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Angelici Magiovinium

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  1. Evening all, Fantastic day here, sunshine was hazy but it was really warm, even at the top of the downs ! Tired, happy and now full of lamb roast dinner as well
  2. Very sad news - condolences for your loss :-( On a happier note the weather looks good for tomorrow - don't forget the clocks do go forward tonight ....
  3. I think Air Marshal Mark Binskin’s quote gets the search operation into perspective…. “We’re not searching for a needle in a haystack. We’re still trying to define where the haystack is.â€
  4. I personally don't think the pilot landed anywhere....if the reported rapid rates of descent from 45,000 feet are correct the plane would have been in a dive, even from 25,000 feet it would have crashed rather than landed on the sea...hopefully by this point everyone was dead anyway and therefore had no idea what was going to happen!
  5. The image below shoes the area that is now being searched, several hundred miles to the north east of the area where investigations have been taking place lately. The search was shifted north after international air crash investigators in Malaysia updated their previous analysis of the likely movements of the plane before it came down. Search activities for Saturday have now concluded. Approximately 252,000 square kilometres were searched. Aircraft in the search area have continued to report sightings of objects similar to those reported on Friday. A Chinese People’s Liberation Army Air Force Ilyushin IL-76 reported sighting three objects in the search area. A Royal Australian Air Force P3 Orion also reported sighting multiple objects in a different part of the search area. The objects sighted by aircraft cannot be verified or discounted as being from MH370 until they are relocated and recovered by ships. The Haixun 01 and HMAS Success reported they have retrieved a number of objects from the ocean but so far no objects confirmed to be related to MH370 have been recovered.
  6. As was the plane and everyone on it sadly - there was never going to be a happy conclusion to this event but I really thought there would be some definitive answers by now !
  7. Giant German one's with massive fangs apparently http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/weird-news/giant-german-rats-massive-fangs-3297336
  8. The're coming to take him away Haa-haaa! Morning all, Bright and sunny here already, it looks like the weekend is going to be perfect for getting out and about, I'm going for my Mother's day lunch with the kids today as 'mini me' is working tomorrow, tonight Mr P and I will be observing earth hour and switching off at 8:30pm... Whatever your all doing have a good weekend and don't forget to set your clocks one hour forward at bedtime or you won't know what time it is all day tomorrow
  9. .......have a thing going on with Eric the SE & EA regional mascot ? .........I knew there was a reason you can't keep away from this regional thread
  10. Whatever the weather it never seems to be kind to commuters; Five railway substations were on fire yesterday evening after a lightning strike near Folkestone in Kent. Firefighters tackled the flames along the line from Dover priory to Sandling station. Eurostar passengers were delayed following the bolt which caused a fire at a building close to the entrance to the Channel Tunnel, which in turn caused overhead electrical power losses near Ashford, Kent leaving hundreds of passengers facing long delays due to signalling problems…….. must have been the wrong kind of lightning
  11. Just a few more hours work to get through for me and then hopefully a nice sunny and relaxing weekend to look forward to, much as I hope this spring is the prequel to a lovely hot summer I don't go along with this..... http://rtlec.co.uk/120-days-of-hot-sun-britain-will-bake-in-longest-summer-for-100-years-say-forecasters/ .......typical of the media sensationalist scaremongering headlines which I think most of us know better than to believe…. the hottest summer ever, yea right no doubt followed by another 100 days of snow, either way we will either fry or freeze to death
  12. here it is.... http://forum.netweather.tv/topic/79858-south-east-england-east-anglia-regional-weather-discussion-280314/ locking this one now
  13. Please continue here.... link to the previous thread - http://forum.netweather.tv/topic/79703-south-east-england-east-anglia-regional-weather-discussion-130314/page-41 So, who's looking forward to the milder weekend and what are you all going to be doing?
  14. Thanks to all of you above for your posts (especially the recently converted AJPoolshark ) It's always good to have feedback both positive and negative as it helps the team build a better picture of what people want to see on the forum, as I said we can't please all of the people all of the time but we do try to give all members somewhere they are comfortable posting, hence the existance 0f the regional and less technical threads. Hopefully everyone is clearer now about what to expect when reading (and posting in) this thread so let's have a nice new one to continue our weather related discussions and friendly chatter .... link to follow....
  15. It really beggars belief that three weeks on there is still nothing more than speculation and no real evidence of what happened - as you say it's the passengers relatives that I feel sorry for they must be going through the most unimaginable agony - let's hope for their sakes there are some answers eventually but it's starting to feel like we will never know (or at least be told) the truth !
  16. Maybe that's because his profile picture was taken 20 years ago *runs* Sorry Tomasino you know I'm only kidding - a very happy birthday to Antony, I know how proud you are of him and Hayley :-) It's a bit foggy here in MK - hopefully it will clear by the time we go out, I'm taking Mr P to the physiotherapist later this morning !
  17. The regional forums were set up for members talk about the weather in their area and how it's affecting their life - if that means taking about getting the washing dry, mowing the lawn or our small furry creatures then so be it - I'm sorry if the general chit chat of this thread isn't to your liking but if you would prefer not to read these kind of posts then maybe this isn't the right part of the forum for you and all I can suggest is you visit here....http://forum.netweather.tv/topic/79850-friday-28th-march-general-weather-chat/......weather stats can be posted in the daily general weather chat thread perhaps that would be more to your liking ? The forum team do our very best to make sure all members can enjoy using Netweather and try very hard to provide something for everyone but obviously you can't please all of the people all of the time !
  18. Did I hear the Australian transport minister say on the news : "lots of objects. have been spotted in the ocean that may not be objects " Mmmm what a shambles ! The search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 will be moved 685 miles to the northeast following the receipt of a 'new credible lead'. The move, announced by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA), which is co-ordinating the hunt for the downed jetliner, comes after analysis of radar data provided by Malaysia. The search had previously been focused on a remote area of the southern Indian Ocean, around 1,550 miles southwest of Perth, Western Australia. In a statement, AMSA said: "As a result today's search will shift to an area 1,100 km (685 miles) to the northeast based on updated advice provided by the international investigation team in Malaysia." Analysis indicated that the aircraft was traveling faster than previously estimated, resulting in increased fuel usage and reducing the possible distance the aircraft traveled south into the Indian Ocean, it said. http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/missing-malaysia-airlines-flight-mh370-3293854
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