Nuclear experts to check if flight MH370 exploded

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Experts at Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty have been asked to see if they detected an explosion at high altitude of the missing Malaysian Airlines plane.

Lassina Zerbo, executive director of the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Organisation (CTBTO) told a news conference the organisation used “infrasound” – or infrasonic sensors – to monitor the earth mainly for atmospheric nuclear explosions. (source)

The request comes after it emerged that an Iranian man bought tickets for two men travelling on stolen passports. CCTV reveals that both men are of European appearance. The mystery Iranian is known only as Mr Ali, and he bought the tickets at a travel agency in the Thai resort of Pattaya. He has been buying tickets from the agent for almost three years and just asked for the cheapest tickets to Europe, not specifying the Kuala Lumpur-Beijing flight.


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  • Rick E.

    SOMEONE needs to find out what in the hell happened! We need the truth, NOT lying sacks of crap fed to us by our wonderful media.

    • Ken, Megapolis

      Very regrettable aviation incident Rick in which no-one who comments, no matter how wild his ideas, cannot feel genuine concern and worry for now missing passengers.
      The fear is that no-one will tell us that which is outside his AGENDA to report. Then, of course, conspiracy theorists have a field day, similar to the even wilder ideas that a hologram not a plane hit the South Tower. These irrational ideas grow like a cancer online, gaining energy and it becomes quickly impossible for a serious researcher to see the light of day.
      So help me God.

  • Flaynock – troll hunter

    baa baa

  • MightyTravels

    How many (remote?) airports in the Maldives are good enough to land
    a 777? Seems like the perfect remote spot for landing a plane!
    Torsten @