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Conspiracy Theories, Transponders, Rogue Pilots and Media Madness. UPDATE: August 2, 2016 SO THIS is what it comes down to. Earlier this week, the multi-nation team investigating the 2014 disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight 370 announced that the hunt for the missing Boeing 777, which had been concentrated in the southeastern Indian Ocean, was at last being called off. After two years and over a hundred million search dollars, only a few scattered pieces of the jetliner were found, washed ashore on isolated islands, presumably hundreds or even thousands of miles from the actual, unknown spot were the flight met its end.

I’m disappointed, but not surprised. I’ve been saying from the start that we should prepare for the possibility of the disaster remaining forever unsolved. It happens this way, sometimes. If it helps you feel better, the air crash annals contain numerous unsolved accidents. What makes this one different, maybe, is that major air crashes are so rare to begin with nowadays. On top of that, we’ve come to expect and demand easy and fast solutions to pretty much everything, with a fetishized belief that “technology,” whatever that even means anymore, can answer any question and fix any problem.

But it can’t. Sometimes nature wins. And that’s what this is about, ultimately: nature. The immensity of the ocean, both in breadth and depth, versus the comparative speck of a 777. Oh sure, radios, transponders, emergency locator transmitters, GPS, real-time position streaming, satellite tracking. All of that is fallible, one way or the other. The wreckage is out there, somewhere, nestled invisibly in some immense undersea fissure or canyon, in the ink-black darkness beneath thousands of feet of seawater. The search vessels may have swept right over it.

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