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@CloydDowlingCloyd, you must be getting all your news from the MSM.  There is ever so much more to this situation and those that happened before this one - in Nevada.  I've spent hours researching and finally came to a clear understanding myself.  It's not only land grabbing but, most important are the water rights.  It is more complicated than you think.

“Nevada is an old whore.”

Growing up in rural Nevada, I used to hear old timers use this phrase. It was kind of vulgar, and I never gave it much thought. But the older and more cynical I get, I think I know what they meant. If you pay for it and you have enough political clout, she will do just about anything you ask.

Harry Reid and his son Rory (lobbyist for the Chinese) are in up to their necks.  There are documents online which show the Chinese said until they get rid of Bundy off the land they will not do business to put their solar energy endeavor on this public BLM land - oh tortoise, where are you?  These are not tin foil fantasies but, facts.


Listen to the Interview of E. Wayne Hage, Sr, a very articulate rancher who also fought 22 years and last year won in court - no to date the BLM has neither given him his grazing permit (judged by the court) or paid any of the $14 million granted.  To date it is still in court with Wayne, Jr. keeping up the fight.  (his dad wrote two books on this)

We have seen reports that the World Bank wants to privatize all water. We've seen that the EPA is grabbing up all public and private streams across the U.S. This interview will shed some light on who is buying up the water rights in the western states, and how the BLM and Forest service used dirty tactics to take water rights and the land from these lawful land owners.
Interview part 1 can be seen here: http://vimeo.com/8520897#at=0
Part 2 can be seen here: http://vimeo.com/album/2025395

Here is more - worth the read about Hage and his case

About the decision and cases against Hage and the final outcome after his death.
http://www.rangemagazine.com/specialreports/range-su13-hage-decision.pdf


This is just a start - Look this old rancher up. 

Long before Cliven Bundy faced down federal agents in his dispute with the Bureau of Land Management over grazing rights, fellow Nevada rancher Raymond Yowell, an 84-year-old former Shoshone chief, watched as the BLM seize his herd — and since 2008, as it's taken a piece of his Social Security checks.  Look up info on the rancher along the Red River in Texas.  Get the facts!


19 hours, 6 minutes ago on Objection: BLM Agent Not Special Forces

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Good for you, Blake.  Dig out the truth!

22 hours, 31 minutes ago on Objection: BLM Agent Not Special Forces

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@HonestBroker247 @Txazzyes, I know HB - alas, too late.  LOL  It's dang close to the truth though.

6 days, 18 hours ago on The Kathleen Belew Veteran Stereotype

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@MsFireball @Txazz@susanmarie24@cllueloWell for pity sakes . . I got it thru another political newsletter.  Shoot fire!

6 days, 18 hours ago on The Kathleen Belew Veteran Stereotype

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@susanmarie24 @TxazzThis guy is real - alive and well in DC

“We really feel that we can drastically minimize the damage to some communities, especially those in troubled ‘PTSD hotspots‘ that have become a haven for these psychopathic troops,” said Rep. Jim Moran (D-Va.), who sponsored the legislation. “We are so thankful for their service, and now they can continue to serve on veterans probation.”

6 days, 19 hours ago on The Kathleen Belew Veteran Stereotype

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Lawmaker Introduces Bill Requiring Veterans To Warn Neighbors Of Their Combat Service Posted on April 17, 2014

Following a second mass shooting at Fort Hood, at least one lawmaker thinks a bill currently under consideration will ensure the safety of American communities by requiring the estimated 2.6 million unstable veterans who served in Iraq or Afghanistan to tell their neighbors of their combat service.

Read more at http://visiontoamerica.com/17303/lawmaker-introduces-bill-requiring-veterans-to-warn-neighbors-of-their-combat-service/#M2JOXrg5uUOdKjZB.99

1 week ago on The Kathleen Belew Veteran Stereotype

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'Twitter gave me PTSD': Woman claims mean comments and 'cyberstalking' gave her an illness usually suffered by WAR VETERANS

A Washington woman has come under fire over claims her PTSD caused by online harassment and Twitter trolls is equal to that of military veterans.

Melody Hensley was diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder 16 months ago following online abuse, which she says is the result of her being an outspoken feminist and atheist.

She caused upset to many military veterans and their families and friends when she claimed her PTSD from Twitter trolls was as bad as mental anguish suffered by those who do active duty.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2605888/Woman-claims-PTSD-Twitter-cyberstalking-says-bit-war-veterans.html#ixzz2z9LS80SW

1 week ago on The Kathleen Belew Veteran Stereotype

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@LauraKinCA L. looks like he made his goal, in part thanks to you!

1 week, 2 days ago on Video Of PJ Jump On “Rebel Heart” Rescue Mission

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BK shows the way!  Really nice and love the vids.  This was quite a story and good to see our guys "save the day" once again.

1 week, 2 days ago on Video Of PJ Jump On “Rebel Heart” Rescue Mission

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Flight 370 effort could soon shift from search to recovery 

Published April 09, 2014

The team of international investigators hunting for Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 has "unquestionably" located the missing jetliner and could soon have high resolution images of the wreck site, an expert in deep sea recoveries of ships and planes told FoxNews.com.

There is virtually no chance that the pings picked up by ships towing sophisticated listening devices could be anything other than signals emitted by the plane's flight data recorder, or "black box," David Mearns, of Blue Water Recoveries, a United Kingdom-based company that holds the Guinness World Record for the deepest ocean recovery and has assisted searches for sunken planes.

http://www.foxnews.com/world/2014/04/09/flight-370-effort-could-soon-shift-from-search-to-recovery/

2 weeks ago on “Alright, Goodnight” – Does Malaysia Want To Know What Happened To Flight MH-370?

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 Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: 2 new signals in search area buoy hope

Wed Ap 9

(CNN) -- In a sea of uncertainty, two bits of good news emerged Wednesday.

Searchers picked up fresh signals that officials hope are locator beacons from the data recorders of the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.

The Australian ship Ocean Shield had first picked up the underwater pulses Saturday. But then, for the next three days, nothing.

Could the pings be from MH370? Hear possible 'ping' detected in search What you need to know about a black box Up to 14 planes in search for Flight 370 Hiding in another plane's shadow? Search area narrows despite no new pings

On Tuesday, the ship once again reacquired the signals. That's four signals in the same broad area: two on Saturday; two on Tuesday. All of the signals are within 17 miles of one another.

"I believe we are searching in the right area, but we need to visually identify wreckage before we can confirm with certainty that this is the final resting place of MH370," said Air Chief Marshal Angus Houston, who's coordinating the Australian operation.

The second piece of good news? Authorities analyzed the signals picked up Saturday and determined they weren't natural occurrences, but likely came from specific electronic equipment. Some marine life make similar sounds.

http://www.cnn.com/2014/04/09/world/asia/malaysia-airlines-plane/index.html?hpt=hp_t1

2 weeks, 1 day ago on “Alright, Goodnight” – Does Malaysia Want To Know What Happened To Flight MH-370?

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This story brought more than a tear to my eye - Yes, I would get the word out to everyone in CO to go to Big O Tires - Josh's shop.  There aren't enough words to exclaim about Josh and he has restored a lot of faith to all of us.

2 weeks, 2 days ago on A SOFREP Fan & Big O Tires Manager Gives Back To Ranger’s Mom

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@SEAN SPOONTS(MAFIA) @scummy

Meanwhile, the British ship HMS Echo, was using sophisticated sound-locating equipment to try to determine whether two separate sounds heard by a Chinese ship about 345 miles away from the Ocean Shield were related to the plane. The patrol vessel Haixun 01 detected a brief "pulse signal" on Friday and a second signal on Saturday.

The crew of the Chinese ship reportedly picked up the signals using a sonar device called a hydrophone dangled over the side of a small boat -- something experts said was technically possible but extremely unlikely. The equipment aboard the British and Australian ships is dragged slowly behind each vessel over long distances and is considered far more sophisticated.

http://www.foxnews.com/world/2014/04/07/malaysia-airlines-searchers-say-more-pings-consistent-with-black-boxes-heard/

2 weeks, 3 days ago on “Alright, Goodnight” – Does Malaysia Want To Know What Happened To Flight MH-370?

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Retired Australian Air Chief Marshall Angus Houston told reporters in Perth Monday that the latest detection of signals was "very encouraging" and "the best information we have.

"We've got a visual indication on a screen and we've also got an audible signal," Houston said, "and the audible signal sounds to me just like an emergency locator beacon." 

However, he also stressed that the new findings did not constitute discovery of the plane, which disappeared early on the morning of March 8 en route from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to Beijing. 

http://www.foxnews.com/world/2014/04/07/malaysia-airlines-searchers-say-more-pings-consistent-with-black-boxes-heard/


2 weeks, 3 days ago on “Alright, Goodnight” – Does Malaysia Want To Know What Happened To Flight MH-370?

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Monday US (article explains similar to what scummy said)

Two separate signals have been detected by a US device being towed by Australian Defence Vessel Ocean Shield in the northern part of the Indian Ocean search area, about 1700km north-west of Perth.

In what he called "a most promising lead", Air Chief Marshal (ret) Angus Houston, the head of the search's Joint Agency Coordination centre, revealed that "the pinger locator has detected signals consistent with those emitted by aircraft black boxes".


"It is the best information we have had in the search so far," he said.

The first detection was picked up on Sunday morning and held for about two hours and 20 minutes, before the ship lost contact.  The pinger locator was in relatively shallow waters at the time.

On the return leg, hours later, a second detection was held for about 13 minutes, where two distinct pinger returns were audible.


Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/national/missing-malaysia-airlines-plane-angus-houston-reveals-most-promising-lead-20140407-368gm.html#ixzz2yCUVcJ1E

2 weeks, 3 days ago on “Alright, Goodnight” – Does Malaysia Want To Know What Happened To Flight MH-370?

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Sunday 6th

Chinese and Australian ships hunting for a missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner have picked up separate acoustic signals in different parts of a vast Indian Ocean search area and are trying to verify if one could be from the plane's black box recorders.

Australian search authorities said on Sunday a Chinese patrol vessel, the Haixun 01, had picked up a fleeting "ping" signal twice in recent days in waters west of Perth, near where investigators believe Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 went down on March 8.

More planes and ships were being sent to assist in that area, but meanwhile, Australia's HMAS Ocean Shield had reported a separate "acoustic event" some 300 nautical miles away.

The Ocean Shield is carrying sophisticated U.S. Navy equipment designed to pick up signals sent from the black boxes, which may hold the key to why the aircraft ended up thousands of kilometers off course.

"We are treating each of them seriously. We need to ensure before we leave any of those areas that this does not have any connection with MH370," Retired Air Chief Marshal Angus Houston, head of the Australian agency coordinating the operation, told a media conference in Perth.


Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/world/ships-pick-separate-acoustic-signals-search-missing-jet-article-1.1747367#ixzz2y7n0pY3S

2 weeks, 3 days ago on “Alright, Goodnight” – Does Malaysia Want To Know What Happened To Flight MH-370?

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@CarpeNoctem @Recon6Hey D, tell them yes, it's a Band of Brothers!

2 weeks, 4 days ago on Shots Fired! What To Do If You Encounter An Active Shooter or Terrorist

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It's going on 5am in Perth about now - Chinese don't directly text the Aussies as other nations do but, has to come thru Beijeng - no word of confirmation from them yet.

Neither the Australian Maritime Safety Authority's Rescue Coordination Centre (RCC) nor the Australian Transport Safety Bureau can verify any connection to the missing aircraft, the statement said.

The RCC in Australia has spoken to its counterpart in China and asked for any further relevant information, it said.

"The deployment of RAAF assets to the area where the Chinese ship detected the sounds is being considered," he added, referring to the Royal Australian Air Force.

http://www.cnn.com/2014/04/05/world/asia/malaysia-airlines-plane/index.html?hpt=hp_t1

2 weeks, 4 days ago on “Alright, Goodnight” – Does Malaysia Want To Know What Happened To Flight MH-370?

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@BrandonWebb @Txazz@CarpeNoctemMy *smile* was because D was poking a lil fun at you, Brandon.  I said you were lookin' good!

2 weeks, 4 days ago on What We Know About the Ft. Hood Gunman: Brandon Webb Interview

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China ship detects 'pulse signal' in search for missing Malysia Airlines Published April 05, 2014

DEVELOPING: China's official news agency says a Chinese ship that is part of the multinational search effort looking for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane has detected a "pulse signal" in southern Indian Ocean waters.

The report says a black box detector deployed by the vessel, Haixun 01, picked up a signal at 37.5Hz per second Saturday at around 25 degrees south latitude and 101 degrees east longitude.

The report said it was not established whether that the signal was related to the missing jet.

The Australian government agency coordinating the search would not immediately comment on the report.

2 weeks, 5 days ago on “Alright, Goodnight” – Does Malaysia Want To Know What Happened To Flight MH-370?

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Well done interview, Brandon.I notice in your interviews you have a style that reaches more diversified viewers.  You quietly get your point across.  Usually, I prefer more emphasis, even rants and raves but, especially in short interviews your content gets the job done.  Good job.

2 weeks, 5 days ago on What We Know About the Ft. Hood Gunman: Brandon Webb Interview

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Yes, Maj, I remember your original article.  What future does this young cadet have now in the AF even if his exceptional lawyer gets him through this mess?  None

Basic:  he broke the honor code.

2 weeks, 5 days ago on Air Force IG fails Cadet Informant

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Great idea to partner with Escape the Wolf.  Impressive statement:  Basically, each lesson will give you a capability NOT a familiarization. Whether its cyber threats, active shooters, rapist or murderers – we will cover the counter tactics.

In these days we can't get enough of your type information.

Excellent article ETW.  Welcome aboard.

2 weeks, 5 days ago on Shots Fired! What To Do If You Encounter An Active Shooter or Terrorist

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@Recon6 @drummergirlMost certainly agree, 6.  

The shame is our own gov't has emphasized the danger of our military to the citizens of this country.  Per the DHS document our soldiers are not to be trusted.  Note the date: 2009

Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said Wednesday that she was briefed before the release of a controversial intelligence assessment and that she stands by the report, which lists returning veterans among terrorist risks to the U.S.


Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2009/apr/16/napolitano-stands-rightwing-extremism/#ixzz2xvtFCaBQ

2 weeks, 5 days ago on The Ft. Hood Shooting & What Motivates The Active Shooter

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@pamlful LOL, Pam, just keeping it real - always appreciate your comments.

3 weeks, 4 days ago on The US State Department: Twittering In the Face of Tanks

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@pamlful paleeeze - not WE - Let's give credit where it belongs. 

O-B-U-M-M-E-R

3 weeks, 4 days ago on The US State Department: Twittering In the Face of Tanks

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@drummergirl @Ventouxnot for long - hope the change comes quickly.  Obamacare seems to be taking care of the mid-terms - be afraid, be very afraid you twits.

3 weeks, 4 days ago on The US State Department: Twittering In the Face of Tanks

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@ArcticWarrior @YankeePapaThe State Department can Twitter now but, where was their Twitter when they let 4 Americans die in Benghazi?

When I saw this earlier, I absolutely count not believe my eyes.

3 weeks, 4 days ago on The US State Department: Twittering In the Face of Tanks

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@LawyerHandleWas just looking at the Sunday update by the Telegraph.  

The last ACARS transmission, sent at 1.07am, showed nothing unusual. The 1.07am transmission showed a normal routing all the way to Beijing. 

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/malaysia/10717049/Malaysia-Airlines-MH370-live.html

The article is full of details and some on the mystery phone call.  Also, this part should interest Sean

Malaysia Airlines: World's only three Abyss submarines readied for plane search.
Germany and the United States are readying their unmanned "Abyss" submarines to help search the deep seas for missing Malaysia Airlines plane
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/malaysia/10717323/Worlds-only-three-Abyss-submarines-sent-to-Indian-Ocean-for-plane-search.html

1 month ago on “Alright, Goodnight” – Does Malaysia Want To Know What Happened To Flight MH-370?

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@LawyerHandleThis explanation is much more detailed than the other release.  

Can it get any worse now that debris has been sighted above undersea volcanoes which have barely been charted.

http://tinyurl.com/mvs5mjt

1 month ago on “Alright, Goodnight” – Does Malaysia Want To Know What Happened To Flight MH-370?

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Malaysia Airlines: MH370's black box may have wiped out crucial moments of doomed flight

26 Mar 2014

The crucial moments of doomed Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 may never be discovered experts have warned as the 'black box’ which records details of the flight may have over written key data.

As the search for wreckage of MH370 was bolstered on Wednesday by the detection of 122 “credible” floating objects in the Indian Ocean experts said the back box anyway may be “impossible” to find.

"Given the remoteness of the site and the depth of the water and the weather down there, the black box will be almost impossible to find,” he told The Telegraph. “It will then be a case of digging through the wreckage field, possibly for a couple of years.”

A further difficulty for the crash investigators is that the crucial moment for understanding the unusual flight revolves around the period during which its communications systems were disabled and it took a sharp turn westward before flying silently for about seven hours. This occurred during the first hour of the flight, but the black box records cockpit communication on a two hour loop and deletes all but the final two hours.

Though the flight data will have survived, Mr Barry said, “the bit we are interested in – where they lost contact with air traffic control – would have been overridden unless power to the recorder was lost.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/malaysia/10724997/Malaysia-Airlines-MH370s-black-box-may-have-wiped-out-crucial-moments-of-doomed-flight.html

4 weeks ago on “Alright, Goodnight” – Does Malaysia Want To Know What Happened To Flight MH-370?

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@Virginstateofmind Hi D, sorry as I meant to answer you on your question.  Yes, I stay logged in on SOFREP but, I don't keep the Chat window open so I shouldn't be showing in "whose online".  I do pop in ever so often to see what's up.  If I get started in Chat I don't get anything done.  ha ha ha

4 weeks ago on “Alright, Goodnight” – Does Malaysia Want To Know What Happened To Flight MH-370?

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@SEAN SPOONTS(MAFIA) @TxazzSean, this is a deep pool and perhaps Inmarsat isn't releasing that info.  

Closest I could come is this website and would have to search. 

http://www.airliners.net/aviation-forums/general_aviation/read.main/6030193/1/


The ELT transmits on the guard frequency (VHF) and on 406MHz to satellites (shot in the dark)

4 weeks ago on “Alright, Goodnight” – Does Malaysia Want To Know What Happened To Flight MH-370?

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19.32 As we will report in tomorrow's paper, the crashed Malaysia Airlines flight gave one last unexplained signal eight minutes after its final “ping”, possibly the result of the plane entering its “catastrophic phase” as it plunged into the Indian Ocean, investigators has said.

Thomas Withington, a defence electronics analyst, told The Telegraph: “It sounds like the aircraft began to squawk a message and for some reason this was curtailed. It could be because the aircraft was at a catastrophic phase of its flight — that something was causing it to crash — or there could be some atmospheric disturbance." 

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/malaysia/10718181/Malaysia-Airlines-MH370-live.html

ps: the updates are auto on this website

4 weeks, 1 day ago on “Alright, Goodnight” – Does Malaysia Want To Know What Happened To Flight MH-370?

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12.57 Here is an explanation, given by Malaysian authorities, of how British satellite company Inmarsat managed to narrow down the search area for flight MH370:

In recent days Inmarsat developed an innovative technique which considers the velocity of the aircraft relative to the satellite. Depending on this relative movement, the frequency received and transmitted will differ from its normal value, in much the same way that the sound of a passing car changes as it approaches and passes by. This is called the Doppler effect. The Inmarsat technique analyses the difference between the frequency that the ground station expects to receive and that actually measured. This difference is the result of the Doppler effect and is known as the Burst Frequency Offset.

The Burst Frequency Offset changes depending on the location of the aircraft on an arc of possible positions, its direction of travel, and its speed. In order to establish confidence in its theory, Inmarsat checked its predictions using information obtained from six other B777 aircraft flying on the same day in various directions. There was good agreement.

While on the ground at Kuala Lumpur airport, and during the early stage of the flight, MH370 transmitted several messages. At this stage the location of the aircraft and the satellite were known, so it was possible to calculate system characteristics for the aircraft, satellite, and ground station.

During the flight the ground station logged the transmitted and received pulse frequencies at each handshake. Knowing the system characteristics and position of the satellite it was possible, considering aircraft performance, to determine where on each arc the calculated burst frequency offset fit best.

The analysis showed poor correlation with the Northern corridor, but good correlation with the Southern corridor, and depending on the ground speed of the aircraft it was then possible to estimate positions at 0011 UTC, at which the last complete handshake took place.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/malaysia/10718181/Malaysia-Airlines-MH370-live.html 

1 month ago on “Alright, Goodnight” – Does Malaysia Want To Know What Happened To Flight MH-370?

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7:27 AM Tuesday, March 25, 2014 (WST) Time in Perth WA, Australia 

Latest update

23.15 Bad weather has forced the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) to announce that the air and sea search for the missing plane has been suspended for the day. The deteroriating conditions come at a crucial time for the recovery mission, when a naval vessel was hoping to recover items spotted in the ocean over the past few days.

"AMSA has undertaken a risk assessment and determined that the current weather conditions would make any air and sea search activities hazardous and pose a risk to crew," a statement said.

"Therefore, AMSA has suspended all sea and air search operations for today due to these weather conditions."

The search will resume tomorrow if weather permits. 

updated periodically:

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/malaysia/10718181/Malaysia-Airlines-MH370-live.html

1 month ago on “Alright, Goodnight” – Does Malaysia Want To Know What Happened To Flight MH-370?

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@LawyerHandleLawyer, interesting info.  posted today 

Mar. 24, 2014 10:09am

Razak said a U.K. company that had provided satellite data for the search effort performed additional never-before-used calculations that shed more light on the plane’s path and concluded that its last position was in the middle of the Indian Ocean. (especially beyond any doubt).


No confirmed wreckage has been found from Flight 370, which disappeared more than two weeks ago after taking off from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 passengers and crew aboard.

http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2014/03/24/malaysia-prime-minister-new-analysis-shows-missing-flight-plunged-into-indian-ocean/

1 month ago on “Alright, Goodnight” – Does Malaysia Want To Know What Happened To Flight MH-370?

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@SEAN SPOONTS(MAFIA) Sean, your link is not working no matter the sequence I try.  Please hit us with another.  I would like to see the crash site on the Defense Radar Coverage.  Thanks.

1 month ago on “Alright, Goodnight” – Does Malaysia Want To Know What Happened To Flight MH-370?

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@LawyerHandleFrom Aussie press earlier Monday:  "HMAS Success is on scene and is attempting to locate and recover these objects," Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott, who called his Malaysia counterpart Najib Razak to inform him of the sighting, said in a statement to parliament.

It is now 10:30 PM in Perth which means they had to have located those two objects at least.

1 month ago on “Alright, Goodnight” – Does Malaysia Want To Know What Happened To Flight MH-370?

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@LawyerHandle Surely a ship has picked up debris and verified before they would book families to Oz.  It's a sad day but, finally closure.

1 month ago on “Alright, Goodnight” – Does Malaysia Want To Know What Happened To Flight MH-370?

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New object sightings Monday:

Earlier Monday, the U.S. Pacific command said it was sending a black box locator in case a debris field is located. The Towed Pinger Locator, which is pulled behind a vessel at slow speeds, has highly sensitive listening capability so that if the wreck site is located, it can hear the black box pinger down to a depth of about 20,000 feet, Cmdr. Chris Budde, a U.S. Seventh Fleet operations officer, said in a statement.

"This movement is simply a prudent effort to preposition equipment and trained personnel closer to the search area so that if debris is found we will be able to respond as quickly as possible since the battery life of the black box's pinger is limited," Budde said.

There was no sign the move was because of any break in the mystery, but rather was done as a preparation.

1 month ago on “Alright, Goodnight” – Does Malaysia Want To Know What Happened To Flight MH-370?

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@ArcticWarrior @TxazzAW, let us know what your dad says about it - you'd better do your homework when he starts asking you questions.  ha

1 month ago on “Alright, Goodnight” – Does Malaysia Want To Know What Happened To Flight MH-370?

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@ArcticWarrior @TxazzAW, what was amazing as how many years this technology goes back.  Also, at the end of the vid the startling fact of the Van with the plane hitting the Twin Towers painted on it at the scene of Ground Zero (and hearing the radio transmissions).

Exposure to an episode like MH370 catapults us into a new learning curve.

1 month ago on “Alright, Goodnight” – Does Malaysia Want To Know What Happened To Flight MH-370?

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Don't blow this lil vid off because of the title.  It is authentic.

How to Steal an Airplane: From 9/11 to MH370

http://youtu.be/4Nt4Z1tUHgE

Now that the MSM is flirting with the idea of "cyber hijacking" in the increasingly desperate search for MH370, many are left wondering how long the possibility of a remote control hijack has been possible and why the public hasn't been warned of this threat.

1 month ago on “Alright, Goodnight” – Does Malaysia Want To Know What Happened To Flight MH-370?

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@JohnReid9 @SEAN SPOONTS(MAFIA)and the rest of the crew (12) - read today where authorities went into all their financials and records doing their investigating.

1 month ago on “Alright, Goodnight” – Does Malaysia Want To Know What Happened To Flight MH-370?

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@SEAN SPOONTS(MAFIA) @Txazz@LawyerHandleWould say that's a smart thing to do (for activists).  It is clear the Malaysians are holding info and not in a hurry if they've not even seriously questioned the pilot's wife as they have talked with her.

1 month ago on “Alright, Goodnight” – Does Malaysia Want To Know What Happened To Flight MH-370?

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@LawyerHandle right, he received the call, one of the last ones before takeoff from a throwaway phone.

1 month ago on “Alright, Goodnight” – Does Malaysia Want To Know What Happened To Flight MH-370?

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@SEAN SPOONTS(MAFIA) @LawyerHandleHere's an article from today, Sun, about a mystery woman who made a call to the Capt.  Also says he and his wife were estranged but, living in the same house. 

http://tinyurl.com/lcsxwwv

1 month ago on “Alright, Goodnight” – Does Malaysia Want To Know What Happened To Flight MH-370?

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@Recon6 @Txazz@LawyerHandle" I do believe that those people in Pakistan, in the ISI, those people who knew where Osama Bin Laden was and didn’t tell us. I believe those same elements could be involved with getting that airplane into a Pakistan air force base.”  General McInerney

What the General said -easily  understandable - all the years UBL lived in Pakistan just feet down the road from a military base.  LOL  Now, why would they divulge they had a hijacked 777?

Am only hanging on to the thought all those passengers may yet be alive.

1 month ago on “Alright, Goodnight” – Does Malaysia Want To Know What Happened To Flight MH-370?

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