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Animator, conservative to the core, but passionate about people.
Animator, conservative to the core, but passionate about people.

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Theory: Why Zaharie Left the Cockpit
I have to confess that I made a blunder a month or two ago. I fell victim to the easy Google search, and snagged what I thought was a picture of the overhead circuit breaker panel (CB) for the B777. In that image, it showed CBs for the passenger O2 system, ...
Theory: Why Zaharie Left the Cockpit
Theory: Why Zaharie Left the Cockpit
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MH370. Putting the Early Clues Together.
It's been nearly two years since my last blog post about MH370. There did not seem to be much purpose in doing so. The search area is concentrated on the southern end of the 7th arc, and I don't believe the airplane is anywhere near there. I'm pretty sure t...
MH370. Putting the Early Clues Together.
MH370. Putting the Early Clues Together.
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MH370: An Important Change in Protocol—A Clue?
I've been following the events swirling around MH370 from day one. I was leaving on a trip to Constanta, Romania, when the news flash came across. I arrived in the hotel room after an 11 hour flight, and had TV on during my stay, following the unhappy story...
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A Human Factors Aspect to MH370
I've been musing for the past few weeks on my observation about the turn towards Mecca that may, or may not, have happened. I'm not someone inclined to work out the Inmarsat data and calculate all those scary formulas. I accept that the arcs do indeed repre...
A Human Factors Aspect to MH370
A Human Factors Aspect to MH370
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My hunch about MH370's path—and it affects everything.
I had a bit of an epiphany yesterday. If MH370 is actually found anywhere near the current search area, then there never was a pilot suicide scenario, and my theory was wrong. I, like seemingly most people, presumed a straight-ish path to fuel exhaustion. T...
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My Full MH370 Theory. What I withheld for a year.
I’ve been withholding my final clue since late March of 2014. It’s time for me to reveal what it is, and why I have been holding back on it. But you are going to have to indulge me as I finish my full theory. As I left it in Part 2 of my South Indian Ocean ...
My Full MH370 Theory. What I withheld for a year.
My Full MH370 Theory. What I withheld for a year.
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The Case for the South Indian Ocean Part 2
Over the last few blogs, I’ve been building my case for my personal theory about what happened to MH370. I’ve lost a few days with reading the new report released by the Malaysian government. Some of you may even have read the somewhat alarmist-sounding twe...
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The Case for the South Indian Ocean: Part 1
In my previous blogs, I outlined two key kinds of aircraft incidents which I believe are clues to what happened to MH370. In the decompression/non-pressurizing situations I have two observations: people apparently can survive at least 2 hours at 34,000 (alt...
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My Ptolemy Problem
As I sorted out the puzzle pieces of MH370, I pondered all of the possibilities. Of course I could not help but to think about what was going on in the cockpit. As the reported facts began to coalesce from the flotsam and jetsam of different news sources (I...
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