Find the Truth About Flight MH370

I’ve always struggled to think that searches are being carried out in the right zone. Now two years after the searches are going on, every day it passes, I struggle a little more.

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Crowdfund the Find the Truth About Flight MH370

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Introduction

Only a few small pieces were recovered, all in completely random occurrences that could have happened to anyone.

Moreover, not honest, wrong, and not morally right for respect of the families of the missing passengers, statements have been made promising that the plane would have been found in the next few weeks, or by the end of the year. It didn’t happen.

The search has a projected total cost of $160M of the Australian Federal Budget. In Australia there is a lot of public opinion unhappiness due to the possibly, ending without any result, in June 2016 that has costed public money.

At the same time calling off the searches without any result, will have a negative impact on the trust from public and perhaps even on the opinion of aviation safety.

The story of the last two years is full of edited documents, contradicted and denial of official statements by other official sources. What was presented as “advanced calculations” by Inmarsat quickly changed its presented intrinsic meaning to “pure truth” of the final location. Probably it is not, since MH370 has still not been found after two years, $160M spent and multiple “refinements” of the search zones.

It’s not a matter of when but if, I think the commitment to find MH370 should continue, perhaps not in the same search zone. What we have faced with is something that has been completely different in multiple ways from other plane crashes/disappearances and that was abundantly debated. Exact causes must be examined, countermeasures must be taken to make such an event never happen again.

Planes don’t disappear, leaving a few small pieces on the opposite side of the world.

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