These days we all are hearing one news that is about MH 370, Malaysia Airlines flight which took off from Kuala Lumpur with a doom. Till date there has not been any trace for that.
The team of divers has been sent from various countries to trace the plane and they are trying to search the plane since 8h March, 2014 but till date there has not been a single trace for that. The Government is giving various stories with the thought of possibility of hijack but there is no confirmation for that also till date.
Recently, I was scrolling on my face book page and I saw various jokes on Malaysia Airlines and the plane which is lost. I really felt sorry, I feel that instead of directing our energy in making fun of the airlines or post we must think and pray for the families of 239 people who are still living their lives in hope that their loved ones are alive… I feel sorry for them and pray for them and their loved ones too.
Today, when I logged on to my Face book page I saw people posting two videos on MH370 and the other planes which were lost and never found in Pacific Ocean. I was amazed when I also saw a write up on Real Life Sea Monster was Spotted on Pacific Ocean where National museum of Japan was happy to announce that they’ve successfully captured a footage of a giant squid on the depth of the Pacific Ocean teaming up with NHK and US Discovery Channel.
They say that the creature is thought to be the genesis of the Nordic legend of Kraken, a sea monster believed to have attacked ships in waters off Scandinavia over the last millennium
“Researchers around the world have tried to film giant squid in their natural habitats, but all attempts were in vain before,”
The giant squid, named “Architeuthis” by the scientist.
When I was young, my mother used to tell me a story of a sea monster, never thought it does exist…
Is this really true? Well I did a search for the lost planes in Pacific Ocean and I came across a story of Amelia Earhart .
Famed aviator Amelia Earhart vanished along with navigator Fred Noonan during a doomed attempt to fly around the world in 1937.There’s still no concrete evidence as to what happened.
Theories about her fate included one that Earhart’s plane was forced down by the Japanese around the Marshall Islands. Another is that Earhart secretly returned to the United States and the government gave her a new identity.
Earhart was on the last segment of her global route, flying from Lae, Papua New Guinea, with a destination 2,500 miles away in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. If her plane crashed into the waters short of her planned refueling point on Howland Island, the wreckage is likely resting 17,500 feet below the ocean’s surface.
Only in recent years has it been possible to explore those depths with underwater vehicles. Expeditions scanning the ocean’s floor have offered tantalizing evidence in the past two years that Earhart’s plane could be near Nikumaroro Island in the South Pacific but no trace has been found as yet. There are many stories of ships and planes getting lost in Pacific oceans never to be found again.
I don’t know whether the stories given are true or the explanation of supernatural or Aliens taking away or of sea monster existence are true. Such mysteries are phenomenally gripping but then all we can do is take a minute out from our daily schedule and pray for the souls who are lost and God knows where!!!!