Monday, August 3, 2015

Don't worry, you guys, Courtney Love found the missing Malaysian Flight 370

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has been missing since Saturday and the world is in a conspiracy theory panic over the possible scenarios that might have surrounded its disappearance. Some folks believe it flew in the shadow of another flight to mask itself from radar systems. Others think there was a fire on board and the pilots turned toward the nearest airport, but were somehow incapacitated before they were able to land it.

Don't worry, you guys, Courtney Love found the missing Malaysian Flight 370

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Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has been missing for over a week and the world is in a conspiracy theory panic over the possible scenarios that might have surrounded its disappearance. Some folks believe it flew in the shadow of another flight to mask itself from radar systems. Others think there was a fire on board and the pilots turned toward the nearest airport, but were somehow incapacitated before they were able to land it.

As airplane geeks the world over try to figure out exactly what happened to the missing Boeing 777 and the 227 passengers and 12 crew members that were on board, much maligned rock star/actress/famous-for-being-ridiculous Courtney Love has solved the mystery.

The Hole singer took to Facebook to post a picture of the water near the coordinates where the plane was last tracked, offering some sloppy annotations suggesting that the wreckage is beneath the surface and visible in the image.

If Ric Gillespie and TIGHAR haven't already gotten Love on the horn regarding Amelia Earhart and her missing Lockheed Electra, then they're sadly wasting valuable expertise in the arena of aircraft recovery.

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