What Do You Think Happened To Malaysian Airlines Flight 370?

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  1. crazyhorsesghost profile image73
    crazyhorsesghostposted 4 years ago

    What Do You Think Happened To Malaysian Airlines Flight 370?

    Did it break up in the air or did terrorists take over the flight and fly the airplane and land it at a undisclosed location? Are they planning to use the plane in a terrorist attack? What did they do with the people on that flight if they did land it some where? What do you think?

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  2. tehgyb profile image81
    tehgybposted 4 years ago

    Aliens took it!

    Honestly though, I'm not sure. I'm thinking massive electronics failure leading to crashing it into the ocean. I hope everyone is okay, but as time goes on hope is dwindling.

  3. chef-de-jour profile image98
    chef-de-jourposted 4 years ago

    It will be found in time. I don't think it's been hijacked and landed for terrorist purposes. I doubt it's crash landed safely on land somewhere. I think it's probably at the bottom of the ocean and we're waiting for debris to surface. The cause will not be known until that recorder black box is found. Listening to the experts speculate is a bit difficult - you feel for those poor families - and all of them are quite baffled. Complete engine failure usually gives time for emergency communication before crash landing;electronics failure is extremely rare;no storms were in evidence that day/night.

    I guess a passenger or member of the crew could have gone berserk and caused the plane to nosedive into the ocean without trace but what are the odds?

    The two passengers with stolen passports seem to be innocents.

    It all adds up to quite a mystery but there has to be a rational explanation involving something catastrophic or secretive. It has to be the former surely. A catastrophe of some kind has happened.

    Naturally I really hope I'm wrong.

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    Copper Manposted 4 years ago

    From ongoing newscast coverage it begins to appear someone comandeered the plane, took it high enough to disable the passengers and then, on a too-rapid descent, lost control. A would-be hijacking gone wrong.

  5. aguasilver profile image72
    aguasilverposted 4 years ago

    OK, the last I heard it was confirmed that someone acted with deliberation when they turned of all the electronic tracking systems they could.

    I also read that there had been 20 electronic warfare specialists on board.... ergo folk who know how to crash whole countries web servers, not just planes.

    My best guess... a superpower (USA ?) saw that a large number of 'dangerous' assets were moving towards another superpowers capital (China) and either saw a unique advantage to grab their 'home' team, or at least 'disappear' them.

    There are countless spy sats overviewing that area constantly, by now (and within hours maximum) they (the spooks) would have plotted and followed the course the jet took and know where it was landed.

    The inefficiency of the Malay government, whether deliberate of not, tied with the misinformation package sold to the media, ensured that whoever took the plane had time to achieve their objective, which I suspect was taking the experts not just killing them, if it were killing they would have done it in a 'terrorist' attack, and maybe the 'false flag' unaccounted passport holders were assets in place in case they needed to terminate the plane rather than steal it.

    In any case I imagine the innocent passengers will never be seen again, or they could be found in the jungle somewhere.... it's possible that in the stealth flight time the plane landed at a CIA airstrip and downloaded the 'cargoe' before being re flown to a deepwater grave we may never find... heck they may have just taken the 'black box' and dropped that in a really deep hole in the ocean.

    Anyhow, just a guess, I would have no way of knowing that, and could not possibly comment on it! smile

 
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