Earlier today I'm talking to a colleague about this latest crash... and I tell him I know exactly what went wrong with this flight, and it's something nobody on CNN is talking about..THE TIMING.
You take the following facts into account, and I could come up with no other conclusion - pilot suicide:
1 - The plane had just reached cruise altitude. That's the first opportunity either pilot had to take a piss.
2 - The plane is right in front of the mountains.. almost exactly at that point in time.
3 - For no reason at all, the plane begins a gradual descent (not a plummet as described by fucktards) at 3,000 fpm (feet per minute).
I know how the A320 flies.. and there was only one explanation in my mind... one of the pilots set the descent rate very precisely, locking the other pilot out of the cockpit.
DESPITE WHAT ANYONE SAYS, THIS WAS NOT A MEDICAL CONDITION OF THE PIC (PILOT IN COMMAND), AND HERE'S WHY...
In order to make the A320 descend at precisely 3000 feet per minute, there are two basic ways to do it:
1 - You have to turn a knob to set it.
2 - You have to push the control stick forward until the needle on the control reaches that descent rate.. You let go of the stick, and the plane will maintain that precise descent.
If the pilot had suffered a stroke or aneurysm, or heart attack at that precise moment that the other pilot left the cockpit, and fell forward on the stick, he would have sent the plane plunging into the earth at a much faster rate. Also, most likely, he would have turned the plane onto a new heading, while descending.
This was a deliberate act... not a malfunction. The A320 does have a history of "nosing down" uncommanded.. but that has never resulted in a lethal outcome, and that has been fixed through airworthiness directives... besides that, the pilots had plenty of time to contact ATC to report the problem, and the company dispatch to aide in troubleshooting the issue.+CNN
none of your experts noticed the precise timing of this event? At cruise altitude, in front of the mountains? The fact that that's when pilots go to the bathroom... when cruise altitude is reached?
Now I feel good about saying.. the simplest explanation is the most probable cause, and MH370 was a suicide.
MFW I figured it out before CNN.