Items of interest for further investigation or explanation
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|31/03/2014||Q: Why have the Malaysia New Straight Times (NST.com.my) run with
such an accusative reporting style?
08/03/2014- MISSING MH370 : MAS refutes claims aircraft ran out of fuel Read more: MISSING MH370 : MAS refutes claims aircraft ran out of fuel - Latest - New Straits Times http://www.nst.com.my/latest/font-color-red-missing-mh370-font-mas-refutes-claims-aircraft-ran-out-of-fuel-1.502461#ixzz2zJgN1eSC
|07/04/2014||Q: Can radar be used to accurately determine altitude? Why does the
report of NST from 16 March state that it is unreliable?
|08/04/2014||Q: Exactly what types of life-rafts are stored/supplied on the
flight? Do they match the orange blue and black one found in Malacca by
fishermen on 11 March, bearing the instruction "BOARDING" as reported
and photographed in NST 12 March 2014?
And exactly where is Port Dickson?
|10/04/2014||Q: What height are satellites orbiting above earth? Why does the
image released by the Malaysian Government on or before 15 March 2014
state that the satellite is 35,800Km? Is this correct? Seem like a long
way away, 35 thousand kilometers?
Image sourced from: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-pacific-26544554
|25/03/2014||Q: The Malaysian DCA released the 'Information provided to MH370
[Investigation] by AAIB (http://mh370.dca.gov.my/information-provided-to-mh370-by-aaib/)
|01/04/2014||Q: What was the outcome from the ASEAN Defence Minister's meeting
hosted by the US Pacific Command in Hawaii, as reported in the Malaysian
DCA press-release gallery (http://mh370.dca.gov.my/category/press-release/)
by the Malaysian Defense Minister on 31 March 2014:
"I will also use this opportunity to discuss the possibility of deploying more specific military assets, in the event that we need to embark on a more complex phase of the operation. I shall be discussing with the United States, and our other friends and allies, how best we can acquire the assets needed for possible deep sea search and recovery."