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Streight: Mystery Surrounding Disappearance of Malaysia Airliner

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It's very unusual for a large airliner to just vanish. There are of course many nutty conspiracy theories floating around, but something seems extremely fishy here.

Fast Company states:

"Here's what we do know: The flight disappeared on Friday night/Saturday morning en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. The plane was at cruising altitude (35,000 feet) and weather was more or less clear. Air traffic controllers in Vietnam say contact with the crew disappeared about 120 nautical miles east of the Malaysian town of Kota Bharu, and radar signals suggest the plane may have turned around before losing contact."

We know that the world's military operations have secret weapons, so there is at least a possibility that this could have been a test of something like a particle beam disintegrator that would leave no trace, turn a large object into dust.

Some say it's possible for an entire jet airplane to sink to the bottom of the ocean, but what happened to cell phone communications, emergency beacon system (activated upon impact), the radar and satellite surveillance, and the black box signals?

But then again, we can never rule out human incompetence along with disinformation from official sources.

If this was terrorist attack against China, you can expect Chinese authorities to cover it up, because they are fanatical about preventing the spread of "Chinese government cannot protect or care for its people" concept.

Hijacking? Lightning? Meteorite strike? Accidental Global Hawk or MQ-4C Triton drone collision? Cold fusion? Particle beam disintegration? Pilot suicide? Passenger revolt against terrorist hijackers?


About the Author
Steven Streight is a man of many skills. He’s a talented writer, web content developer, internet marketing consultant and photographer. He’s a trustee on the Peoria Historical Society, a member of SCORE Peoria and the author of the Peoria technology history book, “Bicycle Fever.” In his downtime, he’s hangs out with his beloved Min Pin and tries to get some rest. Considering how involved he is in the community, it sounds like he could use as much as he can get.