On March 8, 2014, the world was shocked by the abrupt disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 from the aircraft’s radar. Various efforts have been made since then by various parties to unravel this riddle.
A few days ago, an aerospace engineer named Richard Godfrey claimed that he had used new technology to pinpoint the exact location of the MH370 disaster.
The incident occurred 1,993 kilometres west of Perth and was located 4,000 metres below the bottom, according to Godfrey.
The aerospace expert further stated that the previous search was really 28 kilometres away from the crash site that he discovered. Godfrey also hopes that his results will inspire further search attempts in the next year.
According to reports, the plane was resting in the same region where the University of Western Australia’s Head of Oceanography, Professor Chritha Pattiaratchi, said it was.
He employed a novel technique known as ‘weak signal propagation,’ which was initially designed for digital radio.
This strategy was tested with a number of ‘blind’ flights that could not be spotted normally. The results of the tests revealed that the aircraft route and position could be precisely traced.
Godfrey had previously told the media that the accident was the result of a terrorist strike, but this hypothesis has been dismissed by Australian specialists.
“But, you know, I’m not a judge. And all I can say is that this is my present theory.
“I am still available if the authorities want to release more information they have,” the guy stated.
For the record, 239 people were killed in the crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.