Without facts, fantasies and theories swarm into tortured minds – or just curious ones – to pick over. The disappearance of flight MH370 has taught us that modern life is not beyond mystery, that our gird-mapped, super-connected world is less graspable than we thought. It has reminded us of a timeless agony – what it is not to know. – Janice Turner, The Times London
It’s been over 13 days from the time Malaysian flight 370 went missing with 239 people on board. Twenty-six nations are in the search process. Families, friends and loved ones are hoping for some answer or confirmation of MH370’s whereabouts.
In a world such as ours, with all the interconnectivity and satellite communications, there is silence – dead silence. Read more