Well, many to have gotten over the frantic need to hang on every word about Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 as if something might actually happen to shed light on the mystery. At the 100 day mark, the search is ongoing–an undersea search hampered by the fact the ping of the black box would long ago have stopped pinging (they’re built to ping for 30 days).  In fact a few faint pings that gave people hope a month ago proved to have nothing to do with the flight. CNN reports that more than $100 million has been spent on the search, with Australia contributing the largest portion at $85 million.

Meanwhile many completely legitimate newspapers published reports on the anniversary Sunday accusing  the collaborating governments of hiding information for their own benefits. In the UK’s esteemed Telegraph. Chris Goodfellow wrote. “The wreckage of MH370 could give us the answers, but we don’t have it. The Malaysians need to come clean.”

A new book Flight MH370: The Mystery  claims that the plane was brought down by a mistake in a joint U.S. and Thai military exercise. A Facebook page called MH370: The Dirty Hidden Truth has published dozens of ideas and clues. And another crazy recent theory that has surfaced claims that rapper Pitbull predicted the crash two years ago in the song “Get it Started”

The lyrics which feature a guest appearance from Colombian singer Shakira, include: “Now it’s off to Malaysia” and “Two passports, three cities, two countries, one day.” The “two” passports could be a reference to the stolen Austrian and Italian passports used by two Iranians to board MH370, some say.

88-year-old Former Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad has accused the CIA of knowing where the plane is–apparently just because he has so much faith in the intelligent agency’s powers that they MUST know.

Blogger Keith Ledgerwood suggested: “It is my belief that MH370 likely flew in the shadow of Singapore Airlines Flihgt 68 through India and Afghanistan airspace. As MH370 was flying ‘dar’ without a transponder, SIA 68 would have had no knowledge that MH370 was anywhere around as it entered Indian airspace, it would have shown up as one single blip on the radar with only the transponder information of SIA68 lighting up ATC and military radar screens”.

This theory was described as and many have said that after initially reporting the plane flew North the agencies in charge later changed their story to cover these tracks.

The idea of a cover up to save the airline industry is also floated.

Six months before the plane went down, a problem with cracks in Boeing 777s that could lead to a mid-air break up or a catastrophic drop in pressure were revealed. The Federal Aviation Administration issued an alert in September last year giving airlines until April 9 to detect and correct cracking in the fuselage on Boeing 777s. The FAA warned that failure to do so would leave the aircraft vulnerable to ‘a rapid decompression and loss of structural integrity’.

In its reports on MH370 the FAA has said the specific plane did not match the problem craft because it carried a different antenna. Naturally skeptics point out that the antenna can’t have much to do with the fuselage’s integrity.

And now the girlfriend of a man on the missing flight has reported repeated death threats because of her asking questions. Sarah Bajc, girlfriend of Phil Wood, recieved pornographic images before the death threat from a number in China.

A compelling case involving Edward Snowden has been made about the presence on the flight of 20 employees of Texas-based Freescale Semiconductor which makes military grade radar “cloaking” technology. Snowden named the company in many parts of his famously leaked NSA documents. This would mean the plane was basically made invisible. The contractors have were working with several countries across Asia has fueled further conspiracy theories.

Some say the Chinese government knew of their presence and diverted the plane in order to arrest them and force them to help their air force produce the same technology. The second is that the U.S. got wind of this plot, and rather than risk the technology falling into Chinese hands, shot the plane out of the sky with its own jets or drones.

The International Business Times has published a long list of tweets and social media posts making the claim that aliens abducted the plane and passengers and the site ForbiddenKnowledgeTV spins an elaborate reading of radar traces to suggest a UFO was in the vicinity.

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Could the plane have been hit with a meteor? CNN has pointed out that there was a meteor cited in the area. A meteor strike could conceivably have been so devastating there would be no debris. If this is the case why would the world’s governments collude to hide the fact? Perhaps another bid to save the travel industry from fears passengers would have. Since flying isn’t scary enough.

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Could a large load of lithium ion batteries on board have caught fire, spewing toxic fumes that knocked the pilots, and then he passengers out? Travel expert Peter Greenberg has advanced that theory.

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Some have said a  large load of lithium ion batteries on board have caught fire, spewing toxic fumes that knocked the pilots, and then he passengers out.  Travel expert Peter Greenberg has advanced that theory. The idea is that a hot burning fire could incapacitate the humans before they could pull any alarms, and that it could burn out the entire exterior while the plane kept flying without effecting the exterior.

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Check out domestic reports from the Associated Press about the investigation via FilmOn Breaking News.

Al Jazeera, meanwhile, offers international coverage of the disappearance.

China Central Television (CCTV News) offers reports from local officials involved directly in the investigation.

Press TV offers a roundup of global events, including an overview of the incident.

And The New York Times’ World News promises to keep you up to date with all new developments:

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