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  2. I mean, yeah, I get where you’re going with this. I agree that something fishy is going on. However, I don’t think your window/fuselage theory quite holds. Yes, 9M-MRD did have the window-blank-window configuration that you’re referring to…from the day it was launched until about July of 2005 (http://www.airliners.net/photo/Malaysia-Airlines/Boeing-777-2H6-ER/0892228/&sid=87a29fba25523c9cd7464c5c1f627fdc). At that point, it was taken in and repainted in the heliconia livery (with the blue nose), and the business class cabin was retrofitted. The first test flight following the retrofit was in September 2005, and 9M-MRD appears without the window you’re referring to (http://www.airliners.net/photo/Malaysia-Airlines/Boeing-777-2H6-ER/0917805/L/&sid=87a29fba25523c9cd7464c5c1f627fdc). When the livery was removed and the plane repainted to the original color scheme in December 2008, you can see that it is still without the window-blank-window configuration you claim points to the debris belonging to 9M-MRO instead of 9M-MRD (http://www.airliners.net/photo/Malaysia-Airlines/Boeing-777-2H6-ER/1454714/L/&sid=87a29fba25523c9cd7464c5c1f627fdc).

    Maybe I’m missing something, but I don’t think so. I’m not a pilot, I’m just curious and detail-oriented. I’m fairly convinced that we’ve exceeded the bounds of “coincidence” as far as these events are concerned, but your evidence doesn’t seem to add up.

    I highly doubt that this post will make it into the comments, but I felt it was worth noting.

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