queezyweezel: Deep Contact: stonicus: Deep Contact: I'm the first to report a meteor hit the plane in the perfect spot to avoid explosion but take it down.Actually, CNN earlier today had the "hit by meteor" theory...Where do you think they got it from?I mentioned it on here a few days ago. That and the possibility of a collision with a military aircraft.
the_coach5040: FarkingReading: The plane had lost power in all three engines, dropped from thirty-four thousand feet to twelve thousand feet. Something like four miles. When the steep glide began, people rose, fell, collided, swam in their seats. Then the serious screaming and moaning began. Almost immediately a voice from the flight deck was heard on the intercom: "We're falling out of the sky! We're going down! We're a silver gleaming death machine!" This outburst struck the passengers as an all but total breakdown of authority, competence and command presence and it brought on a round of fresh and desperate wailing.Huh?
StopLurkListen: ummhima2: eyewitnesses are notoriously unreliable and confuse many simple details so it is hard to believe someone who remembers the exact longitude and latitude of the eventIt's likely that someone working at an oil rig at sea would know his longitude and latitude.in a lot of the countries involved lying in a report/hoax or just pissing off those in charge will get you dead if the families dont chase you down and kill you firs,t delaying the report for 5 days of a flaming craft would subject you to lawsuits from families that their loved one survived and later died because this asshat delayed the search and rescue teams arrival at the real crash site or that his delay in reporting caused the deaths"I tried to contact the Malaysian and Vietnam officials several days ago. But I do not know if the message was received."I'm not endorsing the witness claim as legitimate, but you are off in your judgement.
Solid Muldoon: I saw a dog fall down.
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