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We clearly know now that the engine was transmitting to the satellites. It means Boeing knows where the plane went.
They were Rolls Royce engines, why would Boeing be transmitted data by them?
edit on 28-3-2014 by AugustusMasonicus because: networkdude has no beer
reply to post by rickymouse
Wow! As odd as it may seem, I had not thought of the Japanese Tsunami debris! That just sent me into overdrive!
The debris could be anything...right?
I just hope it's not from flight MH370
Over the past couple of years, that Tsunami debris must have circled the planet several times...at leastedit on 3/28/14 by ThePublicEnemyNo1 because: (no reason given)
Thermohaline circulation (THC) is a part of the large-scale ocean circulation that is driven by global density gradients created by surface heat and freshwater fluxes. The adjective thermohaline derives from thermo- referring to temperature and -haline referring to salt content, factors which together determine the density of sea water. Wind-driven surface currents (such as the Gulf Stream) travel polewards from the equatorial Atlantic Ocean, cooling en route, and eventually sinking at high latitudes (forming North Atlantic Deep Water). This dense water then flows into the ocean basins. While the bulk of it upwells in the Southern Ocean, the oldest waters (with a transit time of around 1000 years) upwell in the North Pacific. Extensive mixing therefore takes place between the ocean basins, reducing differences between them and making the Earth's oceans a global system. On their journey, the water masses transport both energy (in the form of heat) and matter (solids, dissolved substances and gases) around the globe. As such, the state of the circulation has a large impact on the climate of the Earth.
The thermohaline circulation is sometimes called the ocean conveyor belt, the great ocean conveyor, or the global conveyor belt. On occasion, it is used to refer to the meridional overturning circulation (often abbreviated as MOC). The term MOC, however, is more accurate and well defined, as it is difficult to separate the part of the circulation which is actually driven by temperature and salinity alone as opposed to other factors such as the wind and tidal forces. Temperature and salinity gradients can also lead to a circulation which does not add to the MOC itself.
reply to post by Thurisaz
Ill believe they have found it when they actually find it.
The link you provided says they have "a reliable lead" so I wouldnt start counting any chickens just yet
I am just gonna jump right in here and say it.
It may not be an idea that comes up trumps regarding the missing flight but it may indeed make a difference to the search area.
I honestly believe if the pilot was somehow make a water landing or even if something had happened but there are survivors. THEY WOULD BE DRIFTING.
I am only poinying out an out the box theory that they may indeed be riding the
OCEAN CONVEYOR BELT.
Fetch up some images and upload them if you want but its a possibility.
If correct though it means theyre all looking in the wrong place.
Not only that but also taking into account where all the rubbish goes to...
Also it would make quite a raft???
edit on 30-3-2014 by jazz10 because: (no reason given)
Inmarsat normally receives data from the planes ACARS system, and passes it along to Boeing & Rolls-Royce as part of a maintenance routine.