posted on Apr, 24 2014 @ 08:31 AM
Sorry, but this is not a likely scenario, and the link leads to an article and video that merely repeats what a paper suggests an "unknown official"
says (an unknown official in a group of potentially thousands of such people who would not be privy to what the authorities are actually willing to
I am all for considering all possibilities, and so should any investigating nation or authority, but the idea of it landing somewhere without being
discovered is so far fetched it would have to be the least likely on the list of potential scenarios.
Every professional who has commented on this mysterious case seems to have come to the same conclusion, and that the most plausible scenario is a
mechanical or technical failure on board, leading to a fire.
No terrorist group has claimed responsibility, no evidence has been discovered indicating that it could have landed anywhere.
I'm afraid that my logical thought process tells me that this plane will not be found for decades. Given all the professional opinions and the
available evidence, I would have to believe that it's most likely that the plane suffered a fault, a fire, and that it then continued until it ran
out of fuel and dropped into the ocean.