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Published: Wednesday, April 9 2014 12:00 a.m. MDT

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Taylorsville, UT

I say no. There is a very dramatic and nagging fact being ignored by all the search efforts and countries involved, no one has mentioned the hundreds of instruments and monitoring test equipment scattered throughout the world on the sea floor. No one knows how many and what frequency they are transmitting controlled and timed burst to business and scientific explorations.

Scientific and corporations with exploration instrumentation can account for the ever changing location of the pings the searchers are finding but no one has bothered to report if these are the locators they find. Aircraft locators are designed for air and ground locating, water and ocean sonar locating is not built in.

Its unlikely this search has the leadership to find the plane with hundreds of beacons going off in erratic sequences.

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