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Thread: Missing Airplane reminds me of LOST

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    Default Missing Airplane reminds me of LOST

    This recent plane mystery is a real head scratcher.

    It had enough fuel for 2 hours of flight at max speed.

    At lower speed some pundits have suggested a landing somewhere in southeast Africa.

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    Why hasn't there been any phone calls?

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    Default Re: Missing Airplane reminds me of LOST

    It does sound eerily like LOST. Certainly one of the most baffling news story in quite a while. Waiting to see what new twist comes up today.

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    Default Re: Missing Airplane reminds me of LOST

    Just to be clear should anyone be reading this thread 9 months later the subject is about Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 which left Kuala Lumpur International Airport on March 8, 2014 and disappeared after about 50 minutes of flying time while flying towards Beijing, China.

    I doubt it this plane stumbled across a mysterious island like in the 2004 TV series Lost that was on the ABC network.

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    A good film script could result from this stuff..
    I was looking at an old film called Castaway recently and the

    comparison with Robinson Crusoe came to mind.

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    Adding a thought or two here, I was watching the film 'Thunderball' and noted
    a few similarities.

    With all the much touted capabilities of the spy satellites why has the wreckage not yet been found ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by lensperson View Post
    With all the much touted capabilities of the spy satellites why has the wreckage not yet been found ?

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ian-li...b_4994653.html

    Why did this private owner's camera have a clearer picture than those camera photos of robbers at banks?

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    The careful study of lens basics and maintenance are very handy.

    Most of the information we get is from our eyes.

    The optical neural network is somehow routed nearby the Pineal gland

    and thence to the thalamus and hippocampus.
    Last edited by lensperson; April 2nd, 2014 at 01:52 AM.

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