The airline industry says they're in the stone age of air traffic control and that no one should be surprised when a jet filled with people goes missing over the Atlantic. If that was true, then why wouldn't this sort of thing be happening constantly? Is it a testament to how skilled the air traffic controllers are? Probably. If that's the case, shouldn't we let one or two mistakes slide? That's easy to ask when no one you know is on a missing plane.
We live in a world where professionals dealing with lives have no room for error at all and that's pretty hypocritical. We're always told pencils have erasers for a reason. It should be okay to make a mistake every once in awhile because that keeps us from hiding and covering up for what we mess up. Perhaps dozens of planes go missing all the time, but we never hear about them and this recent Air France flight was too big to hide. I'm onto you air travel industry, you don't fool me...
A lot of people are speculating that the plane hit storms, or that storms hit the plane (which is how I'd prefer to look at it since there's no sense in making the plane the culprit). I hope everyone is okay, but if something did occur, I hope they were warped to a magical land where all their fantasies come true, and not Heaven, just another dimension where they're still alive. See, I didn't wish death on them. Don't say I want them dead, I want them ALIVE! Alive and riding flying pink dolphins through clouds made of candy and dreams! With their families! I don't know how they'd get their families there, I guess the families could be transported there too, like a buy 1 get 1 free ticket package deal.