On March 8th, it has been nine years since the mysterious disappearance of the Malaysian passenger plane MH370. The only certainty about this case is that it is the greatest mystery in the history of civil aviation. Over the past nine years, three main theories have been established in an attempt to explain the disappearance of the Malaysian Boeing 777 under the designation MH370.
In short, they are as follows: the first theory claims that MH370 was actually a mass murder and suicide, with the captain of the plane being the main suspect; the second theory claims that it was a hijacking by the Russian secret service; and the third theory claims that MH370 was intercepted by American Avax and ordered to land somewhere forcibly, after which it was allegedly shot down by a missile because the pilot allegedly refused the order to land.
What is most interesting of all is that no one has investigated and publicly disclosed: what celestial phenomena occurred at the time of the accident, or immediately before it. Specifically, although we hear daily about how the US Government, as well as the Chinese and some other governments, have a problem with unidentified flying objects that endanger civilian aviation (which is why these UFOs are allegedly shot down this year), no one has yet investigated whether there were any such UFO sightings that could potentially endanger passenger air traffic at the time of the disappearance of MH370.
The author of this text, with the help of artificial intelligence (OpenAI), has investigated this possibility, i.e., that UFO sightings were recorded at the time of the disappearance of MH370. The data he obtained is startling.
Several sightings of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) were reported in the South China Sea in March 2014. Some of these incidents allegedly occurred near the Fiji Islands, in the southern part of the sea, raising questions about the nature and origin of these strange aerial phenomena. While some people remain skeptical or cautious about interpreting the events as extraterrestrial or paranormal in nature, others suggest that the sightings could be evidence of advanced alien technology.
Unidentified Flying Objects Reported in South China Sea in March 2014
March 4, 2014: The first report of a UFO in the South China Sea came from a crew member of a Chinese airliner, who claimed to have seen a “shining object” with a green and red light, hovering in the sky for about 20 minutes. The object was reportedly spotted near the city of Haikou, on the northern coast of Hainan Island. The airline company later said that it was investigating the incident, but did not confirm or deny the presence of a UFO.
March 7, 2014: A video recording of a UFO sighting near the coast of Qingdao, a city in eastern China, went viral on social media. The video shows a bright object with a tail, moving erratically in the sky before disappearing behind a cloud. The uploader claimed that the object was not a plane, helicopter, or meteor, but an “alien spaceship.” However, skeptics pointed out that the object could be a drone, a balloon, or a natural phenomenon such as a fireball.
March 8, 2014: A group of tourists on a boat trip near the Fiji Islands reported seeing a “large, glowing object” in the sky, which they thought was a comet or a shooting star. However, the object suddenly changed direction and altitude, moving faster than any aircraft they had ever seen. The tourists took some pictures and videos of the object, which appeared to have a circular or disc-like shape, and shared them on social media. Some experts suggested that the object could be a weather balloon or a satellite, while others speculated that it could be an experimental aircraft from a foreign military.
March 9, 2014: A fisherman off the coast of Taiwan claimed to have seen a “silver disc” hovering over the sea, emitting a bright light. The fisherman said that the object was about 10 meters in diameter and made no noise. He also said that he saw a smaller object coming out of the disc and flying away at high speed. The report was investigated by local authorities, who did not find any evidence of a UFO but did not rule out the possibility of a misperception or a hoax.
March 11, 2014: A resident of the city of Guangzhou, in southern China, took a picture of a strange object in the sky, which he described as a “black triangle with three lights.” The witness said that the object was hovering for a few minutes before flying away. Some UFO enthusiasts interpreted the sighting as a confirmation of the existence of the TR-3B, a rumored secret aircraft of the United States Air Force that allegedly uses anti-gravity technology.
These five reported UFO sightings not considered as a possible background for the disappearance of MH370! Why?
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