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     On March 8th, 2014, Malaysian Airlines flight 370 vanished without a single trace. Officials and relatives were left baffled by

the unexplained disappearance, and lack of information brought forward to explain this tragic event. Many countries have come forward

to offer assistance and aid in this mysterious and unexplained phenomenon. Many people began to assume many

 theories as to what happened in the forty minute time span in which all contact was lost. Ten months after the unexplained

disappearance the search for Flight 370 was declared an accident leaving numerous unanswered questions as to what happened to all

the passengers, and where they are all now.

  According to Bloomberg "On March 8th, 2014 two hundred and thirty nine passengers and crew members departed Kuala Lumpar at

12:41 am, due to arrive in Beijing at 6:30 am the same morning. The last transmission from flight 370 was received from Boeing 777-200ER

using an onboard text and data messaging system known by the acronym ACARS. The last words exchanged with Flight 370 were " Good


 Malaysian three seven zero." . The radar transponder was shut off at 1:21 am, and than the ACARS transmission that was due is not

received. Later that morning at 2:15 am Malaysian military radars spot an aircraft, that is not using their transponder, on the west side of

 the peninsular. That aircraft is later identified as flight 370 heading away from its preplanned route.

  At 6:30 am Flight 370 misses its destination and does not arrive in Beijing. At 7:39 am China's Xinhua new agency released a bulletin

 that all contact with Flight 370 was lost. Later that morning at 8:11 am the last satellite transmission from Flight 370 was received. The

following days were focused on the initial search located on the Gulf of Thailand, the location of the last radar transmission. The following

weeks and months are spent expanding the search area, and looking for any signs of debris. The search parties, relatives of missing

passengers, and Government officials are only disappointed as no new evidence, or hope is brought forward.

  Many countries including China, The United States, New Zealand, and Australia help lead air and sea searches to no avail. On March

24th, 2014 the Prime Minister announced that the Flight ended in the Indian Ocean ruling out any passenger survival. Relatives of the

passengers remained hopeful through this, and held onto the belief that they somehow survived. The search continued throughout the

entire year and into the new year to no avail. Sadly on January 29th, 2015 Malaysian officials declared the mystery of Flight 370 an

accident, and the search for survivors over much to the anger of relatives of the passengers.

  The announcement cleared the way for the company to pay compensation to the families of the passengers. Although, many relatives

 protested and disagreed with the announcement and refused to believe it. The Civil Aviation Chief said all data was reviewed and used in

 the search, but still the plane could not be located. He strongly insisted that the search would still continue for the wreckage.

  Due to the lack of evidence and the abnormal circumstances that surround this tragic incident many theories have come forth. Some

theories point towards terrisom. Two Iranian men were on the plane, and it was later discovered that they had used false identities to

board the aircraft. Some theories believe these two men boarded the plane, successfully hijacked it, and proceeded to purposely crash the

 plane into the ocean. More theories point towards the Ukrainian border and it being shot down by military forces.

  Other more outlandish theories point more towards otherworldly means. Many people have come forward with theories of

extraterrestrial beings abducting the plane, super weapons that can make planes seemingly vanish from thin air. None of these theories

can be proven ,but none can truly be ruled out. Flight 370 has been missing for over three hundred and twenty days, and with the oceans

constantly moving and shifting the wreckage could not stay in the same place. Flight 370's chances of being found are very little, the ocean

has been scrutinized by various search efforts a number of times. The odds are small of any hope of finding the plane, but the search

continues still in vague hope of finding remnants of the aircraft.

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