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(Huffington Post UK)   Forget about all those crazy theories of what happened to the missing Malaysian Airlines flight, this student knows what happened   (huffingtonpost.co.uk) divider line 22
    More: Interesting, Malaysia Airlines, Andrew Aude, aviation fuel, patrol boats, civil aviation, Gulf of Thailand, major-generals, AFP PHOTO  
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2014-03-13 09:16:13 PM
3 votes:
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Everyone knows they're just getting ready to fly it into the Pentagon.
2014-03-13 06:10:35 PM
3 votes:
It seems pretty clear that the plane was hijacked/not hijacked blew up/didn't blow up crashed immediately/flew for several hours before coming to rest in the South China Sea/Malacca Strait/Indian Ocean where the crew and passengers were eaten by Langoliers/abducted by aliens/sold into slavery by the Chinese.
2014-03-13 08:20:36 PM
2 votes:
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2014-03-13 07:47:17 PM
2 votes:

Perducci: Aude also has an explanation for the ringing phones, saying: "If the plane flew over or near land, then cellular connectivity is still possible."

If his understanding of aeronautics is as bad as his understanding of cellular technology (or even just Plain Old Telephone Service), then I wouldn't hold my breath that his theory is correct. Just because a phone seems to be ringing on the caller's end doesn't mean that the device is actually ringing, or even being reached.


But his dad is a pilot, and he considered studying aerospace engineering.
2014-03-13 07:18:24 PM
2 votes:
I bet he also found the Boston Bombers before the Feds did.

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2014-03-13 07:12:43 PM
2 votes:

KeithLM: So yes, four hours straight over the water at high altitude could avoid radar altogether.


So yes, four hours straight over the water at high altitude could avoid radar.
2014-03-13 05:42:36 PM
2 votes:
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They probably could've picked a better photo than one that makes him look like he's one of America's Most Wanted.
2014-03-13 10:03:20 PM
1 votes:

ransack.: Steve McQueen's Motorcycle: They need to find this thing soon, or at least pieces of it or we have a problem.

My theory.  A crew member (or two) took control, shut the systems down that they could and flew to a preplanned remote destination across the Indian Ocean.  With assistance of waiting accomplices, the rest of the crew and passengers were removed and executed.  Have been removed and replaced with a big bomb.  either bigish nuclear or small nuke triggered EMP.  Plane takes off and flies low again to its intended target.  The plane is easily flown by one person.  Soon.

That never happened the other time someone stole a Boeing jetliner


These things get stolen left and right. They are the Toyota Camry of the sky.
2014-03-13 09:03:34 PM
1 votes:
I like how we're now basing entire news articles on people's theories.. Journamalism yeah!

I have the same qualifications as this kid, my dad is a manufacturer of the engines this plane uses. I also have already graduated college and I've seen every episode of Air Crash Investigation. Someone get CNN on the phone now, I've got a theory!

Also, his theory fits the facts *because we have very few facts*.

Jesus this planet is hurtling toward an Idiocracy reality.
2014-03-13 08:33:07 PM
1 votes:
I mean, the thing is, you can't not prove him not incorrect or otherwise.  Besides, there's only one man who knows what happened to that flight, and I'm not talking until I get a paid interview scheduled with Oprah or that crazy chick on CNN.
2014-03-13 08:17:16 PM
1 votes:
Minnesota voters, God bless their souls, elected Michele Bachmann and doomed the flight.
2014-03-13 07:58:19 PM
1 votes:

shastacola: Lydia_C: shastacola: cfletch13: shastacola: centrifugal bumblepuppy: ABC reports that the two communication systems, ACARS and transponder, were shut down 15 minutes apart.

Sounds deliberate.

An expert on CNN is flat out saying it can't be an accident.

If he was any credible expert, he would be saying that no one can determine that at this stage.  Unfortunately, cable news channel producers and viewers like definitive answers. But there are not any... yet.

Actually his comment was in regard to the communication systems being shut off 15 minutes apart. He said that would be impossible. His name was John Nance,he's supposedly an aviation expert.


Are you sure you heard him correctly? In this article, Nance suggests that the time separation between the shutdowns of the data reporting system and the transponder is an indication of a deliberate act, i.e., not an accident.

That's what I said,he said it can't be an accident,it was a  deliberate shutdown of the communication systems.



Sorry, I misunderstood you to be saying that Nance said it was impossible for the plane's communications to shut down in the way they apparently did.

And now I can't stop thinking of this Nance:

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/the clouds are not what they seem
2014-03-13 07:53:01 PM
1 votes:
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2014-03-13 07:49:29 PM
1 votes:

shastacola: cfletch13: Lydia_C: shastacola: cfletch13: shastacola: centrifugal bumblepuppy: ABC reports that the two communication systems, ACARS and transponder, were shut down 15 minutes apart.

Sounds deliberate.

An expert on CNN is flat out saying it can't be an accident.

If he was any credible expert, he would be saying that no one can determine that at this stage.  Unfortunately, cable news channel producers and viewers like definitive answers. But there are not any... yet.

Actually his comment was in regard to the communication systems being shut off 15 minutes apart. He said that would be impossible. His name was John Nance,he's supposedly an aviation expert.


Are you sure you heard him correctly? In this article, Nance suggests that the time separation between the shutdowns of the data reporting system and the transponder is an indication of a deliberate act, i.e., not an accident.

There's still a possibility of electrical fire getting progressively worse and effecting avionics, too... which would explain the gap in between the communication systems shutting down and no "Pan Pan Pan" call.

If it was a hijacker, I'd suspect the transponder would be shut off first like on 9/11.  ACARS won't really help you escape being tracked.  And even so, why 15 minutes later?  Maybe they had to stop and read the manual?

I still don't think there's enough evidence to draw any conclusions yet.

No one will know what happened until they find the plane. I'm just reporting what Nance thinks.


NO!  IT'S ALL YOUR FAULT WHAT NANCE THINKS!
2014-03-13 07:42:53 PM
1 votes:
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2014-03-13 07:20:36 PM
1 votes:

fusillade762: Aude also has an explanation for the ringing phones, saying: "If the plane flew over or near land, then cellular connectivity is still possible."

What ringing phones? This is the first I've heard of that. And how high do cell towers reach?


all of them
2014-03-13 07:16:13 PM
1 votes:

BigNumber12: KeithLM: So yes, four hours straight over the water at high altitude could avoid radar altogether.

So yes, four hours straight over the water at high altitude could avoid radar.


That's not important right now.
2014-03-13 07:09:17 PM
1 votes:

centrifugal bumblepuppy: ABC reports that the two communication systems, ACARS and transponder, were shut down 15 minutes apart.

Sounds deliberate.


An expert on CNN is flat out saying it can't be an accident.
2014-03-13 07:05:44 PM
1 votes:
Balki Bartakamous says it's the Langoliers.

Cereal tho... what happened to the GPS and Transponder?
2014-03-13 06:59:54 PM
1 votes:

meow said the dog: No one has asked to me what has happened but it is known of me.


What happened, meow?
m00
2014-03-13 06:55:04 PM
1 votes:
Wait, so now the Huffington Post considers reposting theories from random student blogs to be "reporting"? Look upon my works ye mighty and despair.
2014-03-13 06:24:18 PM
1 votes:
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