March 13th, 2014
10:16 PM ET

Theories on the disappearance of Flight 370

There is still no sign of Flight 370. There is no way to know which direction the plane was flying after its transponder stopped broadcasting. No one has spotted a single piece of debris from the Boeing 777. But there are plenty of theories about what may have happened. As we learn more about the signals the plane may have been broadcasting, Anderson discussed the possible scenarios with airline pilot Ron Brown, National Security Analyst and former White House Homeland Security Adviser Fran Townsend and former NTSB member John Goglia. 

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  1. ccartisser

    Malaysian Airlines Flight 370
    My theory is that the plane had a sudden loss of pressurization. The pilot must have bumped the steering off course and kept going in that direction and the plane crashed in a remote location after running out of fuel. The people on the plane would have lost consciousness at the altitude they were flying at in about one to two minutes. This would be the same situation that took Payne Stewarts life when it happened to the Learjet that he was in. This would explain why no terrorist group to responsibility. This would explain why people weren't making phone calls out. This would explain why the transponder was still pinging as the plane was still flying. I am a little puzzled that I have not heard this theory in the news, but time will tell. So sad and unfortunate whatever happened.

    March 14, 2014 at 3:50 pm |

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