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but Courtney Love told me she already found it, I don't know what to believe anymore
although, i can't find the article that said it was easy to find, so i don't know
they probably missed some key evidence in their assumptions.
And sad news, naturally, but potentially some 'closure' at tleast
still can't find it. i suck at internet
possible, but the last known location would ahve required more turning before the autopilot kicked in. that said, it would still make sense, especially if the pilot managed to get near that airport. http://www.wired.co.uk/news/archive/2014-03/19/mh370-electrical-fire
is it not to do with SEO?
I probably should have done it, but I just don't post that often
Wasn't anywhere near land.
Clearly they were flying "into nowhere" until the plane conked out and crashed.
This is probably the pilot's doing then. But why didn't anyone stop him? They were 10,000 feet higher than they should have been at one point. Would that knock people out?
Literally, what the fuck.
People just started way too many theories, they should just be more patient
not "easy to find"
Unless that was disabled. Pilot could have killed the passengers and crew through lack of oxygen then returned the plane to normal
However, he would have needed his own supply of oxygen for this
but it's not really debunked though, as the theory could still be somewhat accurate if the plane was turned further to the left. the autopilot part could still have led the plane to where the Autralian search is happening now.
still they're all just theories.
That very much looks like the exact outer limit of the plane's fuel capacity. This seems to suggest the pilot was doing a runner and yeah the plane conked out
it was clearly a kill-everyone-including-himself thing.
the flight was hijacked, and trying to get to the Andaman islands.
which would explain irrationality
just remember what Uncle Gorkys said
i don't know what say they get in things, but still.
Spotted by Chinese satellite in Southern Indian Ocean