Mar 242015

Oliver McGee Discusses Status of Southern Indian Oceanic Search for MH370: One-Year Later on Fox “America’s News HQ” (VIDEO)

BREAKING NEWS: The missing MH370 Boeing 777-200ER airliner is believed to be “largely intact,” resting on the mountainous Indian Ocean floor, as a “MH370 Gentle Landing Theory” now emerges among experts from what can be surmised from the breakage from the airliner hull and 12-24 month reproductive breeding of seashell or barnacle biological life on the La Réunion wreckage from MH370.


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Oliver McGee is professor of mechanical engineering at Howard University. He is an aerospace, mechanical, and civil engineer, and author of six books on Amazon. He is former United States deputy assistant secretary of transportation for technology policy (1999-2001) in the Clinton Administration, and former senior policy adviser in the Clinton White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (1997-1999).

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