Flight MH370 Crash a ‘Suicide Mission’?


The "no plane theory," promoted by i...
‘The team investigating the Boeing 777’s disappearance believe no malfunction or fire was capable of causing the aircraft’s unusual flight or the disabling of its communications system before it veered wildly off course on a seven-hour silent flight into the sea. An analysis of the flight’s routing, signalling and communications shows that it was flown “in a rational way”.

‘An official source told The Telegraph that investigators believe “this has been a deliberate act by someone on board who had to have had the detailed knowledge to do what was done … Nothing is emerging that points to motive.”…’
telegraph

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7 Times the Internet Teamed Up to Solve a Mystery
‘The Internet loves a good mystery. From cracking complicated codes to identifying obscure songs, web users love to solve the unsolvable.

‘Online communities such as Reddit and 4chan have entire threads devoted to picking apart riddles, while sites like Websleuths are created solely for the purpose of crime-solving.

‘Though Internet detectives have sometimes gone too far (Redditors incorrectly identifying the Boston Marathon bomber, for example), there are quite a few times they’ve actually cracked the case…’
mashable

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5 Elementary Conspiracies for ‘Sherlock‘ Fans
‘There are plenty of conspiracy theories floating around the Internet about old cartoons, ’90s shows and especially any cancelled TV series. But when was the last time you theorized shows that are actually airing right now?

‘The truth is, fans are buzzing about complex and entertaining shows 24/7. One of the most popular shows for fans to mull over until their brains melt is Sherlock.

‘If you haven’t been able to really come to terms with the brilliance of Sherlock, consider this your chance to dive into the fandom. Nothing compliments watching a detective show than investigating your own conspiracy theories to go with it…’
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