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Submarines were also not the best way to locate objects on the seabed, such as the aircraft’s black box. “The use of a submarine to look for the black box is impractical,” he said. “The black box transmits a very low frequency signal which must be located [from the surface] before it can be recovered.”
The Republic of Singapore Navy has also deployed a submarine rescue vessel, MV Swift Rescue, to assist the search, according to the Ministry of Defense.
However, none of the 10 countries contributing to the search have dispatched submarines, relying instead on aircraft and surface ships in the hope of finding some trace of flight 370.
All of this confusion smells like conspiracy.
Gives credence to my theory that something went wrong and the project scuttled for fear of exposing the inside job that it is/was. My guess is that the plane is now at the bottom of a deep ocean (next to flight 77? that did not hit the pentagon on 9/11). We'll never know what really happened...
I hope they are zeroing in on the plane's location.
Someone on the Reddit thread I'm lurking on mentioned something that I didn't notice yet today (side note: can I link other sites' threads?? not sure if allowed) They said, to paraphrase, that they wondered if the lack of a Malaysian news conference today (well, yesterday, Malaysian time, I think) means the officials are hot on the plane's trail.