Sunday, June 8, 2014

"Whistleblower Fund" set up to clear mystery of the missing plane

Good luck with that!  Anybody who knew anything is at the deepest bottom of the sea somewhere.
Besides the puzzling disappearance, this is also a wake up call to all of us who have come to depend on science and technology to be able to tell us well in advance when something nasty like an asteroid or a nuclear blast coming our way.  If a plane can't be found by thousands of  top notch tech savvy people and their top notch technical toys, do you really suppose they will know what's about to hit us and when. Satellite capability and its reach has also lost all credibility. 

From BBC:
....A fund-raising drive  has been launched by relatives of some passengers on the missing Malaysian plane to seek information on flight MH370.

The campaign, spearheaded by an Australian businessman, aims to raise at least $5m (£2.9m) "to encourage a whistleblower to come forward".

Flight MH370 went missing on 8 March as it flew from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.

Officials say they are reviewing search data, having failed to find any trace of the plane so far.

They continue to survey the sea floor and are bringing in specialist equipment,

Using satellite data, officials have concluded that the airliner, which had 239 people on board, ended its journey in the Indian Ocean, north-west of the Australian city of Perth.......

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