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    Missing Plane <not> Found

    Developing........

    The Malaysian Prime Minister is on TV saying they've found wreckage in the Southern Indian Ocean.

    He says that due to the latest info from satellite imagery it's confirmed the "flight ended in the Indian Ocean.

    It's the images found by the Australians....
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    More than likely the various nations involved in the search want to end it and stop spending the money.

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    I thought that was an iffy statement at best..I agree with @Katzndogz
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    The odds have always been that the plane was in the water for two reasons: There's more of it and, if it had ended up on land, it would have been found fairly quickly.

    The $64 question is "Why did it end up so far South?"


    EDIT: No wreckage has been recovered nor has the plane been found. Radar and Satellite tracking has confirmed the flight path. Obviously there is no place to land unless someone wants to postulate an Alien spaceship theory or a terrorist combination aircraft carrier/submarine.

    Suspected debris has been spotted by aircraft but it still needs to be recovered by a ship to verify origin.
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    If the plane went into the water a huge debris field would have been found. It wouldn't be a piece of fuselage, it would be seats, flotation devices, plastic, rubber. No matter how deep that plane sank, by now whatever could float would be floating. The closest scenario that the plane sank in the ocean would be is if it landed, in one piece, on the ocean surface and was deliberately scuttled intact. Even then, ocean pressure might have torn it apart by now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinnity View Post
    Developing........

    The Malaysian Prime Minister is on TV saying they've found wreckage in the Southern Indian Ocean.

    He says that due to the latest info from satellite imagery it's confirmed the "flight ended in the Indian Ocean.

    It's the images found by the Australians....
    Gee....I wonder how many cell phone users are now going to do the 'salt water submersion test' and thereby up sales at Verizon and other providers...since...

    Many of the cellphones of the crew and the passengers on this missing flight are still ringing, reports Shepard Smith with Fox News live on Tuesday, March 11.
    And it would not explain 1) why both transponders were deliberately turned off.....or 2) this:

    This would mean that once the transporters were turned off, the flight flew a minimum of one more hour and a minimum of 350 miles, says Smith.
    I am skeptical that the plane just crashed. It seems a bit too convenient that 'some' wreckage was just now found.

    http://www.examiner.com/article/miss...s-still-active

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katzndogz View Post
    If the plane went into the water a huge debris field would have been found.
    Not necessarily. Additionally, it's been over two weeks and it's a biiiiiiiig ocean. Flotsam scatters, becomes water-logged and sinks in such time periods.
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    So, what's going to be the next big False Flag?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Max Rockatansky View Post
    Not necessarily. Additionally, it's been over two weeks and it's a biiiiiiiig ocean. Flotsam scatters, becomes water-logged and sinks in such time periods.
    Oh please. Flotsam from the Japanese tsunami is still floating around.

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