1. These objects in the water have yet to be identified, at least not until tomorrow morning. Now there are planes and cameras with enough technology to fly at high altitudes and can tell what color someone’s nail polish is or the numbers on a license plate. Hmmm…
2. The pictures that were taken and all over the Internet were distorted and looked like something you could do on photoshop.
3. There are no bodies. That many people, 239, can’t just go missing. That’s humanly impossible.
4. The way technology is nowadays, where the government can read all your text messages, you can’t tell me that they couldn’t locate a plane, unless all locating devices were removed before take off.
5. Governments spent more than they had planned to on this search so they claimed that “all lives were lost.”
6. All these plans that are supposedly taking pictures, have no pictures of them nor do we know what the people look like that are in the planes. Normally we know the name of a pilot or copilot or someone, especially if they’re American.
7. Again, there are no bodies. I still can’t get passed that. Dead bodies float.
8. It’s been almost a month and debris would’ve washed ashore somewhere. They claim the weather conditions aren’t great, assuming high winds and waves, there’d be some debris on a shore.
9. In the beginning, this got such little coverage and then when the chaos with China, Ukraine and Crimea escalated, this story did as well. Cover up? Distraction? Diversion? Yes, yes and yes.
10. Cell phones die completely within 24 hours after not being charged, so the claims of making phone calls is a stretch, especially of this plane was submerged in a giant body of water. Supposedly the plane went down within about 10 hours. Clearly if it’s in the ocean, there was no ringing on any phone.
11. On the other hand, if there indeed was ringing, the plane was obviously not in the ocean this entire time. If there was faulty equipment, the pilot would’ve landed somewhere and not flown over the Indian Ocean, where there’s no landing strip anywhere in close proximity.
12. If it flew seven to eight hours after the last transmission, that means it hovered over the ocean that long and then just crashed for no reason.
13. Being a skilled pilot, with numerous flying hours, he would’ve landed the plane on the water and it would’ve sunk, leaving no debris or anything behind.
14. Planes give off all kinds of distress signals when there’s any kind of emergency, water included.
I could go on and on, but there’s are the facts. Malaysia has nothing from this plane to say that it’s completely gone. If these objects they plan to investigate tomorrow aren’t debris from the plane, they are going to lie about it and they aren’t going to show pictures. Just watch. I promise you there will be no pictures.