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2500 Kilometers south west of Australia.... Absolutely incredible...
Antartica was the final destination?edit on 21-3-2014 by Arken because: (no reason given)
It's good to see that I'm not the only person on ATS that thinks this debris was more than likely planted.
I still maintane that this plane never crashed. Was never hijacked. I am still having a hard time believing it even existed at all.
But, I suppose time will tell......
Whaa? Why on Earth would they make up something like this? There would be a million easier things to stage and maintain media focus. Why something that multiple nations would search for? 239 families..
Its just absurd.
This plane existed. It was hijacked, likely with the help of one or both pilots, and it has either crashed or landed, but likely crashed.
Just a tidbit
On the news they said the area where the objects were is in a place with the strongest currents in the world and just showed a computer animation showing the water current starting from the location of the supposed objects (when first captured) has now reached past the east coast of Australia.
So if true that answers one of my questions, that if there is debris then it is now possible to have some washed up on the south west Australian beaches by now.(going by the graphics they showed)
reply to post by GoalPoster
Calm down. Never attribute to malice what can be explained by incompetence. For all that we think every square inch of the planet is under constant surveillance, it really isn't, especially in the vastness of the southern ocean. We're still talking about an object a little over half the length of a football field, in several million square miles of ocean.
I don't understand the mentality on here that when something goes wrong it has to have been a meticulously planned operation. Life isn't as tidy as that. It's not a movie. Things don't have to make sense or follow a narrative. And sometimes nature reminds us humans that we're not as powerful and smart as we think we are.
I like a mystery as much as the next man, but why spoil it by dragging in silly conspiracy nonsense?edit on 21-3-2014 by Rob48 because: (no reason given)
I hear ya . . . I guess I need to stop having three smokes, a kitcat, two double espressos and a shot of tequila for breakfast.
reply to post by Halfswede
Yes, I thought the same thing. The top part of the object does look like it has a square corner but that could be an illusion. And the arrow showing the scale seems to extend over a large part of the "object" that looks just the same as the waves/reflection off to the left. The more solid looking object is barely half the length of the arrow.
reply to post by Zaphod58
Hmmm nice words, but what is your point exactly?
My point is
You've got every software company in bed with the US military.
Every modern aircraft is controlled by US software.
There were 20 USA military software designers who only recently released a new program AND WOW
They ALL died on the same plane which nobody in the F'N modern world can find.
CALL ME A LIAR.
There were 20 USA military software designers who only recently released a new program AND WOW They ALL died on the same plane which nobody in the F'N modern world can find.