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    MH370 debris in Gulf of Thailand ?

    This debris object appears in a satellite image from the Digital Globe Tomnod project. Their satellite acquired it on March 11, around 11:43 AM local {Malaysian) time, in the Gulf of Thailand. Precise coordinates are not readily available, but it was at about Lat 8.91 and Long 102.91.

    In any event, it is long since out to the South China Sea, or sunk to the bottom in the Gulf of Thailand. But it is still relevant today, in my view, for the reasons outlined in a earlier report I recently posted, outlining why at least a part of MH370 may be in the Gulf of Thailand.

    Some folks have compared looking at these objects to reading tea leaves. I consider that uninformed and condescending. After looking at over 150,000 tiles of satellite images, with at least half of these averaging from 3 to 30 whitecap formations, you begin to notice that some are not waves, to be sure. Whatever they are * is * very difficult to decide. After all, the experts of several governments have not been right. So view the images, and decide for yourself. And if you have connections to the Malaysian Government or the Australian search authorities, then by all means let them know about this. You just might be doing the passengers' families (and the World) a most welcome act.

    The attached graphics pages display several original images that have been magnified, and annotated. The floating object in question displays characteristics that strongly suggest it is debris, and -- perhaps -- that of an aircraft.

    In any event it is not a boat, sea life, trash, or wave. (An example of a typical wave is provided for comparison.)
    Having looked at nearly 200,000 "tiles" of satellite images, there are a lot of things floating on the water, and they "ain't" tea leaves [except perhaps in Boston after a party ?]
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