The use of the word “unprecedented” is very interesting. The plane went missing a few days ago and no one knows where it is. Passengers used stolen passports, but now the claim is that they “likely weren’t” terrorists and they might be Iranian. The oil slicks spotted have been ruled out as belonging to Flight 370.
Is anyone else concerned about this? A plane went missing. Passengers were able to board with stolen passports. No one can find the plane. These are all huge problems in my book.
Right now it’s a bit like Schrodinger’s Cat: At the moment, the plane is neither crashed nor safe. It’s somewhere in the middle. And if it didn’t crash, then it has either been hijacked and hidden away somewhere (this is totally possible) or maybe aliens took it. In all seriousness, nothing has been ruled out. Again, this is the problem.
I don’t mean to make light of the awful situation with the Malaysian plane. I just happen to think that it never crashed and it somewhere else.
Like the show Lost, I truly believe that something happened to the plane and the passengers. With all of those stolen passports, who is to say that the plane wasn’t taken somewhere else? If the pilots had been in on it (or even if they weren’t) if there were enough people and a solid plan, the communication signals could have been disarmed and the plane could have been taken elsewhere.
So far no groups have taken responsibility for it, nor has anyone found debris. Until they find it, the possibility that it didn’t crash is still valid.