make the raw data accessible.
"In line with our commitment towards greater transparency, all parties are working for the release of the data communication logs and the technical description of the analysis for public consumption," Inmarsat and the Malaysian aviation officials said in a joint statement.

"It must also be noted that the data communication logs is just one of the many elements of the investigation information," the officials said.
The statement did not say when the information would be released. But publication of the raw satellite data could allow for independent analysis of what happened March 8, the day Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared with 239 people on board.
Some relatives of passengers weren't sure what to make of the announcement.
"Their intentions have to be backed by actions, so I'd like to wait to see when that really happens," said K.S. Narendran, whose wife was on the plane.
"Secondly, it's just one piece of the whole amount of data that has been used to conduct the search," Narendran told CNN's Don Lemon. "So when sharing Inmarsat data by itself is important, I think it will be essential as time goes by for the larger set of data to also be made available."
Conflicting accounts
On Monday, Malaysia's acting transportation minister said the government asked Inmarsat to publicize the satellite data.
Malaysian officials told CNN last week that their government did not have the raw data. But Inmarsat officials said the company provided all of it to Malaysian officials "at an early stage in the search."
"We've shared the information that we had, and it's for the investigation to decide what and when it puts out," Inmarsat Senior Vice President Chris McLaughlin said last week.
But a senior Malaysian official told CNN that the government needed Inmarsat's help to pass on the data to families "in a presentable way."
"We are trying to be as transparent as possible," the official said. "We have no issues releasing the data."
Whenever the information comes out, it may help answer questions by critics who are skeptical about where officials have been searching for the plane.
Some scientists studying the disappearance and relatives of those on board have become increasingly critical about the lack of public information about why the search has focused on the southern Indian Ocean.

Did Inmarsat data point Flight 370 searchers in wrong direction?
http://malaysiandigest.com/news/5015...ing-mh370.html
http://www.cnn.com/2014/05/15/world/...ane/index.html
http://outfront.blogs.cnn.com/2014/0...ong-direction/

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There are no ifs or buts here, information has been secreted away since the first few hours of its disappearance. Agencies have withheld and lied about information...There really is something criminal underlying this whole incident...It could just as easily been shot out of the sky, let alone hijacked and landed somewhere for future use...I'm becoming very sceptical about it having actually crashed and all souls lost.

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