Conspiracy theories

Amy Hale

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There are many things in this world we don’t understand, most of them are considered not real. This is where conspiracy theories come in. For the non-believers they simply don’t exist, for those who believe, they try to puzzle it all together.


The conspiracy theory topic this week: The disappearance of the Malaysian flight.


Back in 2014 on March 4th, the flight MH370 strangely disappeared, at 2:22 AM. Malaysian military radar lost contact with the plane over the Andaman Sea. A week after flight 370 had disappeared they had got signal, but not the precise location. It is to be believed that the flight could have gone in two places. An arc on Java southward into the Indian ocean or northwest across Asia from Vietnam to Turkmenistan.


The Governments of Malaysia, Australia, and China called off the search of the flight January 2017. The flight still remains a mystery. People believe that in the audio of the plane’s captain talking to air control there is said to be a non-human voice in the background.   ( )


239 people were on board during a routine flight from Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia to Beijing. Some people believe that the captain deliberately crashed the plane in a murder-suicide attempt. Others believe it was the work of other-worldly beings (such as aliens). There are many conspiracist on Youtube, for example: Shane Dawson, Kendal Rae, Chills…etc.  


On March 24th, the Prime Minister Najib Razak said that the analysis of the final signals, Inmarsat and the U.K. Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) had concluded that the flight crashed in a remote part of the Indian Ocean 2,500 km (1,500 miles) southwest of Australia. Thus, it was extremely unlikely that anyone on board survived. However, the pings had been spread over a wide area, no debris was found in the area searched by the submarine.