Investigators plan to use sea explosions to solve MH370 flight mystery

  • The mystery of MH370 still remains unsolved
  • The plane disappeared back on March 8, 2014
  • The researchers are taking a new approach to solve the mystery

Published on Jun 01, 2024 at 9:42 AM (UTC+4)
by Daksh Chaudhary

Last updated on Jun 03, 2024 at 1:27 PM (UTC+4)
Edited by Nalin Rawat

The mystery of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 – a Boeing 777 – still remains unsolved to this date.

The plane disappeared back on March 8, 2014.

MH370 was carrying 227 passengers and 12 crew members, and there’s no record of where they vanished.

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The flight was headed to Beijing but disappeared soon after leaving Kuala Lumpur.

Despite an extensive search, the plane was never found.

This case is quite similar to the Dragonfly plane lost in New Zealand, which is still being searched for.

But now, the researchers are taking a new approach to solve the mystery.

They believe that sound waves might actually help find the missing MH370 flight.

When aircraft crash into the sea, they create unique acoustic signatures that can travel over 3,000 kilometers underwater.

By analyzing these sounds, scientists hope to pinpoint the crash location.

If a mysterious shipwreck that vanished in 1904 can be found, so can the lost Boeing 777.

Scientists suggest using controlled underwater explosions to create similar sound waves.

This technique successfully solved a missing submarine case, giving hope that MH370 would finally be found.

The official investigation concluded that MH370 likely crashed near the seventh arc.

This is the same point where the last communication between the plane and the British satellite company took place.

By performing the underwater explosions, they hope they can confirm if the signal is related to MH370 or not.

Interestingly, Ian Wilson, a technology expert, said he found MH370 wreckage on Google Maps in the Cambodian jungle.

However, there were no solid proofs to support this claim.

Boeing 777 is known for its advanced technology and luxury, making this mystery even more puzzling.

This isn’t the first time a plane has vanished – take the case of Amelia Earhart’s lost plane for instance.

But there’s still hope that MH370 will be found, giving the families of the lost passengers closure to this mystery.


Daksh Chaudhary

Meet Daksh: Not your typical pro, but definitely a pro at being fascinated by supercars, tech, and all things futuristic. When he's not nose-deep in work, catch him glued to anime screens or lost in the pages of a good book.