So far, there no good theories on where the Malaysian plane, and all in it, has gone.
The firming theory that it flew for many hours, at different altitudes, with numerous turns, and that it was a pilot suicide makes no sense.
It would have needed to be collective pilot suicide, a pact. Or one pilot would have needed to render his team members senseless, so as to fly on their own, which would have been noticed by other flight staff, surely?
And no one on the plane had a mobile phone? Really?
It doesn't make sense that not a single person knew what was going on, not even the flight attendants - if the flight did go for hours, and did take a radically different path - and no one picked up a mobile phone to make a call or send a single message.
I'm not convinced that every person on board could have been oblivious to a hijacking or suicide flight, and thus remained calmly and unknowing in their seats and with their hands off their phones. Or that all the while, flight attendants carried out their duties with not an inkling that anything was wrong in the cockpit.
We're all deeply familiar with the calls and messages made from flights on 9/11.
The scenario now being proposed for the Malaysian plane isn't plausible.
Jet piracy theory gains more credence