British Aeronautical Engineer Suggests New Location for MH370 Crash Site


The latest twist in the mystery of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 comes by way of an aeronautical engineer in England who is confident that he has determined where the airliner ultimately crashed. Richard Godfrey told the BBC that his process involved studying various data sets from the curious case which, until now, had not been coalesced into one overarching proverbial 'picture' of the now-infamous 2014 event which saw a 777 Boeing passenger plane and its 239 occupants suddenly vanish without a trace. "No one had the idea before," he explained, "to combine Inmarsat satellite data, with Boeing performance data, with Oceanographic floating debris drift data, with WSPR net data."

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