1. Aeronautical black hole
As explained by John Stewart, aeronautical expert and member of the Royal Academy of Engineering, the British newspaper Mail Online’ there is a possibility that the plane entered an “aeronautical black hole”, a mysterious area where the transponder system shuts down and loses communication. If the aircraft remained in the air after his last record-holding-then today can be found hundreds of miles away from where the rescuers are searching. However, it is unclear why some families say that mobile devices have signal victims. It is recalled that following the crash of an Air France in 2009 the possibility that the aircraft went into a black hole toyed Atlantic Ocean, information that was never confirmed.
2. The mystery of mobile
The disappearance of the aircraft envelope even greater mystery was after that inform families of the passengers who had been able to call phones of their loved ones: “No signal, but nobody answers”, say. Alan Spencer, telecommunications expert, explains the newspaper that if the phones are ringing can not really find it under the sea, since the phone only ringing if on and are near certain telephone service. Thus it can be concluded that if the phones are ringing, the plane must have landed on the ground and at sea, and also be in a location with telephone service.
3. Electronic Warfare
Experts of the Organization of the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban try to detect if there was an explosion at the altitude at which the plane was flying disappeared using infrasound sensors. In this manner, authorities wanting to exclude the aircraft was the subject of a bombing or missile, and a failure in any of the devices in an explosion derivase.
5. Catastrophic fall
For his part, expert Martyn Thomas believes that the plane could suffer uncontrolled and sudden decompression, which would have triggered a catastrophic collapse that destroyed, turn, all communication equipment. In this scenario explains the expert-the plane could fly using the autopilot without any human influence and “it could be anywhere” in a radius greater than the 2000 kilometers where they seek.
6. The plane is not in sea, but in the jungle
The mystery of why no remains have been found in the sea or on land also baffles experts, although one theory is that the plane crashed in the jungle, where tall trees from the region could easily cover the accident. This possibility does not seem so far-fetched if you consider that some reports suggest that the plane veered.
7. Parallels with the Lost series, compliant 10 years old
It is impossible to think of the 48 Survivors series “Lost”, after just a plane crash on an island in the ocean without being able to contact anyone and no one to locate them because they seek to thousands of kilometers. The model aircraft of Malaysian Airlines is the same as that of the company Oceanic Airlines, un boeing 777, falling on a Pacific island. Some goes beyond, and he attributed the incident to a marketing campaign. Shortly before the premiere of the film The Blair Whitch Project (Project Blair Witch) U.S. did a lot of promotion up to the news of the disappearance of some hikers and recordings of these… and shortly after that film was a hit at the movies. Soon it will be the tenth anniversary of the premiere of the series Lost and commented that they wanted to make a movie. Chance ¿the causality?
8. Kidnapping on a tropical island
It is perhaps the most plausible theory of all these. But then, Where is the plane and because no one claimed? They were able to land at a small airfield, a remote island… Perhaps the hostages revoltaron against kidnappers, killed, but they were trapped on the island with no ability to communicate, because the hijackers had commandeered them (but not off) mobile. Or maybe someone claimed shortly kidnapping.