Mystery of Missing flight MH370.

flight imageWas it lost in Aeronautical Black Hole??

When technology is at it best, its seems incredible that a plane carrying 239 passenger could vanish into air

Despite of location transponders,flight data recorder and radio communication, the Malaysian  flight MH370 disappeared on a Friday midnight .With the loss of communication,some theories of mid-air bomb explosion,disappearance into air “,aeronautical black hole”  could be possible.

The mystery strength after report emerged that relatives have been able to call the mobiles of their dear one…….Acc. to professor william webb ‘ a fellow of royal academy of engineering ,told “the phone definitely would not be working,they will be underwater,out of coverage”,

After 3 days , wouldn’t the cell  phone batteries be dead ????

May not be,. Smartphones  will typically last up to around 24 hours. But the batteries on older, feature phones can last much longer.

As,the Nokia 100 has a standby battery life of a staggering 35 days. Smartphone batteries can also last longer if the handset isn’t being used, and especially if the phone is in Flight Mode But, if the phone is in Flight Mode, no phone call is possible,,,thus this thoery fails out.

In case, if phone batteries are dead,,,,  wouldn’t the call go  in voice mail?.. ..Questions are many …..but answers are few……..

The disappearance of theMH370  has same story to the Air France flight which vanished from radar screens an hour or so after take-off from Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, on 1 June 2009.

It crashed in waters 4 km deep in the Atlantic’s and so was difficult to find. This jet, however, is likely to have gone down in waters just 100 meters deep, according to experts

Some possible  scenario

1) Theory  Bomb

malasia sflight

One of the theories about the missing plane is that some terrorist boarded the flight and blew plane in mid-air. After the discovery of two stolen passports linked to people with tickets for the flight , this could be the best possibility. Robert Francis, former vice chairman of the U.S. National Transportation Board told  if  flight 370 was blown up  by terrorist there would have been no signal and the plane could disappear from radar without warning.

There is a theory that the plane could have been blown up over a jungle and that if the pilot was incapacitated or killed, the aircraft or debris could have fallen into or through the canopy, which is why it has yet to be found.

Problem: But far no debris of wreckage has been found that would state the aircraft was destroyed in bomb blast.

It is possible that any huge explosion would have been caughtby orbiting satellites as they could have to pass over the exact location at the correct time to record a flash from above.But Experts have confirmed that debris found in the South China Sea didn’t originate from flight 370.

THEORY: Hijacking


It was indicated by Radar data that the plane have made a U-turn to head back to Kuala Lumur, which some experts think might indicate that the aircraft was hijacked.

Problem: There are no indication of flight crew sending any signals to get help, which support a hijacking scenario.

Dr Thomas said that the hijacking theory is ‘odd’ because it is likely that a plane continuing a journey would have been detected by military radar somewhere in the region – especially if it made a U-turn and passed over busy areas of land.

THEORY: Mechanical failure

The aircraft might have suffered a huge mechanical failure, which caused it to sink into  water without breaking up. It could have sunk without leaving any debris behind.

Problem: In the past, pilots have managed to glide a plane more slowly down when engines have failed, giving them time to send an SOS., which would seem likely if pilots had to make the decision to ditch the aircraft.

No theories,,,,,,no calculation works up to now…….All We CAN Do


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5 Responses to Mystery of Missing flight MH370.

  1. Nixon Solomon says:

    The condition of both the crew and passenger’s families remains unveiled. Should urge everyone to respect the feelings of the families involved.

    Hope God would make things better!!


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  3. nupoorjain says:

    A u turn come in Mystery…. India joins search..Missing jet may have strayed toward Andaman Sea .
    Such incident is enough to say that technology has its own limits ……Hope 4 d best..


  4. Nixon Solomon says:

    Today, we received the extremely sad news that we have all dreaded. After weeks of an unprecedented international search in hopes of a rescue, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak solemnly announced at 10:24 am ET (10:24 pm Malaysian local time) that Malaysia Flight 370 ended its journey on March 8, 2014 in the southern Indian Ocean. Somehow we knew this heartbreaking ending to this most compelling mystery in aviation safety and security history could be inevitable.

    This human tragedy and story captivated the attention and hearts of people from all walks of life around the world, all anxiously hoping and praying for the survival of the 239 passengers and crew on board Malaysia Flight 370. With the sad news recently announced by Malaysian Prime Minister Razak, we can now focus our attention on the families and friends of the 239 loved ones lost, who must now come to terms with the sad reality of their loved ones’ passing. May the flight MH370 families and friends be comforted in the knowledge that so many people around the world are praying for them at this extremely difficult and sad time. Our blessings and sympathies collectively around the world go out to all who are touched by the tragedy of Malaysia Flight 370.

    Below is Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak’s press announcement today:

    March 24, 2014, 10:24 am ET (10:24 pm Malaysian local time)

    AJAM Live @ajamlive

    “This evening I was briefed by representatives from the UK Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB). They informed me that Inmarsat, the UK company that provided the satellite data which indicated the northern and southern corridors, has been performing further calculations on the data. Using a type of analysis never before used in an investigation of this sort, they have been able to shed more light on MH370′s path.

    “Based on their new analysis, Inmarsat and the AAIB have concluded that MH370 flew along the southern corridor, and that its last position was in the middle of the Indian Ocean, west of Perth.

    “This is a remote location, far from any possible landing sites. It is therefore with deep sadness and regret that I must inform you that, according to this new data, flight MH370 ended in the southern Indian Ocean.

    “We [will] be holding a press conference tomorrow with further details. In the meantime, we wanted to inform you of this new development at the earliest opportunity. We share this information out of a commitment to openness and respect for the families, two principles which have guided this investigation.

    “Malaysia Airlines have already spoken to the families of the passengers and crew to inform them of this development. For them, the past few weeks have been heartbreaking; I know this news must be harder still. I urge the media to respect their privacy, and to allow them the space they need at this difficult time.”



  5. nupoorjain says:

    “All lives are lost”…….Its almost felt like a miniature roller coaster within the day….
    May God give strength to families,,,,


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