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Malaysian military says missing jet changed course

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  • happy2bhere clearfield, UT
    March 12, 2014 7:13 a.m.

    I'am glad that someone, the Vietnamese, are looking on land too. I always thought that by now if the plane had crashed in water, some debree which floats, would have been discovered. Crashing on land in some remote dense jungle seemed like a possibility. Also, the plane seemed to change course, so if it flew very low and below any radar, it actually could have landed somewhere too. If it did go down in the ocean, it probably went straight down and didn't leave much if any debree behind, but eventually some residue will begin to float to the surface and be found on the shores of Vietnam or someplace like that. And a lot of remote islands in that part of the world. Maybe this will become a real life episode of the TV show Lost.

  • NoBoxScot Salt Lake City, Utah
    March 11, 2014 9:41 p.m.

    A key item in this mystery is what is called the aircraft transponder. For those unfamiliar with such a device check out aircraft transponder on Wikipedia.

  • 4word thinker Murray, UT
    March 11, 2014 8:52 p.m.

    So is a video is responsible for the plane going down?