Surely by now some floating debris should have been found. Perhaps the final resting place is in the jungles of Sumatra or Java.
I feel too much weight has been put on the mathematicians calculations on the hourly handshakes. They have made huge assumptions----straight line flying, constant speed and altitude, temperature in the E&E bay, autopilot or pilot controlling flight. Taking these variables into account would mean the a/c would not have flown so far south.
If as I think the autopilot is knocked out due to O2 bottle rupture(the radar track back across The Peninsula and up the Malacca Straits should be able to show whether the autopilot is in or out), the a/c would have wandered randomly and not travelled so far south. So far we have not seen any accurate tracks released from the military!
Last Edit: May 11, 2015 15:11:58 GMT by birdspeed2