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Numerous reports Thursday suggested that hours after Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 lost transponder communication, its engines were sending out "pings." CNN's Tom Foreman explains how jumbo jets still communicate even after the transponders are turned off.
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Interestingly, in May of 1962 two Officers on the British Vessel, S.S. Telemachus filed a report concerning unidentified and inexplicable rotating rays of light moving through the water around and beneath their ship at virtually the same coordinates (lat 7.22 N, long 103.18 E) that the missing Malaysian Flt. 370 transponder stopped working (lat 7.37 N, long 103.30 E). Read the actual report here: http://www.waterufo.net/item.php?id=250
Could there be an undiscovered natural or perhaps unnatural energy source beneath the Gulf of Thailand waters that may have shorted out all the on-board instruments and transponder of Flt. 370 and sent it off-course, leaving the Pilots with no navigational or communication tools, flying aimlessly for hours, running out of fuel and crashing into the Indian Ocean? What are the odds of almost the exact coordinates being a factor in both of these cases?