|Quoting Summa767 (Reply 140):|
It does not. It presumes that one person able to fly a 777 is alive and conscious.
Again, that makes no sense
. Unless you're arguing that the League of Doom has a secret undersea lair in the middle of the Indian Ocean, there is no reason whatsoever for any pilot - be it the actual pilot or some hijacker, and regardless of motivation - to kill everyone on board and then safely ditch the plane
. Because that person's going to die anyway in that case. Or at least, that's the best
case scenario for them. Worst case scenario, they'll be rescued and tried for the murder of 200+ people. And being psychotic doesn't also imply being so stupid as to not realize that. Being smart enough to successfully commandeer and fly an airplane, and kill all the passengers on board successfully, would in fact imply a level of intelligence. Even if we assume a person managed to do that, he has nothing left to live for and he would know it.
Or are you arguing that this one person somehow managed to stay alive for 7 hours while everyone else died from accidental oxygen deprivation? Was Superman on board? Why didn't he use any of his other super powers to save the other passengers?
This theory is pretty preposterous. It's false logic to say the investigations gone where it's gone and to conclude "well, anything's possible!" from that. No, it's not. It's no more possible that this airplane landed safely on the water than it is that it flew up above the atmosphere and escaped Earth's gravity.
The evidence leads where it leads. It doesn't suggest that "anything's possible". If it did, the searchers wouldn't have found these pingers to begin with, because they'd still be searching everywhere rather than where the evidence pointed them.
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