Lost: The mysterious, baffling disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370
The disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 is the kind of mystery thatâ€™s not supposed to be possible anymore. The Information Age is also the age of surveillance, of interconnectedness, of cloud computing, of GPS satellites, of intelligence agencies that can monitor terrorists from space or call in a drone strike from a control console on the other side of the world.
But so far, all the technological eyes and ears of the world have failed to find the missing plane. The Boeing 777 jetliner, with 239 people aboard, silently vanished early Saturday morning on its way to China, disappearing from radar so suddenly and inexplicably that it might as well have flown into another dimension....
They think their close to finding this, but really they're sitll having problems finding it. Search closing in on MH370. It really has dropped out of the media, at least in the Western World's media. This article contains a transcript of the video which appears at the top of your screen, so if you don't want to watch it or don't have the computer capability to watch it, you can read about it.
"it might as well have flown into another dimension." Reminds me of an episode of the Twilight Zone. ( But, of course, I don't really believe that is what happened.) Did Rod Serling write this article? "Submitted for your approval."
Unfortunately, probably not, Chris. One might want to remember, Another look at Egypt Air (990) crash. Mr Farah, emphasized conspiracies too much in this article--especially the wrong ones, but Wikipedia didn't like my golden oldie tablet.
Very odd and the Malaysian government seems clueless as to the planes route. Searching in the China sea when it may not have ever flown over it, etc. I hope it was taken over and landed safely somewhere with everyone safe and sound.