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Emirates CEO Questions Facts Around Malaysia Flight 370Sir Tim Clark, president of Emirates Airline, spoke about the mystery of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 and his doubts about the facts of the aircraft’s disappearance. (airwaysnews.com) More...
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bottom line is , even if we never find this airplane , it is a lesson in it self , there has to be a system in place that is impossible to turn off and is track proof, Europe just landed a craft on an asteroid 8 million miles away , and we cant find a plane that fell from 4 miles away , go figure , fact is , we know more about space than we know about por oceans , this is why we cant find it .
Do you really believe the plane is "lost" and no one knows where it is?
Yes, that is the only logical conclusion.
I disagree with the word ONLY. I for one believe the plane was stolen for laret use. The bodies may be in one of the ocaens, but the aircraft is in perfect condition somewhere with a long straight paved surface.
you are right
If I was that sure, I'd be a rich man. It's all speculation given the lack of hard evidence. But I like your attitude and support.:-)