posted on Jun, 26 2014 @ 03:06 PM
So earlier i was watching CNN when a some coverage of the plane came on. Apparently over night some info came together that confirms the plane had a
southerly flight path. Confirmed by the ping from various satellites.
The 777-200ER Boeing aircraft used on the ill-fated flight has a maximum service ceiling of 43,000 feet and can very probably fly safely at even
greater heights, one expert said. But at this altitude, where the atmosphere drastically thins it would take mere minutes if not seconds for hypoxia
- a lack of oxygen - to set in if the cabin was manually depressurised by one of the pilots.
Now lets say the pilot or a nefarious passenger with an intimate knowledge of the craft hijacked it. Certainly the plane couldn't get too far on its
fuel load. What if the person('s) responsible already knew this. A plane taken above it maximum ceiling could coast onward and for a greater distance
than on its normal powered flight.
This is where my theory comes in. What if they were able to take the plane above its ceiling and asphyxiate the passengers. What if they were able to
then let the plane descend below the radar. They could theoretically still fly the aircraft at low altitudes. Thus they just saved some fuel and is
able to make extra distance with that.
The debris found off of Australia could have been cargo ejected at low altitude in order to save weight and get extra mileage from the craft. That
also implies several passengers or crew working together.
Now lets say they had enough fuel saved from that to make a u turn back toward Australia. Fire up the engines and fly the craft at a low altitude,
under the radar and into the outback somewhere.
Maybe something like this flight path i sketched out against the current main stream theory.
Would something like this be possible? Could it have been hijacked, passengers disposed of and enough fuel saved through coasting and cargo dumping
that the plane would make it into Australia?
What ever happened to the pilot making a call after take off? Did anything come of it? I remember reading that a cell tower got a connection from the
pilots personal phone.
Was it just a suicide mission by a passenger or crew member?
Is there any aircraft experts or pilots that can chime in on this theory of mine?