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Best Answer Greensleeves Hubs says
Youʻre right. It is probably too soon to learn many lessons, but I think there will be many that eventually come from this tragedy. Some lessons will be to design of instrumentation in the aircraft itself such as the transponder and radar.
Don Colfax says
Yes, some of the news channels ran hundreds of hours of nonsensical theories. If the Malaysian govt had done a better job of informing the public, maybe these channels wouldnʻt have gone off on a tangent. I hope we find out some real facts soon.
I think Iʻm just naturally distrustful of the govt, but this whole tragedy is a real puzzle. I canʻt understand how the satellite photos are coming out showing debris, but no one can find it. Meanwhile, the NSA is probably monitoring this post.
Sean Pollard says
Youʻre right. Life sure is unpredictable, and the "be prepared" part is the real challenge.
You bring up a very important point. We all know we are born with an expiration date, but donʻt always think about it on a daily basis. Every so often a tragedy happens that gives us all a wake-up call.
Jason Conway says
Bob Hicks says
Yes, Iʻve tuned out on this pretty much. I do hope they find the plane & its wreckage soon for the familiesʻ sake. It must be unbearable.