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    Posted March 21, 2014 by
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    Malaysia Airlines Flight 370

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    Finding Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 with TomNod crowd-search

     
    Probably as every single soul in this world who has access to media would have done, i had been keeping the CNN international edition site pinned to my home tabs for last 2 weeks.

    While browsing through TomNod crowd-search satellite images i came across these two tiles with 'something' unusual visible in them. These two white spots could be anything but they are definitely in conflict with the normal patterns of the sea surface in the surrounding area. So the sea surface had been clearly disturbed by 'something'.

    I have tagged these 'spots' in TomNod and sincerely hope they have come to their notice and went under investigation by experts.

    Solidarity for those who are suffering but one need to accept the fact that some fellows including me are beginning to speculate theories as wild as what happened to Oceanic Airlines Flight 815 in the tele-series 'LOST' and Flight 714 in the twenty-second volume of The Adventures of Tintin.

    Wouldn't it be consoling to find out that MH 370 have traveled through time or been crash landed on some mystery island in The southern Indian Ocean?

    We still have time for all kinds of conspiracies and theories as we all are eagerly tuned in to CNN for confirmation as to who's guess went closer to the reality.

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