Some (horrible, boring, bad) people are absolutely sick and tired of the constant Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 coverage. I am not one of those people. An airplane full of people disappeared! This absolutely deserves non-stop news coverage, tragic background music, and eye-catching graphics, not to mention constant conjecture on hundreds of nearly impossible possibilities.
We recently spent much of my father’s birthday dinner single-handedly solving the mystery. My brother states our opinion best: There was an electrical fire “in the bellows” of the airplane resulting in communication failure. The pilots tried to turn around, and for some reason, probably due to instrument failure, the airplane was flown far too high, was depressurized, everyone lost consciousness (not all at once, sadly), and the plane flew on autopilot, eventually running out of fuel and crashing in the Indian Ocean.
You guys, this is what happened (according to my family over dinner at the safety of sea level and with no personal ties to anyone on board. It’s easy for us to make shit up.)
Today, the desperate international news found a new, totally nonsense twist! The final communication from the pilots was not “all right, good night” but instead, “Goodnight Malaysian three seven zero.” What could this mean?!?! Retired experts are calling this “statement” highly unusual!!! Could this be a suicide message?!?!
No. Nope. None of the above. He just said, “Later” however he felt like saying it.
Last week, a bunch of weird gelatinous objects were pulled from the Indian Ocean. What could these be? Oh, they’re dead jellyfish. So, they’re not related to MH370. OR ARE THEY?!?!
Obviously, there’s been so much misinformation about MH370, it’s tough NOT to believe that at this point, anything is possible. Remember when they were totally sure this was 100% an act of terrorism? No wonder the families are so upset and angry. In addition to having no idea what happened to their loved ones (come on, they know they’re dead), authorities are doing a magnificently shitty job of handling this delicate situation.
Am I over-simplifying? Were those final words of communication a clue after all? You thoughts, please!