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    Posted March 14, 2014 by
    howard77735
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    kenner la, Louisiana
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    Malaysia Airlines Flight 370

    MISSING 777

     

    Using logic and basic knowledge to solve what happened to Flight 370 would entail what happens to an air plane when it exceeds its limitations i.e. weight height and speed. This is known as the "coffin corner".  If the crew allowed the aircraft by accident or on purpose to fly higher than its assigned lower altitude and pass thru to 45,000 ft. as  was indicated in news reports ,then any turbulence could cause it to loose its ability to fly.  It could cause the aircraft to stall and fall off on its left wing and tumble out of the sky in the same manner as Air France did.   With lots of luck  the a/c did not fall apart as Air France did: and apparently recovered after several thousands ft. of  altitude loss ,headed in a different direction.

    Many airlines want thier  crews to nuge these limitations to save fuel and time!!

    Another scenario that would make sense and add to this theory is the possibility that the crew shut off the transponder to hide the fact that they were using a 350 million a/c and a load of passengers to experiment and test the limitations of how much fuel saving and time could be made. This experiment went terribly wrong!!

    All this done to see how much fuel saving could be accomplished and translated into dollars adds to a motive. All done in the middlel of the night!!.

    To pull this off would possibly require upper management involvement.

    After a stall and loss altitude of this magnitude the crew would be pretty well beaten up, possibly half dead . "God" only know what happened to the passengers.

    This was why the a/c was loosing systems until its final plunge several hours later

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