Malaysian Plane Had Lethal Cargo Onboard: Airline Finally Admits It

Fri, March 21, 2014 7:10pm EDT by 28 Comments
Malaysia Flight 370 Carrying Batteries
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Mi22

Posted at 12:42 AM on May 1, 2014  

Follow the money trail.the malaysian gov knows where mh370 is!it reminds me of that strange order for norad to “stand down” @911.mh370 must not be found at all cost.all those culpable have too much to lose.notice how usa gets involved at decisive moments,how apparently naive the aus gov is,how eyewitness accounts are discarded in favour of a few suspect “pings”,we are being sold a lie!

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Valerie

Posted at 7:07 PM on April 30, 2014  

I highly doubt that the lithium+ batteries, would make things in the cockpit turn off at different times.
Just sayin’

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shanedimitrio

Posted at 12:44 PM on March 24, 2014  

children children children, why are you all fighting about something that is not even helping pigs…

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Demitrios Stantonous

Posted at 8:10 AM on March 23, 2014  

Pretty misleading reporting or interpretations of the “danger” of lithium batteries. All known or suspected fires aboard aircraft, like Boeing, have been ACTIVATED lithium batteries in a working system. Lithium batteries being shipped could only pose a possible threat if they were in the center of a fire caused by another source. Terrible reporting.

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Posted at 2:36 PM on March 22, 2014  

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Posted at 12:44 PM on March 22, 2014  

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Posted at 12:22 PM on March 22, 2014  

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Posted at 11:29 AM on March 22, 2014  

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tifanie

Posted at 10:02 AM on March 22, 2014  

Lithium batteries do not explain why the plane went off course!! So this information doesn’t really help anything.

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Marty

Posted at 9:28 AM on March 22, 2014  

If lithium batteries were on board they could produce a highly toxic gas which could have knocked out the crew. The plane would likely have been on autopilot and so the plane would have travelled on.

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Esther

Posted at 7:08 AM on March 22, 2014  

Another “god” hater . . .

BoscoBob…the distinguished athiest pilot’s 2¢…

You’re correct, Artie, by the way… :)

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BoscoBob

Posted at 9:10 AM on March 22, 2014  

@Esther I went from asking a very simple question to “god” hater awfully quickly. And, yet, my question STILL remains unanswered. Interesting…

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Emma

Posted at 10:07 AM on March 22, 2014  

I answered.

 
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Chase

Posted at 5:14 AM on March 22, 2014  

Here a thought did the plane go throw a storm. Did it get hot by lightning. If there was battery’s on board and a light stuck the plane?

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Chase

Posted at 5:17 AM on March 22, 2014  

Did it go throw a storm. Could it been hit by lightning? So many think could of happen but what could lighting do to a planing there always random lightning strikes.

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dean

Posted at 3:46 AM on March 22, 2014  

This is a pretty irresponsible story-hope you got your clicks.

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BoscoBob

Posted at 2:19 AM on March 22, 2014  

If there had been an onboard fire from lithium+ batteries, it seems unlikely that the plane would have continued for 7 hours. Lithium+ fires burn hot and fast and would have destroyed the plane long before reaching the Southern Indian Ocean.

Just a pilot’s 2¢ for what it’s worth.

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Mister Baja

Posted at 1:28 AM on March 22, 2014  

………..a donor heart?

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BEAUSTEVEN rep Nigeria

Posted at 7:17 PM on March 21, 2014  

I still pray for them…. May God keep them safe

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artiewhitefox

Posted at 10:38 PM on March 21, 2014  

2 Corinthians 5 7 (For we walk by faith, not by sight:)

8 We are confident, I say, and willing rather to be absent from the body, and to be present with the Lord.
What you don’t want to do is refuse to be like Jesus is finding your self in the devils prison for final judgment. 1 Peter 3:19:By which also he went and preached unto the spirits in prison;

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John

Posted at 5:33 AM on March 22, 2014  

I am a follower of Jesus myself, but your comment was just plain stupid. Please please please use your brains and logic next time you comment on something. God gave you a brain, use it!

 
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BoscoBob

Posted at 2:23 AM on March 22, 2014  

Will “god” bring them up from the depths of the ocean? Will he keep the plane flying with no fuel for 16 days? What does prayer accomplish? Or, does prayer just make you feel like you are doing something in a situation where nothing can be done? Inquiring minds…

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Emma

Posted at 4:27 AM on March 22, 2014  

I get what you’re saying but seriously no need to be a rude jerk about it.

 
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BoscoBob

Posted at 4:32 AM on March 22, 2014  

@Emma I guess that speaking the truth is being a “rude jerk”? I asked an honest question.” What will prayer accomplish in this case?” I guess I could have “sugar-coated”, and with a lot of genuflecting, made it “nicer”, but that wouldn’t be honest. I just don’t understand the purpose of praying, except to bolster one’s own ego.

 
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Emma

Posted at 10:04 AM on March 22, 2014  

For many people it’s the only thing that gives them peace of mind and closure, and w/o it they’d literally have a mental or emotional breakdown.

 
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artiewhitefox

Posted at 3:24 PM on March 22, 2014  

Prayer connects the soul to the source of truth. That saves it when the body dies.

 
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BoscoBob

Posted at 4:54 PM on March 22, 2014  

@artiewhitefox So, the 91 Chinese who are irreligious will have their “souls connected to the truth”? And the other 63 who believe in something other than your god, will they be “connected” too? I am still not seeing what the ACTUAL purpose is in praying, other than to make those people who are praying feel holier than thou.

If you want to REALLY help, why not start a fund to help these survivors pay for funeral expenses and living expenses while they are away from home. Wouldn’t that be actually DOING something?

 
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Emma

Posted at 10:54 PM on March 22, 2014  

@BoscoBob It’s not for YOU to understand how other people feel or why they choose to do things that you see as pointless. It’s not about being holier than thou if you can’t contemplate that it’s fine but be respectful because you are coming off as being highly considering.

 
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