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March 19, 2014 - 8:41am

Today's Poll: What happened to Flight 370?

posted by Howard B. Owens in polls.
Jeff Allen
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This is one the most fascinating mysteries in recent history. It is hard to fathom that a 777 cannot be traced. My cellphone, vehicle, laptop, etc. can all be traced by embedded technology. Even with the two transponders that allegedly were turned off manually, I find it hard to believe there is not additional embedded tracking on a piece of equipment that sophisticated that cannot be turned off by human intervention. A crash on land would create an easily identifiable plume, while a crash in water would create a large debris field that floats (along with fuel, oil, and hydraulic fluid, there is a ton of stuff on a modern aircraft that would remain on the surface). At the risk of sounding conspiratorial, somebody knows something.

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Every theory can have holes shot in it, that's one reason it's such a fascinating mystery.

I lean toward crew and passengers being incapacitated, but I've also read reasons that doesn't make sense, either.

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I think the key fact is the Pilot's Wife left him with the kids the day before the flight. I think he committed suicide with the passengers on board. The plane lays on the bottom of the Indian Ocean.

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At this point it is too difficult to determine what has actually happened, thus I selected None of the Above. It is an intriguing story and I have been trying to keep up all that is happening when possible. Amazing that a plane can just vanish. You should add to the pool: Aliens or Wormhole to another universe. At this point anything is possible!

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That aircraft was landed at an abandoned airfield somewhere and at some point it's passengers will be used as pawns/trade bait for Muslim extremists already in custody around the world. No wreckage?? Flying below radar?? It will come out at some point. Here's one for ya: we (meaning the US) have spy satellites watching every part of the world 24/7. We can tell from space whether a nickel on the ground is on heads or tails. Our intelligence community already knows what happened to this flight I guarantee it!

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The plane landed at the Genesee county airport so GCEDC can give it a tax break.

Dave Olsen
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Aliens

RICHARD L. HALE
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Nobody knows......maybe the Bermuda triangle moved?

Cue Twilight Zone music......

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Maybe Mr. Peabody was on board with the way-back machine and it's now back in time.

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