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    1. conrado maramag on

      A puzzle really. Its only about 200 miles from Kuala Lumpur, when it “vanished”. My first theory. The plane has the trouble the first hour, a sudden reduction of pressure,force the plane to fly low, about 1000 to 2000 (?) feet above the sea, crippled the pilots, but they put it in auto pilot, before they lapse. And as they fly low, they escaped radar monitoring, and the plane may have glide or fly 20 to 30 minutes more. The plane either veered to South China sea before crashing in low sharp trajectory downward, but reduced velocity, so the plane flow deep into the ocean before being totally submerged in the depths of the sea , thus buried into mud, ( including black box being buried also).

      My second theory is that the plane after losing control, by some reason just plunge straight to the sea, ‘landing ” on big crevice in the ocean floor, burying it also in the mud.Its initial impact under the sea was considerably reduced by a mound of sand or silt in the sea, and slowly settling in the sea, still intact, probably near a shoreline ledge or cliff, resting pointing downward vertically, its nose just on a sea bed, still whole and intact. I admit this is just a possible one of possible hundreds wide guess of an explanation.