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March 14th, 2014
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Here at "New Day," we love buzzy stories, hilarious viral videos and people who make it on the news for being awesome (hello, Good Stuff!). But we can only fit so much of that on the air.

So we thought, where can we put this deserving-every-last-bit-of-your-attention type of content so that our fans can access it 24/7?

The obvious answer is Tumblr!

Throughout the week, check out our page for the best viral videos  (like this clip of a guinea pig making a popcorn-y mess), our favorite segments (i.e. Kate Bolduan’s interview with the incredible parasailing survivor) and plenty of behind the scenes pictures (Tumblr-ers love Olympian Sage Kotsenburg as much as we do).

We’ve even started #TBT! (That’s “Throwback Thursday” for those of you who are not social media obsessed).

So log into your Tumblr – or create one, it’s fun! – and give us a follow. We promise you won’t be disappointed!*

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  1. Harry

    If the "Pings" are proven real, I will be glade my previous theory about an Iran involvement is wrong, and no threat.
    However, presuming the locations of the Pings are correct, but no debris,oil, gasoline slicks, what so ever are found, this may be explained, a masterful pilot was at the yoke, and some how manage to keep the plane gliding above the water and only after a slow down, to a stop, submerge in the ocean. But, in this case, the buoyancy of the plane, could be calculated from the volume and weight of the plane and quality of the water (salinity and temperature), and could be the plane submerged to certain point, but not to the bottom, floating with no possibility, to control, not having an anchor, water tanks like a submarine, and any propulsion ways. Here is another, possibility, where the temperature of the water at the level is floating, may keep the people in a suspended animation, not dead yet. May sound like science fiction, but has a strong science element. I'm optimistic by nature.
    There may be a danger from the remote control robotic sonars, which can sense only down direction, and collide with the free floating plane, if what I'm seeing above could be happening.

    April 11, 2014 at 1:18 am | Reply
  2. sandra derr

    Love your show so much better than Morning Joe which I have watched for many years!!

    April 7, 2014 at 1:24 pm | Reply
  3. Harry

    Please read this. You will find it makes good sense.

    – The Airplane Flight M370 is not in the bottom of the ocean. This was a well, professional orchestrate high jack and disappearance, to avoid radars and any form of tracing. There is a better chance to win a Mega Million jackpot, then to find the plane at the bottom of the Ocean.

    – No terrorist organization claimed the success, because is State, interested on acquiring a delivery means, for very heavy in development atomic bomb. Pull a North Korea, and make the entry on the A bomb club, countries. One of the biggest powerful planes will do the job. This makes possible to make a delivery, in disguise as a commercial flight.

    – On the flight M370 were find two people with stolen passports, witch from all nations of the earth, happened to be Iranian. Not find yet in the terrorist list, but could have been a first assignment. About being Christian, who knows, if didn’t converted.

    – The straight vector of the Flight, after turning the plane, will put the flight passing Southern Tip of India. After this a light turn to the right, puts the plane head to Iran. All above the waters.

    Walks like a duck, looks like a duck, is an IRAN work.

    April 2, 2014 at 11:12 am | Reply
    • TeamCNNCNN

      Hi, Harry,
      Thanks so much for sharing your theory. We'll send to the teams reviewing viewer submissions.

      Stay with CNN as we continue to cover this mystery.

      Happy Wednesday!
      Lola / CNN VCM

      April 2, 2014 at 12:08 pm | Reply
  4. Jim Wasser

    I am SO glad Kate is back in the US.

    April 1, 2014 at 11:51 am | Reply

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