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Posted by Trini Kid - - 0 comments

Sup Travellers?! If you've been surfing the web, listening to radio or watching television lately i'm sure that you've heard of the missing Malaysian Airlines' plane. The plane has gone missing for days now and the only clue on the table is an oil slick in the Pacific ocean. That's basically all they have after days of searching. Oh yeah, they did also find out that a couple of the passports on the plane were stolen. One of the stolen passports was stolen by an Iranian man but officials say that the Iranian name has no terrorists links.

But while officials were investigating the Iranian man a strange new report presented itself on the table. The mobile phones of the passengers are still ringing. Wait what?! If the plane is underwater then most if not all electronics should be destroyed right? Right? What is also crazy is the fact that some of the passengers are appearing online on social media....WHAT???!!!!!!! That's highly impossible if the plane crashed. Daily Mail UK and the Washington Post report that despite the online presence of the passengers and active ring tones, no one is responding. Another thing is that even though the phones survived a crash the batteries should have surely died by now. Right?

So why not use GPS tracking and track the phones..DUHHH!! Well, that was an idea but strangely enough the GPS signals weren't able to be detected. As a matter of fact, no GPS signals whatsoever have been detected not even the ones from the plane. If the phones are in the sea then it shouldn't be able to be tracked but it also shouldn't be able to ring. If the plane was underwater then why didn't the beacon or some other buoyant part of the plane float to the top. That makes no sense. The plane also has GPS so why wasn't anyone able to detect the GPS? This makes no sense AT ALL!!! It's like the plane just vanished.

According to Singapore's Strait Times, a Malaysia Airlines official, Hugh Dunleavy has confirmed to families that his company had tried to call the cellphones of crew members and they too had also rang out. He is reported to have told relatives that those phone numbers have been turned over to Chinese authorities.

Unless the plane was hijacked in some elaborate heist there is no way that it shouldn't be able to be found. There are too many unanswered questions and I want answers. Where the hell is that plane? And why are the phones still ringing? Is the plane underwater? And if it is, why hasn't anything resurfaced after so many days? Where's the GPS? And why can't anyone detect the signals?QUESTIONS!! QUESTIONS!!!!! Anyway, my name is Trinikid and you've just been informed.