This is one the most fascinating mysteries in recent history. It is hard to fathom that a 777 cannot be traced. My cellphone, vehicle, laptop, etc. can all be traced by embedded technology. Even with the two transponders that allegedly were turned off manually, I find it hard to believe there is not additional embedded tracking on a piece of equipment that sophisticated that cannot be turned off by human intervention. A crash on land would create an easily identifiable plume, while a crash in water would create a large debris field that floats (along with fuel, oil, and hydraulic fluid, there is a ton of stuff on a modern aircraft that would remain on the surface). At the risk of sounding conspiratorial, somebody knows something.
Today's Poll: What happened to Flight 370?
I think the key fact is the Pilot's Wife left him with the kids the day before the flight. I think he committed suicide with the passengers on board. The plane lays on the bottom of the Indian Ocean.
At this point it is too difficult to determine what has actually happened, thus I selected None of the Above. It is an intriguing story and I have been trying to keep up all that is happening when possible. Amazing that a plane can just vanish. You should add to the pool: Aliens or Wormhole to another universe. At this point anything is possible!
That aircraft was landed at an abandoned airfield somewhere and at some point it's passengers will be used as pawns/trade bait for Muslim extremists already in custody around the world. No wreckage?? Flying below radar?? It will come out at some point. Here's one for ya: we (meaning the US) have spy satellites watching every part of the world 24/7. We can tell from space whether a nickel on the ground is on heads or tails. Our intelligence community already knows what happened to this flight I guarantee it!
The plane landed at the Genesee county airport so GCEDC can give it a tax break.
Nobody knows......maybe the Bermuda triangle moved?
Cue Twilight Zone music......
Maybe Mr. Peabody was on board with the way-back machine and it's now back in time.