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    Re: (OFF-TOPIC) Flight 370
    From: Rommel John Miller
    Date: 2014 Mar 24, 20:35 -0700

    Well said, we shouldn't talk about the disappearance of the plane, just the data in finding it. But look at AF440 and the use of Woods Hole's boats and equiptment there. Should they go, the Suez Canal would be the most effacious route. It took Woods hole to find Titanic over 6 months, in a relatively limited area. Surface debris was found from the Titanic too after the disaster. But the final resting place remained a mystery for how long? And the coorinates of where she sunk and where she lays are off too. All this has to be considered in looking for 370, and the coordinates will be located sooner or later, all I know is that Woods Hole could help and wouldn't hurt.
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