SeaMan Stainz: Rhino_man: SeaMan Stainz:Everyone who flies, knows someone who flies or lives near any flight path has a very real safety concern here. Also, anyone who invests in Boeing, any airliner, or any company that invests in any such company has a financial concern. The 777 is a very commonly used aircraft, and without knowing the cause of this it's impossible to say whether or not every single aircraft in the fleet is susceptible to the same issue.That's great and all, but these articles are all bullshiat and have no bearing on the finding of the plane. I guess if you need to be distracted by shiny things until they find any actual evidence, I stand corrected.
Wrath of Heaven: I'm not an NTSB accident investigator, but I did watch Air Disasters straight through this weekend.
kimwim: It could have taken one of two arcs, one north, one south, right? So why isn't anyone looking at the arc to the north?
SlothB77: i think the lesson here is that there is more garbage floating around the world's oceans than we thought there was.
Wolf892: Snarky allusion to Lost!
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