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Posted Mar 22, '14 at 1:31pm

daleks

daleks

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The plane never existed. People just made it up as a joke and it has gotten so big everyone thinks it is real.

 

Posted Mar 22, '14 at 1:42pm

UnleashedUponMankind

UnleashedUponMankind

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They planned to discovered a new devils triangle... success!

 

Posted Mar 22, '14 at 3:10pm

MattEmAngel

MattEmAngel

7,006 posts

They planned to discovered a new devils triangle... success!


That was my guess. There are two: one in the Caribbean (the Bermuda Triangle) and one off the south coast of Japan (the Dragon's Triangle).

Interestingly enough, they are exactly opposite each other, as they have the same latitude and longitude. A line connecting the two would run through the exact center of the Earth. Just for fun, here's an article comparing the two and the unexplained activity involved, including both traditional and scientific theories.
 

Posted Mar 22, '14 at 3:22pm

pangtongshu

pangtongshu

9,824 posts

Theory, one of the pilots tampered with the planes controls from the ****pit and knocked the other pilot out, then he escaped from the plane only to be rescued by the unidentified craft, thus escaping.


wwwwwat. Y-your joking..right?

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My guess? The probably crashed. Probably on the Earth's surface. People probably died. Some might have gotten hurt. The plane also might have gotten scuffled a bit.
 

Posted Mar 22, '14 at 4:20pm

MattEmAngel

MattEmAngel

7,006 posts

My guess? The probably crashed. Probably on the Earth's surface. People probably died. Some might have gotten hurt. The plane also might have gotten scuffled a bit.


You think the plane hit the ground, where the wreckage would be both visible and burning for a while, when zero evidence has been found in two weeks of searching? There are 26 countries participating in the search as of four days ago, and this was a Boeing 777, aka the largest twinjet plane in the world, and no one in 239 people has managed to make contact with the rest of the world.

"It crashed into the ground and people probably died" is hardly a valid explanation.
 

Posted Mar 22, '14 at 4:25pm

FishPreferred

FishPreferred

1,697 posts

Flatulence. Everyone suffocated in a desperate struggle to open the windows, when they should have been heading for the exits. Of course, the crew would not have known until it was too late, so the oxygen masks were never deployed.

 

Posted Mar 22, '14 at 5:08pm

MattEmAngel

MattEmAngel

7,006 posts

Flatulence.


Would this be classified as human error or a gas attack?
 

Posted Mar 22, '14 at 6:29pm

09philj

09philj

2,083 posts

It's been stolen or has crashed. The passengers are dead.

 

Posted Mar 22, '14 at 9:05pm

Salvidian

Salvidian

4,299 posts

Courtney Love stole it.

 

Posted Mar 22, '14 at 9:48pm

MattEmAngel

MattEmAngel

7,006 posts

It's been stolen or has crashed. The passengers are dead.


1. "It's been stolen" makes no sense. You cannot steal a 777 in mid-flight and escape with it. All planes are registered and they keep track of where they take off and land, so you can't just land it somewhere else, and you certainly can't kill 230 people all on your own.
2. Two weeks later, no evidence. Care to be a bit more specific? 26 countries, including the US, are contributing towards finding it and they haven't turned up anything.
 
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