Skip to comments.One Reason It May Be Harder to Find Flight 370: We Messed Up the Currents (barf bag at the ready)
Posted on 03/23/2014 6:06:18 PM PDT by rdl6989
Scientists say man-made climate change has fundamentally altered the currents of the vast, deep oceans where investigators are currently scouring for the missing Malaysian Airlines flight, setting a complex stage for the ongoing search for MH370. If the Boeing 777 did plunge into the ocean somewhere in the vicinity of where the Indian Ocean meets the Southern Ocean, the location where its debris finally ends up, if found at all, may be vastly different from where investigators could have anticipated 30 years ago.
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I guess this moonbat never heard of sonobouys.
Also, in my opinion, there is not much good music on the radio these days, because Global Warming.
“Scientists” say. Well if “scientists” say then the debate is over.
And Lady Gag-gag. Maybe we can blame global warming for her rise to prominence.
Climate change is a given, continual. Man-made is an as yet unproven hypothesis. But there is lots of money to be made and politics to be done.
so we can predict weather patterns over thousands of years, but can’t predict ocean currents in real time? This takes a special kind of wacky to “reason” this....
I’m sure it was the software designed to give the desired outcome of AGW that didn’t get the currents right.
Which scientists? What are their names? Where do they practice science? This sounds like a bunch of hot air.
Remember, assertion is not truth.
Currents? They want to make jelly at a time like this?
Very true but liberal sheeple will eat it up. Don’t bother them with facts or details, it ruins the moonbat political narrative.
Queue the Theremin.
No, it’s not global warming. It’s the hole in the ozone layer. I’ll bet that plane had the wrong kind of coolant in its refrigerator!
Maybe the plane got sucked out into space through that hole in the ozone!
I am guessing the theories about the jet being possibly located in the Southern Indian Ocean is trying to build credibility that we are really looking there. McInerny has been silenced on TV the last couple of days and my GUESS is we have teams of SEALS, Army Rangers, Force Recon Marines and maybe Delta teams on land watching areas of interest where the plane may have landed. Regardless if it was a dry or wet landing we have to explore all possibilities. Why we dont have more of our fleet moved to the area to search is interesting. Seems like we have not taken the bait and we are waiting for something to happen.