There’s some recent activity related to MH370 in the news, making this a good time for me to once again bring up the debris field I found that nobody followed up on.
|A full size monitor is needed to see the images below properly. A phone or tablet is too small.|
Back in March of 2014, CNN had gotten all excited about a 122-object debris field that turned out not to be MH370. Click the images below to see the images full size:
Also in March of 2014, CNN had gotten all excited about a 300-object debris field that turned out not to be MH370, either. Click the images below to see the images full size:
In March of 2014 I found what I believe to be a debris field from MH370 in the Indian Ocean by looking through lots of satellite photos in the Tomnod web interface. I wrote a blog post about my discovery in March of 2014, and although the images I found are at least as compelling as those CNN got excited about, the news agencies I contacted (CNN, FOX, etc.) didn’t seem to be interested.
I followed that up with another blog post about it in May of 2014 noting that other people had finally also marked the debris field I had found. Still there was no activity of any kind, either from news agencies or officials. There’s a saying that comes to mind about leading a horse to water…
At any rate, and without further ado, here are my images again as a comparison with those above:
So, come on, CNN, Fox, and anyone else who may have the power to determine if these are what I think they are. Take another look at all these images, and this time don’t use a phone or tablet, but try looking at them with a real full-sized computer monitor. You might just find yourself as intrigued as I am by what’s floating in that water…