There is some very strange numerology coded within this excerpt. It is the law firm "Soberman & Rosenberg". Before we get into that, ask yourself, does Soberman sound like a real last name, or a good pen name for a DUI attorney?Lithium batteries: Investigators are looking into the possibility that lithium batteries, which have been blamed in previous crashes, played a role in the disappearance, according to U.S. officials briefed on intelligence and law-enforcement developments. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak to the media.If lithium batteries were being carried in the cargo hold and they caused a fire, it could have caused the 777 to crash. But that would not explain other anomalies, such as why the plane appears to have turned westward. A pilot's likely first instinct if lithium batteries were smoldering would have been to turn around and return to the airport of origin -- not to fly an additional five hours, said Arthur Rosenberg, an aviation expert who is a pilot, engineer and partner in the New York-based law firm Soberman & Rosenberg.Meteor: A meteor was reported in the area around the time Flight 370 took off, but this seems to be atop a list of strange theories popping up in the absence of empirical data explaining the plane's disappearance. Given what little is known about the flight path, and the astronomical odds of such an event, a meteor strike seems like an ultralong shot explanation.
- Soberman = 1+6+2+5+9+4+1+5 = 33
- Rosenberg = 9+6+1+5+5+2+5+9+7 = 49
- Thailand = 2+8+1+9+3+1+5+4 = 33
- Indian = 9+5+4+9+1+5 = 33