Today’s Technology Could Have Helped Amelia Earhart to Survive Plane Crash
Jul 5, 2012
Think of what your life would be like without technology. You panic when you misplace your mobile phone, the batteries are running low or are even dead, or the power cable for your digital television is not working properly. Technology is supposed to make our lives easier and it does. But along with satellite televisions and computers, you need to have proper and reliable cable testers, cable adapters and similar products to keep all your technological products operating smoothly.
Think of what the world was like in 1937 when aviatrix Amelia Earhart attempted to fly around the world. Earhart was often out of range of radio communications during her flight. Researchers theorize that she survived the crash of her Lockheed Electra airplane in the South Pacific, possibly on an uninhabited island of Nikumaroro, part of the Pacific archipelago Republic of Kiribati.
If Earhart would have carried equipment such as a cable tester or extra power cables she may have been able to avert doom.
Other technological items such as GPS, an operating mobile phone and cable adapters to keep it all working would have allowed researchers to locate and rescue her.