It may be a dramatic turnaround of singularity news this week, as all earthlings are being asked to assist the satellites in solving the mystery of a missing plane – but critics wonder how there can be so much missing info.
As everyone on Earth is no doubt aware, Malaysian Flight MH370 mysteriously vanished from the face of the earth five days ago, taking with it the lives of some 239 humans – a very tragic event that coincided with the release of an ominous info-graphic demonstrating the overwhelming number of satellites surrounding Earth.
Yet Earthlings are now being asked to examine these satellite maps to help find the missing plane.
More than 25,000 Earthlings have signed up to search satellite maps at tomnod.com to help find the missing plane by following the link above, and a number of promising leads have already been generated, but still nothing solid, leaving many observers wondering how it could be possible that a plane could simply vanish without a trace.
To help the satellites, you are being asked to zoom in on each satellite image and drop a pin if you spot anything suspicious. Overlapping tags are noted and prioritized for investigation. The top ten most noted locations will be investigated. More images are being added all the time so searchers are being asked to return frequently.
But how is it even possible in the singularity world for a Boeing 777 plane to go missing without a trace? Other researchers continue to work on this vexing question but every theory so far continues to raise more questions.
Theories so far include (but are not limited to):
✈ A mid-air explosion: committed by whom? Or what?
✈ Structural failure: this plane was previously in an accident.
✈ Aeronautical black hole: generated how?
One question in particular has passengers’ families particularly upset – many of them report their loved ones phones still ringing and therefore still receiving service.
It would be distasteful and possibly actionable for me to speculate further on this serious matter and its potential links to the so-called Extreme Revolution called by the mysterious communications company who wants to lead it – so I won’t do that. Until we know more, all I want to say is, please join me in searching the satellite images and hoping for the best.by Seth Greening - Visit SethOnSurvival.com