Missing Malasian Airline: We Are Not Alone Afterall!

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A couple of months ago i wrote a one page article about my discovery, that we are not alone on planet earth, some online surffers read and dismissed my finding, and tagged it “the dangers of too much film”. Well, as the case may be, a repitition of that event has taken place today and the World seem to be in chaos.

Today marks it the fifth day since the Malasian Airline Flight 370 disappeared from the sky, vanished off air traffic control screens without a trace on Saturday, 8th March, 2014. Since then, the world’s top aviation experts have been attempting to discover the location of the plane, which had 239 people on board. Thousands of people from around the world are helping through the use of cloudsourcing from the comfort of their homes but yet, no hope in finding the missing plane.

On Friday 7 march , China complained to North Korea when one of its missiles came dangerously close to a civilian jet carrying 220 passengers last Tuesday. The airplane had departed Tokyo’s Narita airport en route to the northeastern Chinese city of Shenyang. South Korea went on to say “The rocket could have hit the plane on its way down,” he said. “North Korea had not given any warning. It was an unexpected and immoral act that goes against international norms”. Now this are all assumptions emanating from the fact that the entire world is unsure and scared of the unknown. I could have my own opinion driving towards a much more different direction in the thinking capability of a common man by asking the rythorical question of ‘in this day & age, how on earth can a plane just vanish ? surely when the plane somehow goes off civilian radar despite being at 35000 feet, air traffic control could atleast immediately seek assistance from the military radar. I am really surprised that emergency beacons on a plane can be switched off by pilots . surely such beacons should be automatic. in addition. there is the possibility of atleast 200 mobile handsets on that flight if not more & you have to wonder if it is possible for there to be any data avail from any of these. these days police etc can track mobile phones to a certain signal point. one thing for sure, lessons should have been learnt from the air france disaster. satellite tracking needs to be installed on all aircrafts’. Now this is the ordinary and typical reasoning of most men and women of the 21st century.

But on a more deeper thought, pulling back my previous research and article on similar topic, i could just restate it that, we are not alone. There is a huge possibility that the other group of non-earthly creatures, who by the way, are superior in terms of technology advancement, are done studying our planet, our technology equipments and made a test-run using the Malasian plane as a piloting stage. It is only in 2011 that NASA publicly agreed that scientists have found complex, multi-celled creatures living a mile and more below the planet’s surface, raising new possibilities about the spread of life on Earth and potential subsurface life on other planets and moons.

They nicknamed it “worms from hell,” the nematodes, or roundworms, were found in several gold mines in South Africa, where researchers have also made breakthrough discoveries about deep subterranean single-cell life. For the first time, scientists have found complex, multi-celled creatures living a mile and more below the planet’s surface, raising new possibilities about the spread of life on Earth and potential subsurface life on other planets and moons.

There are other higher creatures in other planets whose specie or race are dying out and needs another habitat for survival. Those in charge should no longer wait, the time to act is right now and they should begin with the truth.

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