Malaysian Airlines MH370 Paradox: Can Debris Be Found Of MH370 In Search Area IF There Is NO MH370 Debris To Be Found?
by Anura Guruge
Just SOME of the Related posts:
>> MH370 FARCE — Apr. 2, 2014.
>> Maldives & Sri Lanka —
>> Mar. 15, 2014.
>> ACARS flip-flop —
>> Mar. 18, 2014.
>> MH370 flying at 5,000′ …
>> — Mar. 13, 2014.
>> Malaysia flight 370:
>> My Thoughts
>> — Mar. 10, 2014.
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Let me state what is now becoming a classic paradox:
“If the MH370 did not crash (anywhere close to the current search area),
can MH370 debris be found in the search area,
IF there is NO MH370 debris to be found?”
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When will they put an end to this FARCE.
Plus, given that the so called experts seems to have lost sight of this, let me remind you all of one KEY FACT — assuming, and that is ONE heck of an assumption, that MH370 crashed anywhere close to Oz.
Search Area for Debris ≠ Impact Area of Flight.
Surface debris would have drifted
over the last 4 weeks, yes 26 days,
due to wind, currents and waves.
IF they find any debris it will now be hundreds of miles from where it originated!
No point looking for Black Box pings in the area you find any debris.
You have to reverse engineer, backwards, to possible crash locations.
So why all this stupidity?
Yes, as I repeatedly state, I fully appreciate that this is WAY BEYOND the pay grade of all Malaysians. You got to feel sorry for them.
But, the Australians. There are some relatively smart Aussies and they are head and shoulders above the Malays.
I am still not convinced:
1. That the plane crashed.
2. That IF it crashed it crashed anywhere near the current location. I maintain: GO WEST. GO WEST.
3. For the Malaysians to say that all the passengers are cleared of any wrongdoing is BEYOND THE PALE. They really should stay off the gunja if they are going to stand in front of TV cameras. They come across as so stupid.
I have to go. I have real, intellectual, work to do. More, as a quick diversion, in the coming days.