Lying on the bottom of the ocean or sitting on a remote Indian Island - those are just two of the many theories on where Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 may be.
As the days grow since the disappearance, so do the questions regarding if what happened was some bizarre accident or an intentional act.
Officials in some countries, like the United States, claim it's in the bottom of the Indian Ocean. In fact, CNN was reporting late Friday that the US learned more information regarding the path of the plan before its mysterious disappearance. In fact, the flight pattern has some saying that it's becoming "more difficult to write off" that some type of human intervention was involved.
Also new, some say classified analysis suggests the flight crashed in the Bay of Bengal or somewhere else in the Indian Ocean.
Earlier Friday, Reuters reported sources saying it could have landed on the Andaman islands. There's still no clear information and there's crews searching everywhere for the jet.
Malaysian authorities are now working with American investigators to determine if the plane really did send signals to another satellite for about four hours after they lost contact with it. Reuters is reporting that some military radar confirmed the plane flying west, towards the Andaman Islands. However, some island natives claim there's no way the Boeing 777 could have landed there without people noticing.
The word that the plane could have traveled so far off course has some believing it was intentional, and some, don't think it's crashed.
Mar 15, 2014 at 9:25 PMMissing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 maybe linked to ETIM (East Turkestan Independence Movement).