Hunt for Malaysian plane heads underwater to find black box

Comments (5)
Snowpine wrote:

Who is paying for most of this search ?

Apr 04, 2014 4:15am EDT  --  Report as abuse
newlygrad wrote:

Facing an enormous ocean with only few submarines and signal detectors, the resources are just too little and deployed too late to avert black box worn-out battery.

Apr 04, 2014 8:33am EDT  --  Report as abuse
Babyrn wrote:

The story is a mystery and so of course it is interesting. Furthermore, the WHY is important to the possibility of preventing this again. Had they not know the terrorists of 911 broke into the cockpit, they may not have made more rigid rules and tougher way to get inside. Comparing it to car accidents is silly, it is a story about the plane. Why would there be mention of car accidents or health insurance (clearly this is an American who doesn’t think outside the borders- this plane contains people about 95% NOT American in it.)If you want an article about those problems, click on an article about those problems. There are plenty of them. Personally, I am very interested in what happened to this plane and the 230 someodd people it contained.

Apr 04, 2014 12:19pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
numlocket wrote:

$53 million to date (at least), between Australia, Veitnam and the USA. Many others as well. (see article in the Sydney Morning Herald, Sat. 4/5/14:
“Most expensive aviation search: $53 million to find flight MH370″

Apr 04, 2014 12:34pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
Trebid wrote:

Why is the possibility of the plane landing in a remote area not being seriously considered? It would make perfect sense for terrorists to now possess a 747 and use it as they did in 9-11. I think a land search is in order. Maybe this is being done and not being commented on in the news.

Apr 06, 2014 8:25pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
This discussion is now closed. We welcome comments on our articles for a limited period after their publication.