The ABC story from 2014 being used to corroborate the MH370 video does not actually do so

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The Mirror post on UAPs cites an ABC article regarding three unknown objects spotted near the disappearance of flight MH370. I took a look at this article (linked here) and it’s pretty clear the objects are not identical spherical UAPs. IMO Mirror is a make-believe gossip rag and it’s unlikely they even bothered to read the original ABC article, as they failed to link it in their post. Please let me know if I’m missing anything here.

Here are the key points from the ABC article that make it clear the unknown objects spotted by Chinese satellites are more likely plane debris rather than UAPs:

The objects were floating, not flying.

The Chinese government described the objects as “some debris in the area where the Malaysian Airlines passenger plane lost contact and was suspected to crash.”

The objects were all different sizes. “The largest object measured 78 feet by 72 feet while the smaller objects are 45 feet by 62 feet, and 42 feet by 59 feet.”

Let’s not get hysterical about the video. It’s a video and we all know that a video can be faked.

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