Skip to comments.'No one would ever find it': MH370's erratic final moments ... a terrifying suicide mission....
Posted on 03/27/2014 5:07:58 AM PDT by Uncle Chip
The analysis of MH370's erratic final movements paints a terrifying picture of the doomed flight's last moments, with an expert saying they fit the pattern of a pilot on a suicide mission who wanted to crash the plane in one of the world's most inaccessible areas.
The remote crash site ... means salvage teams might never recover the plane's black box, which would leave the flight's fate forever shrouded in mystery.
If that's the case, it would mean the family of a pilot, passenger or crew member responsible would still be eligible for compensation payments....
Authorities have been able to piece together a rough snapshot of the mystery flight's final moments. Shortly after its final voice communication on March 8, flight MH370 reportedly climbed suddenly to between 43,000 and 45,000ft where it remained for 23 minutes.
Military radar then picked up the plane flying as low as 5,000ft.
The distance to the now-defined crash site means the plane must have then climbed to a normal cruising altitude of around 35,000ft before eventually plunging into the southern Indian Ocean...
One experienced pilot told MailOnline that the sudden climb could have been a tactic to incapacitate the passengers and crew ....
He said the drop to 5,000ft could have been to re-pressurise the plane, before climbing again to its normal cruising altitude, before: 'flying to a remote location where you know no one would ever find it. That way insurers would still pay out to your loved ones.'
If the cabin was to be depressurised at 45,000ft, experts say, passengers and crew would only have about 15 seconds of functional consciousness before beginning to pass out.
Any one without access to a bottled oxygen supply - like the one found in the cockpit - would be dead in minutes....
(Excerpt) Read more at dailymail.co.uk ...
That’s a theory all right.
Now ... that makes sense!
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if we can travel to the moon and to the bottom of the trenches...
where on this planet would be ‘inaccessible’?
what a load
What better way to take liability of Boeing and Malaysian authorities out of the equation than to blame it on a rogue pilot.. Hey it is possible but no doubt that there are incentives to favor that outcome.
“where on this planet would be inaccessible?”
Don’t know if there IS anyplace on this planet that is inaccessible, but the bottom of the Indian Ocean in the area they are searching would be pretty damm close to it.
Notice that in all our underwater explorations, none of them have been in that area. There are good reasons why. Nasty, nasty place.
The problem right now is that the search area is roughly the size of Texas & Oklahoma. They won’t be able to narrow that down until they find some pieces of the aircraft.
Actually a rogue pilot under the employ of Malaysian Airlines puts the Malaysian authorities right in the middle of the equation.
They would love for this to be mechanical error, or a fire, or for the plane to show up on a mullah's parking lot in Pakistan.
This scenario is going to cost them and their insurance carriers dearly.
What better way to take liability of Boeing and Malaysian authorities out of the equation....
With gazillions of dollars at stake wouldn’t it make sense for Boeing and the Malayans to pay a P.R. company to plant stories like this? While I’m not a conspiratorial mind, I’ve dealt with enough high level corporate attorneys to know that nothing gets overlooked in the defense game.
Muslims, Muslims, Muslims, Muslims...... If they all disappeared from the face of the earth at one time......
Oh...um....geeee...how did THAT get in there???
To say nothing of the aspect I just commented on, as have prior...from one aspect just a ‘bit’ more than $$ to the Malay government.
Yeah, exactly. A rogue pilot is the worst possible scenario for Malaysian Airlines and Malaysia itself.
I believe that is why he did it - as a protest for the charges, almost certainly trumped up, - against Anwar.
Wonder what that POS Øbama’s theory is on all this?
lucky him huh?
Flying While Muslim, whether as a passenger or one of the crew, seems to increase the danger significantly of any flight. I wonder if insurers take that into account?
How about the insurance payout speculation -- are you avoiding that too???
What ever it was the conspiracy crew is going to have a field day for years to come. Maybe the 9/11 truthers will latch onto it and drop the Bush did it and steel doesn’t melt crap.
Under the right conditions you can do these things ... :-) ...
Speculation about the pilot being to blame is not proof of it. SO ... “if” he was to blame, he was QUITE SMART to dump the plane here so no one could prove it, and all benefits would be payable.
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