fastcodesign: 84 Planes That’ve Vanished. Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 is the 84th plane to go mysteriously missing since 1948. - A new visualization maps out this history of lost flights.
I don’t know what to think about it anymore - it seems ridiculous, some sort of cover-up. This is 2014. We can see a mouse from space. I think the key thing probably is in who (AND WHAT!) was on board. Some odd coincidences there with the group that worked for the Texas company that is linked to Aerospace. From Wiki: ”152 of the 227 passengers were Chinese citizens, incl. a group of 19 artists with 6 family members and 4 staff returning from a calligraphy exhibition in Kuala Lumpur; 38 passengers were Malaysian. The remaining passengers were from 13 different countries. Of the total, 20 were employees of Freescale Semiconductor, a company based in Austin, Texas - 12 of whom were from Malaysia and 8 from China. 1 passenger who worked as a flight engineer for a Swiss jet charter company was briefly suspected as potential hijacker because he was thought to have the relevant skill set. The airline’s offer of an ex gratia condolence payment of US$5,000 to the family of each passenger was initially rejected; the amounts were handed out to relatives on 12 March. It was also reported that Malaysian relatives only received $2,000.” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freescale_Semiconductor