3/19/2014

MH370 – Another ridiculous search into nowhere

Australia is claiming to be searching the ocean to the southwest of Perth. Now where on earth is that place? It may be trying to cover all corners on earth but let’s be reasonable, is there any reason why the pilot would want to fly MH370 to that corner of the Indian Ocean?
 

Heading towards the Maldives or Mauritius has a logical explanation. There are islands and landing strips to put the aircraft down. Why fly to nowhere to ditch? If the intention of the pilot is to ditch the aircraft, it can ditch anywhere in the South China Sea or nearby in the Indian Ocean. Why ditching in a corner of the earth as good as God knows where?
 

Maybe the pilot wanted to bury himself and everyone in a watery grave that cannot be found. Logical?
 

Common Australia, do something logical and fruitful. This is worse than a wild goose chase. It is idiotic and a waste of time and resources. Are they thinking and knowing what they are doing?

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

This SAR circus is getting to be a joke.

It appears that everyone wants to help but no one is really really providing the leadership to co-ordinate the search properly and look at the right places. It's like looking for an ant by vacuuming the whole Sentosa Cove Bungalow.

I like to suggest that the UN be called in and we should second one of our scholar generals to lead the search since this is getting more and more a military operation by the day.

No wonder the Chinese are pissed enough to forgo good meals to press their message.

Actually, the whole thing started with four jokers who were doing what God knows, letting a beep on their radar screens going unreported for at least a few hours when the plane made a U turn. If their fighter jets would have been scrambled and followed the runaway plane, all these current circus acts on an unimaginable and never before tried scale would have been unnecessary. Come to think of it, if it was really a hijacking, the hijackers even anticipated that the radar station at Butterworth would be in sleep mode.

The Chief of Air Force in Malaysia, weighted by his chest of medals would be feeling more tired now with the revelation that the Butterworth radar station is not much of a listening post.

Anonymous said...

No lah, the Australian military also want to exercise and test their capability in the remote Indian Ocean lah.

After all, from time to time, the military like to conduct exercises in various settings, to polish up their search and destroy capabilities mah.

And what better pretext to do than this one, tio bo? And Matland is picking up the tab, so lagi best, tio bo?



Anonymous said...

Tiok. Sinkieland also spend billions on her military, eg in submarines.

To lay man like RB, this may be wasteful because submarine is seen as just roaming underwater of the earth as good as God knows where.

That's why RB also see search in Indian Ocean as in a corner of the earth as good as God knows where, tio bo?

Anonymous said...

Anon 11.56 am // Come to think of it, if it was really a hijacking, the hijackers even anticipated that the radar station at Butterworth would be in sleep mode. //


When a society "fell asleep" or "in sleeping mode", even your house ( not rb's ) fridge with all the cheese inside could be carted away by "invited looters" under your nose ( not rb ) and the owner ( not rb ) may still be totally unaware.

Meanwhile the owner's appointed servants are all the while patting themselves on the back being the best and most talented servants in the world and deserved the most generous pay unheard of. Everyday is so happy and all feastings and drinking of 100 yrs wine courtesy of the haplesss owner.

What kind of hapless and helpless owner is that? What do you call them?

Sooner or later, it may not be the fridge with cheese inside that is gone. His wife might be "carted away" right in front of him to be the new age "comfort women" to the "invited looters" without even a formal invasion and a single bullet fired.

When all is gone and dusted, historians can have a "moot" time discussing who moved the owner's cheese and wife?

Anonymous said...

This is maybe a chance for countries to test their military hardware, otherwise doing it and calling it an exercise may piss off some people, who will pronounce such exercises as provocations.

I think, at this stage, we may call the past 11 days, for neighbouring countries involved in the search, as being led on a wild goose chase by the pipe pipers of matland.

The Vietnamese and Indians are smart enough to call it a day and have halted their seach participation until the smoke clears, while some countries are still being led by the nose to continue looking for that proverbial needle in the haystack. In which direction only God knows.

Anonymous said...

Southwest of Perth is Antartica. They may find some penguins and polar bears.

Matilah_Singapura said...

@RB You are asking way too much of Australia -- this is the Lucky Cuntree, full of lucky cunts. It can never be logical. Fruitful yes, but only by sheer luck.

Anyway, it's a great time of year for the SAR teams to R n R in Perth. Relax, have a beer, a steak and a blowjob. De-stress.

Chua Chin Leng aka redbean said...

You might want to ask for a lift, I mean take a ride to have fun with the polar bears.

Chua Chin Leng aka redbean said...

Now after enquiries from Malaysia, Thailand claimed to go through their radar tapes and said they also saw MH370 but heading southwest at about the same time it disappeared. Remember Malaysia claimed that the plane was heading west.

This creates another discrepancy. How reliable is the Thai report? I don't think they have a radar that covers that kind of range. Which radar they are talking about? Someone is bluffing.

Anonymous said...

Ya lah, an aircraft that was evading radar detection now was seen by so many radars. Real or not?

I go home ask my grandmother she will also said she saw the aircraft flying pass the window.

Chua Chin Leng aka redbean said...

By looking at the map, I can confirm that no Thai radars can pick up MH370 on their radar screens.

The Malaysian govt should ask them where is the location of the radar that picked up MH370. This also applies to the Malaysian radars that picked up MH370. All the radar information is suspect.

Anonymous said...

RB, your theory is that the plane flew east to the Philippines. Good luck to your theory. If the plane flew west, then this theory don't hold. Also the Immarsat (satellite) data showed that the plane flew northwest and southwest, disproving this theory. My own half-assed theory is that it went to Central Asia. I agree with you, I don't trust radar information.

An interesting question is how do you keep a record of the military radar surveillance data? This is important because it's reliability depends on this.
1. Video screen capture of the radar monitor?
2. Automatically saved into a computer hard-drive?
3. Manually logged by the operator?

This military data is very sensitive, and countries are reluctant to share, because it can show up their countries' radar capabilites, or lack thereof. That's one reason why the Thais released their data 10 days late, and many other countries are still playing dumb. And India said that some of their Andaman & Nicobar radars are switched off in the night. Wow, if I want to attack these islands, I will do it at night!

According to the Malaysian radar records, the plane flew through Thai airspace around Pattani before entering Malaysian airspace. But the Thais claimed it did not enter their airspace. Is this an attempt to avoid the embarrassment of the Malaysians in not knowing they had an intruder in their airspace, and they did nothing? Is it even the same object they were tracking. This can only be proved if they over-layed both tracks together, and even then, it may not be MH370.

Anonymous said...

RB, your theory is that the plane flew east to the Philippines. Good luck to your theory. If the plane flew west, then this theory don't hold. Also the Immarsat (satellite) data showed that the plane flew northwest and southwest, disproving this theory. My own half-assed theory is that it went to Central Asia. I agree with you, I don't trust radar information.

An interesting question is how do you keep a record of the military radar surveillance data? This is important because it's reliability depends on this.
1. Video screen capture of the radar monitor?
2. Automatically saved into a computer hard-drive?
3. Manually logged by the operator?

This military data is very sensitive, and countries are reluctant to share, because it can show up their countries' radar capabilites, or lack thereof. That's one reason why the Thais released their data 10 days late, and many other countries are still playing dumb. And India said that some of their Andaman & Nicobar radars are switched off in the night. Wow, if I want to attack these islands, I will do it at night!

According to the Malaysian radar records, the plane flew through Thai airspace around Pattani before entering Malaysian airspace. But the Thais claimed it did not enter their airspace. Is this an attempt to avoid the embarrassment of the Malaysians in not knowing they had an intruder in their airspace, and they did nothing? Is it even the same object they were tracking. This can only be proved if they over-layed both tracks together, and even then, it may not be MH370.

Matilah_Singapura said...

We have radar in Australia which can pick up two flies fucking of thousands of kilometers away, way over the horizon.

Unfortunately, very few people know about it, and the govt -- Aust (and USA who run Pine Gap super-snooper-fuck-your-privacy installation) dun share info with "outsiders".

Malaysia, you're an ousider. Get fucked.

Anonymous said...

For all we know those radar fuckers could be talking about different objects and we are non the wiser.

The stories just get weirder and weirder, wilder and wilder and crazier and crazier.

No wonder the Chinese are mad as hell.

Anonymous said...

redbean
unfortunately this time round you might be the idiot.. the Aussies just found two huge debris south west of perth .