Update 5th 8 2015.
They've found it; my theory refuted. That's good. Now to find the black boxes.
I have a theory with some evidence on the disappearance of MH370 that I think should ruled out.
On the morning of the disappearance the mountain (from what I understand) may have been out of bounds to hikers because of small eruptions days before. The mountain had been quiet for years before this. Did he know the mountain was awakening: if so, he'd know no one was on the mountain to see him come in. Did he have an interest in geology. All pilots in that area will know the great volcanos, they are a land mark and a hazard: he may have received a CAAS of NOTAM signalling the eruption. If he missed the summit, a crashed aircraft will mix with the eruption plumes. Slamet has been active for the last year.
Put another way: on the last ping ring, where is the only place an aircraft could disappear without any trace? A volcano.
- the weather around the mountain on the morning - if it were cloudy, no one would see anything
- the detailed hourly seismic records of Mt Slamet (maybe another on the Java??)
- Radar records south of Java
- Anyone in the crew with interest in geology. Are there any searches from the crews computers - on the said volcanos?
Update March 10th 2015
I have found a seismic record for Mt. Slamet for 2014 (below). It shows an anomaly VB and VA (shallow and deep earthquakes on volcano respectively) on and around the 8th of March 2014. Was this triggered by and aircraft impact? Slamet has been erupting on and off for a year.
Siaga = standby ??
Letusan = eruption
Hembusan = Blast
VA = shallow earthquake (GNS NZ expert told me 0 to 10 must be a Count of quakes rather than Richter scale)
VB = deeper quake
Update March 8th 2015
I’ve been thinking a lot about the disappearance of flight MH370 as I guess we all have, where’s it gone?!
If it’s a suicide plunge, then there’s no evidence of any wreckage to date - nowhere.
I think they have plunged it alright, not into the sea or land, but into a place where it will never be found: they’ve plunged it into a molten volcanic crater - that way there will be no record of t...heir actions.
For my theory to be true, MH370 would have to have missed military radar off the coast of Java, unlikely.
Given that the aircraft has still not been found, and no one has checked out my idea, I am now concerned and would like to draw attention to the officials. My theory is plausible given all the knowledge we have so we have to at least rule out rule it out. Mount Slamet (or others on the chain) is within the search range, and it did erupt on the 8th.
Please check the seismic records and recent history of the volcano.
I am only thinking of the families.
Mount Slamet. TEMPO/Aris Andrianto
TUESDAY, 11 MARCH, 2014
"The Center of Volcanology and Geological Disaster Mitigation (PVMBG) recently announced that Mount Slamet has shown an increase of activity, marked by the increasing seismic activity and crater's haze. Visual observation on the volcano between March 8 to 10 showed that white haze can be seen at 25 to 1,000 meters high from the peak.
The record on the seismic activity has also experienced a jump, with 441 tremors from March 8 to 10. There were also nine shallow volcanic tremors.
Chief of Geology Department at the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Surono, stated that the increasing activity remarks the volcano's status. "We recommend that Mount Slamet is cleared of activity in 2 kilometers radius from the crater," he said."http://en.tempo.co/read/news/2014/03/11/055561237/Mount-Slamet-Shows-Signs-of-Increasing-Activity
11/ 10/ 14
MH370: Emirates Airlines head says plane was 'under control, probably until the very end'
It's looking like they have the Aircraft on the ocean floor.