Monday, March 24, 2014


Latest news is that the Malaysian government confirmed that the plane went down into the Indian Ocean south of Perth based on British Immarsat Satellite technology using 19th century physics like Doppler Effect which every 'A' level student learned during JC physics with a  3% error margin.

Of course it will be more prudent to gather physical evidence before making the announcement but Malaysia was severely criticised for not communicating promptly initially by stressing that they need to verify. It is damned if you announced early and also damned if you do  not announced early and the victims' families got the news for elsewhere.

At the end of the day, psychic bomoh cannot predict where the aircraft went but good old physics deliver an answer within a reasonable level of accuracy.

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