Friday, June 5, 2009
News getting weirder by the day.
OK, I am just going to say it - the Air France story is getting weird. Yesterday's news says that Brazil has apparently backed away from their claim of having found the debris of Flight 447, and now says the wooden pallet that had represented a shaky closure has today been revealed to be unrelated garbage.
But it was only yesterday when Nelson Jobim, the Brazilian defense minister, said that “without a doubt the debris was from the Air France plane". Military planes located the wreckage Tuesday in a three-mile strip in the ocean, as hope of finding survivors all but vanished. The debris included an orange life vest, an aircraft seat, a drum, kerosene and oil. So what gives???
With this development, people just can't avoid speculating about a conspiracy theory especially since we were given conflicting, vague and partial information - it is the nature of the human mind to attempt to find a gap-filling explanation. And each one can come up with his own version of the story, hahaha!
Only adding to the weirdness is the story that had another pilot reporting a flash of white light at the same time the Air France flight disappeared. Could Flight 447 have been bombed? There is nowhere near enough information to say yes -- but it is strange how urgently we are being pressured to give a firm no. We don't know what happened to Air France's Airbus and we may never -- but to speculate about terrorism is not unwarranted, crazy, extreme, pathetic, vacuous or self-evidently laughable. It's not like it never happens.
My theory is that the plane was the victim of a massive release of electromagnetic energy that forced Flight 447 to crash on a mysterious island replete with healing properties, ancient structures, and the remnants of strange scientific experiments. Also, since there was a flash of light before its disappearance, my guess is that they're somewhere in 1974.
What's your theory?