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Australian Exploration Company Believes It May Have Found MH370 Wreckage 293

Posted by samzenpus
from the maybe-this-time dept.
First time accepted submitter NapalmV (1934294) writes "Using technology designed to find nuclear warheads and submarines, an Adelaide-based exploration company believes it may have located the wreckage of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. 'The company, GeoResonance, says its research has identified elements on the ocean floor consistent with material from a plane. Six weeks have now passed since the plane disappeared and extensive searches in the Indian Ocean have failed to locate any wreckage.'"
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Australian Exploration Company Believes It May Have Found MH370 Wreckage

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  • by sconeu (64226) on Monday April 28, 2014 @12:57PM (#46860521) Homepage Journal

    CNN's heyday was the First Gulf War. After that, it was all downhill.

  • by Anonymous Coward on Monday April 28, 2014 @12:59PM (#46860553)

    Australian companies have proven themselves to be complete assholes. One after another keeps spouting the lie that they found the plane. Every one of them so far has been proven a fraud. The people here are no better since I’ve never heard a single one of my friends demand that these dishonest business men be put in prison. I am ashamed of my country. We are an embarrassment.

  • Physics Rules! (Score:4, Interesting)

    by BoRegardless (721219) on Monday April 28, 2014 @01:20PM (#46860791)

    Using sensors which can pick signatures over time (bother before and after the crash) of various metals, like aluminum, titanium and steel (radiation as in spectrophotomry), sounds like the type of info you need. Getting it out of satellite info from orbit is a bit of a surprise to me.

    What this indicated, from the article, to me is that the military has far higher capabilities than I ever thought.

  • Agreed (Score:1, Interesting)

    by Anonymous Coward on Monday April 28, 2014 @01:26PM (#46860865)

    CNN's heyday was the First Gulf War

    Agreed. The way they laughed off the overwhelming probability that it was all about oil (i.e. profit) was just brilliant.

  • by meta-monkey (321000) on Monday April 28, 2014 @02:37PM (#46861587) Journal

    What bothers me most about the saturation of mass tragedy coverage is how the media makes it seem as if such events are threatening to repeat themselves everywhere. This happens every time there's a school shooting. "Are your children safe?!? Tune it to find out how horribly your children may die AT ANY TIME!" When the fact is, your children are not in danger. If you do the math, there are almost 100,000 public schools in the US. There's an average of about 2 incidents of somebody firing a gun at a K-12 school each year. The average school year is 180 days. That means that 18,999,998 school days each year, the bell will ring in the morning, the bell will ring in the afternoon with not a shot fired. On two terrible, terrible days, a shooting occurs. It's awful. A terrible tragedy. But it's so incredibly, incredibly rare that there's basically nothing that can be done to stop it. Banning guns, arming teachers, mental health screening, whatever, is not going to stop 1-in-9-million events. And yet the "debate" will rage in the media for weeks until the next tragedy strikes.

    It's exhausting.

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