He also said a big oil slick originally thought to come from the plane probably also came from a ship, though fuel slicks detected were likely from the jet because the fuel was of a type not used by seagoing vessels
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Just underscores how fluid situations like a catastophic event are.
Apparently they're focussing in on the pitots. Can only imagine the nightmare in the middle of the ocean in an airliner if they go.
The whole thing just doesnt add up, even when struck by lightining, there is still hardly any chance that an aircraft would just "disappear" from radar contact.. Even if it came unstuck in mid air it wouldn't have just disappeared.. RIP to all those involved, I hope an explanation is found, but I can't see that happening
they have recovered some part now and 17+ bodies
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Is it feasible that the plane broke up before impact with the water? could that explain why it just 'dissappeared' off of all radar screens? E.g. Hit by lightning/extreme turbulence/some other factor causing a hole in the fuselage which then resulted in the breakup of the entire aircaft due to its speed? Or am i talking nonsense?
I'd say it's a bit more than feasible. I'd say the debris field would tend to indicate it broke up well before hitting the water. Lightning and turbulence alone wouldn't do it, though.
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