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Tuesday, July 18, 2017

MH370 Mystery

Will Never Be Forgotten...


A retired Dutch senior aviation weather forecaster, Tijmen de Boer, is very involved in the MH370 mystery. He says, "For the families...A lot of people around the world are working on this issue and after the ATSB (Aus) stopped its search in the wrong area in Januari, there is a lot of evidence that the plane rests in a more northerly place on the seventh arc!"

Tijmen recommends we all check out @MikeChillit on twitter, and Mike's work on SeventhArc.net, where he has statistics and other important work concerning this investigation. He said, "We started an organization to raise money for an eventually new search: www.project370.org"


"We have to find MH370!"

Think about the mystery of Amelia Earhart, and that there was a chance that people knew what really happened and did not say anything. We cannot allow that to happen. Families have a right to know.

Never Give up Hope! 

Enjoy the Journey!
OX Karlene



2 comments:

  1. Karlene, will there ever be LIVE VIDEO
    feed, from the Flight Deck? Something
    that will be automatically SAVED, on
    the ground, until a safe landing is
    confirmed?

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    1. Dan, thank you so much for your comment. I hope we don't have live feed from the flight deck. Planes now have the ability to live track. But, I'm against the cameras. I wrote a post as to why my belief:. Here is a link.. http://karlenepetitt.blogspot.com/2014/04/cameras-in-flight-deck.html

      Thank you so much for your thoughts!!

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