Apart from the flaperon wreckage found on Reunion Island there hasn’t been much mentioned about doomed Malaysia Airlines flight MH-370. I thought that we might get at least some answers, but as usual the mainstream media just serve to muddy the waters and drag things out encouraging loss of interest. I am positive however that the parents, husbands, wives and kids of the victims onboard the tragic flight will never lose interest. In matters as these, with all the smoke and mirrors of political/media manipulation, it serves to keep an open mind and to look at all the possible causes and outcomes. Until I read the research of Dr. Gaurav Pradhan (shown below) I hadn’t heard of this theory. So remember to let go of all preconceptions, read all his research and draw your own conclusions.
Families of missing MH370 passengers were left “shocked and confused” after a Malaysia Airlines official suggested the plane could be declared “lost” by the end of this year, raising fears that search efforts in the Indian Ocean could be called off.
Investigators probing the Virgin SpaceShipTwo accident have established a “human performance” team to help them understand the actions of the pilots. The new group will look at how the men interacted with the vehicle, and the design and layout of the systems they used to control the craft. SpaceShipTwo broke apart just seconds after igniting its rocket engine for a test outing above California on Friday. Continue reading
US officials have started to investigate why a Virgin Galactic space rocket crashed over California’s Mojave Desert on a test flight. Virgin chief Sir Richard Branson said he was “determined to find out what went wrong” and learn from the tragedy.
The co-pilot, named as Michael Alsbury, 39, died when SpaceShipTwo exploded shortly after take-off on Friday.
A rocket-powered aircraft designed for space tourists broke apart and crashed during a test flight in California’s Mojave Desert on Friday, killing one pilot and injuring the other.
Virgin Galactic LLC’s SpaceShipTwo was on its first powered flight using a new fuel mixture for a redesigned engine system. If the first few test flights went well, it was supposed to take its inaugural passenger, company founder Richard Branson , out of the atmosphere in the next few months. Ahead of Friday’s test, company officials expected commercial service would begin as soon as early next year.
I found the following article highly enlightening, and I would encourage you to click on the links and read the other stories also. As they say “Always follow the money.”
New information, fact checked by Intellihub News, may shed some light on the missing Malaysian Airlines flight which was recently reported by Malaysian officials to have ended tragically in the Indian Ocean despite the lack of physical evidence.