posted on Mar, 18 2014 @ 12:48 PM
While this is a good theory, I would have to question the ability for a fire that would produce enough smoke and possibly burn the tires causing quick
asphyxiation to all passenger, to allow for this flight to continue on for 4 more hours passing low over Maldives. That would be assuming the visual
of the plane in Maldives is correct. If there was that much smoke and fire wouldn't this plane have been down long before then? I know there are
other cases of planes catching on fire and whatnot, but how long have all those other planes stayed in the air with a fire burning out of control? If
rubber, like the tires, catches on fire I do know they will burn quickly and hot. If that is what they are claiming may be the cause of passenger
deaths then it would have to have occurred early in the flight. With a fire burning that hot there is no way this plane would have lasted another 4
hours in the air.