Finding Flight 370: A Needle in a Garbage Patch?

Read the full story at LiveScience.

The search for any physical evidence of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 continues, more than two weeks after the plane’s disappearance.

Despite occasional reports that some debris has been spotted, nothing has yet turned up that satisfies officials who are combing the Indian Ocean for anything that could be a clue to the Boeing 777-200′s whereabouts.

In addition to foul weather, administrative bungling and the vastness of the search area, the search for MH 370 has been compounded by one other factor: the incredible amount of garbage already floating in the search area — and in oceans worldwide. [Malaysia Flight 370: Facts & Timeline]

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