MH370 military radar claim debunked


In a recent article about MH370, written by Captain Patrick Blelly, Jean-Luc Marchand and an anonymous source named (email protected)they claim that the Malaysian military radar data was released by Geoscience Australia.

Mr Richard Godfrey, who developed the revolutionary WSPR tracking of MH370 to find a new location, contacted trise5631 and was shown how to download the data. He said there are two files called RADAR_Polylines and RADAR_Points. How to download the files and an analysis of the data can be found in his paper here

When downloading the files, Mr Godfrey said that “it is clear from the descriptions that the positions are “indicative only” and that the layers are designed to generate the story map application “The data behind the search for MH370” on to support the website. Geosciences website. The databases have been viewed more than 145,000 times since their creation on April 21, 2017. The files were updated in May and July 2017.”

Mr. Godfrey said that “tThese are files that support a Geoscience Australia graphics website and are not an official data release from the Malaysian Military Radar. The data is seven years old and not a new disclosure. The data has been viewed over 145,000 times and is not a newly revealed secret.”

Read Mr Godfrey’s full report here;

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