OK I honestly think it went down in the (Indian) ocean but because of the delay in looking in the right place (Indian Ocean) instead of the S China sea.... they missed the debris field before it broke up. I think they'll eventually find evidence but it's harder now, days too late and scattered !!
I've yet to see anyone put forth my idea/greatest fear.. so maybe it's simply not feasible, let's run it up the flagpole:
to me.. the scariest possibility would be if someone were able to Take Over the Plane's Computers ...Thereby Taking Over Control of the Plane from a remote source (yet unknown)
Even if this had been a crude test-case.. Piloting the Jet Via REMOTE CONTROL Failed... (it went down in the Indian Ocean) it's still TERRORfying prospect to consider A)Planes full of People Raining From the Skies... B) or Being Used As GUIDED MISSILES!
AFAIC: If such a thing were found to be the case A) I'd never fly again B) All planes would have to be Grounded C) AirLine Companies would IMMEDIATELY COVER IT UP! (see A & B)
On Thursday at lunch I turned on CNN to watch while I ate. Wolf was on. Wold knew nothing about anything remotely having to do with the actual facts or circumstances of the disappearance. And he spent the whole time I had the tube on telling me all about how little he knew. I turned it off after 10 minutes.
And then on Thursday night, I was watching Jeopardy (it's a religious thing) and the local TV that carries to show turned to an accident at Philly airport. An airliner had aborted take off because its front wheels had collapsed. The announcer had absolutely nothing to say after two minutes. But she stayed with the "story" so we just turned on The Daily Show (another religious thing), which I save from the previous night. We watched that. And when it was over, we went back to the local channel--and they were still at the airport. Same still picture. Same lack of actual news.
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