April 29th, 2014
10:12 PM ET

Was Flight 370 spotted thousands of miles away from the search zone?

An Australian company is urging investigators to look for Flight 370 in the Bay of Bengal, thousands of miles away from the current search zone off the Australian coast. Scientists working for GeoResonance say they are not sure if they found the missing Malaysian Airlines jet, but they believe they did find a plane. Miguel Marquez has the latest on the findings GeoResonance says search officials are ignoring.

Anderson discussed the science behind these images with CNN analyst David Gallo, who co-led the search for Air France 447 and CNN aviation analyst David Soucie.

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  1. moud75og

    Reblogged this on moneyfromhomesa.

    May 1, 2014 at 6:48 pm |
  2. nstephenson5

    Ok I was wanting to ask, with this new theory why not put a pinger in the this new area that they think the plane is located and see if they can detect the pinger from the spot they are in currently. As sound travels differently in water than it does in air, this should give them an idea whether or not the area may be feasible. From what I can understand, there is not really any proof that the plane is where they said it was. The plane was below radar for a period of time.

    April 30, 2014 at 3:01 am |

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