Skip to comments.In South Pacific, search is on for Amelia Earhart's plane
Posted on 07/04/2012 11:17:03 PM PDT by Rabin
"I have a feeling that there is just about one more good flight left in my system, and I hope this trip is it," Earhart said before she left.
Now, a group of historians, salvage workers and scientists think they know
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Why is it that we know of Amelia Earhart but few know who the first woman to fly around the world successfully name?
To we know the name of the first man to fly around the world solo?
These two did it solo no navigator.
“These two did it solo”
Wiley Post and most of the testers were known as “monkey in a can” rather than courageous beyond the spectrum of normal understanding.
Recognition of one, removes nothing from the many. “This gift is for the sharing and the gentle caress” love it, covet not.
Albert Einstein, 1937
Somebody is making some money off this scam.
Personally, I would rather find the plane and remains of Lt. Robert Hanson, who as a pilot did a lot more for this country. But that’s me.
I’m surprised no one has found her iron ovaries yet.
|GGG managers are SunkenCiv, StayAt HomeMother & Ernest_at_the_Beach|
Kidnapped by aliens and taken to the Delta Quadrant.
perhaps they’ll inadvertently stumble on the Ark
Earhart’s gone and nothing will change that.
What a waste of money and resources. Why not use these same resources for good? Move on!
Hillary (named after Sir Edmund) has inside information on this and will be present at the “discovery”.
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