posted on Jun, 5 2009 @ 09:59 PM
reply to post by SonicInfinity
Bad TV graphics perhaps?
Since in that same video they also set the plane taking off from Piaui and not from Rio -- which is way bellow and near the coast and is for sure the
correct place from where the plane took off -- I don't find a single bit hard that person responsible for the graphics took a bit of "creative
freedom" while doing it.
Enough to make some people to come up with crazy ideas.
Reading some of the posts here really made me sick. Both by the amount of misapplied creativity and plain ignorance.
Some seem to really think that the Atlantic ocean is a pond. The plane was almost 920km off the Brazilian cost right on the middle of the Atlantic
(read nowhere) where the sea bottom is not only mountainous but reaches depths of 4 to 7km.
The Titanic was at 4km below and took ages and massive efforts with the appropriate technology to allow people to resurface parts of it.
Why people think that this would happen in hours in this case?
The area to be searched is really huge, massive and it won't be a simple task.
One thing is for sure, it's not the first time that a Airbus A330 breaks and all it's instruments stop working. Add that to a storm on the middle of
the Atlantic and you have a tragedy.
There is no bombing, so all of you 911 freaks can calm down. If it was a bomb the plane would never have sent any automatic alert messages indicating
multiple system failures and it would probably be easier to locate it since there would be pieces of the plane scattered all over the place and some
would float no matter what.
Also the passengers list posted earlier on this thread is wrong and some of the passengers in there were in other flights and are alive and well.