Whether this can provide any clues into exactly what happened to the aircraft and why is uncertain.
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It has almost been one year since Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 disappeared from radar and became one of the most baffling aviation mysteries of all time. Several theories have been floated, from the...
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April is Earth Month, and April 22 Earth Day. We should really celebrate our small blue planet and all it provides every day, but recent events give us particular cause to reflect on our home and how we're treating it. Some argue we must choose between "growing" the economy and protecting the planet. We must reduce our individual impacts, but more importantly, we must tell industry and governments at all levels that we'll no longer support the fouling of our planet and the madness of putting short-term economic growth ahead of protecting everything that keeps us alive and healthy.
I know some of you might say that they have the black box that will guide them by electronic signal if they get close enough. True, but the batteries will run out in a matter of days and meanwhile even with all the ships and planes that have flooded into the area, there's a massive area to search.