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VIDEO: Have they found flight MH370? Search ship detects a black box 'pulse signal' from 3.5 miles bbelow southern Indian Ocean.

VIDEO: Have they found flight MH370? Search ship detects a black box 'pulse signal' from 3.5 miles below southern Indian Ocean.

Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kGztJ5fTF2A

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Chinese air force plane spots '20 pieces of debris'

*Chinese ship Haixun 01 is said to have picked up the signal

*37.5Hz understood to be the same frequency as emitted by flight recorders

*Australian officials confirm that the signal is consistent with a black box

*MH370 went missing on March 8 travelling from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing

*The deepest part of the search zone is 5,800 metres or 19,000 feet

*Teams are scouring an area that measures 84,000 square miles

*A Chinese air force plane spotted around 20 pieces of potential debris

PUBLISHED: 07:24 EST, 5 April 2014 | UPDATED: 15:59 EST, 5 April 2014

A Chinese ship that is part of the multinational search effort looking for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane has detected a 'pulse signal' in southern Indian Ocean waters, it has emerged.

China's official news agency said a black box detector deployed by the vessel, Haixun 01, picked up a signal today.

The ship said that the signal it picked up has a frequency of 37.5kHz per second, which is the type that the aircraft's black box would send out.

Tonight, Australian officials confirmed that the signals the Chinese ship detected are consistent with an aircraft black box, strengthening the prospect of a dramatic breakthrough in the hunt for the Boeing

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Wondering what frequencies

Wondering what frequencies sea mammals (whales, dolphins, purposes, etc.) use to communicate? 37.5 kHz is not to far away from the upper limit of human hearing. I pray the passengers and crew are somewhere safe and comfortable, even if theirs' has been a heavenly destination. If this is a false flag, the perpetrators are unlikely to fool the world once again.

It has

to be the box. Not alot of fish that I know of swimming around pinging at exactly the frequency of a black box.

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Well who knows.

Here's a fox article.
I don't know how I have the stomach to link a fox article right now.

Happened pretty quick after that interview with the woman about there being jets following the plane.
So it is true as far as the mainstream goes. I really hope that is the black box. I want to get this over with so we can all move on. We will all see that the plane imploded or something, or perhaps it was even shot down by accident (although its reported that there was no explosion detected). Whatever we find out Just remember that people died, and the real grieving for those families will begin. hopefully this is it, and the Facts will be released, case will be closed, there will be little left to debatem

Here is an interesting wiki page detailing what is an incomplete list of unrecovered flight recorders. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_unrecovered_flight_reco... There are plenty of them.

The frequency was picked because there is supposed to be nothing in the ocean that gives off that one. So, its definitely worth investigating. I also don't know much about the blackboxes. I figured by now they would all have gps in them anyway? Well I believe I found my answer. Which is that it would take a rather large amount of power to transmit a signal to reach a satellite through the many thousands of feet of water that it lies beneath. So I assume without knowing completely that It would likely not be practical economically.
So, the next question that has crossed my mind is, why don't they just make them float?. This write up seemed to sum a bit of that up, http://criticaluncertainties.com/2014/03/11/black-boxes-stil...