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IMPORTANT NOTICE!!!! If you take the time to read my entire theory on the disappearance of MH370 I will more than appreciate your personal time I'm borrowing and there is nothing more important to me than compensating you by paying you back with an interesting story. It turns into a extraneous theory of mine, but gets interesting in the end. Remember, as dumb as it seems, I promise you I'll make it all up to you in the end.
 
The latest discovery of a passenger jet's flaperon and other barnacle covered debris recently discovered on a beach of Reunion Island has the world at the edge of their seats for answers. What happened to MH370 has to be the most modern mystery of our era. Conspiracy theorists have taken all kinds of jabs at it like, "One of the pilots was suicidal" and  "The airliner was shot down" and my favorite one of all: "The airline was abducted by aliens". We don't mean to laugh at these crazy theories. But mine has got to be the best one out there. And most definitely worth a good laugh.
 
Who the hell am I?
 
I was a private investigator for less than a year back in 2007...that job sucked big time. I lasted longer as a volunteer firefighter. All it primarily was, was filming workers' compensation claimants. I don't mean to fly you off the radar here, but proving a point is important to me. I filmed things you would not even dream about as I sat in my car dripping to dehydrating death-sweat...waiting...for the claimant to exit his or her house----so I can film an alleged sprained arm opening a mailbox; to a claimant who claims he or she is in so much pain and can't get out of bed; I filmed chopping down an oak tree on one of them under-the-table-cash-paying jobs you find on craigslist. I have to admit that I was great at this job. I suck at just about everything else. I provided the client----the insurance company-----minutes of recorded documentation to prove that the claimant draining their hard working money is a LIAR! and a THIEF! and ..."IF"... I'm having a really good day; I might solve a hit and run by the claimant, turned CRIMINAL! ....A crime within a crime. Bet you never heard that one. I had a good childhood life raised by the best parents to have. I have an average IQ around 119. I was arrested at seventeen and my future endeavor of being a police detective became a lullaby.
 
Now back to MH370
 
What my "hunch" tells me, I'm a fan of conspiracy stories...but I highly doubt a conspiracy is responsible for the disappearance of this flight. Was it an accident? Maybe.
 
-NO! The plane was NOT shot down!
-NO! The plane was NOT hijacked and forced to crash into the Pacific.
-NO! The plane did not run out of fuel, no fire ignited onboard, no crazy passenger opened a window, the front passenger door, or climbed out the little window and onto the wing and cut one of the wings off with a nail file. NO! NO! NO! NO! ....on all that nonsense. Okay, maybe the theory about aliens abducting the plane is true...you are not amused are you?! ...Okay, No more B.S.! ...Are you ready?
 
.....a spider did it! 
 
Now before you say, "What an asshole..." x-off and go on to something else. I knew that by posting this it would look incredibly ridiculous and down right embarrassing to myself. And make me a sick, sick person too, but I sincerely mean it. No mater how many blogs, theories or police investigator theories you read about, you'll never read a story like mine. If someone told one of the victims' family members this they'd probably get their nose busted. I have nothing but respect for the 239 missing passengers of this flight. And there is absolutely no reason for a hijacking to take place, or an insane passenger on board, or any of that nonsense. All the passengers and pilots were investigated and Interpol----to the Malaysian authorities----to the FBI found these passengers to be very down to earth people who you could hang out with and enjoy life with. ALL 239 of these people were better than me. I'm a piece of trash compared to these victims.
 
Why a spider?
 
Google key words: "Homeowner in Seattle burns down house trying to kill a spider".
 
After reading most of the news stories I researched "Arachnophobia". It's amazing how frightened people are of spiders. Not buying it yet are you? Well, if you were sitting in your car and noticed a Poecilotheria run across your dash and down onto the radio controls what would be your response? Pull over off the highway? You'd try to smash it as quickly as you can and without any luck eventually pull off to the shoulder. What's going to happen while you are trying to kill that creepy thing? You'll hit the channel switches, knock your turn signal into action, and absolutely splash your coffee you had stationed in your console all over the place. You don't want the freakin' thing to bite you. Now let's go back to the cockpit of MH370 and what is proven so far.
 
-The jet changed course at random...investigators claim intentionally. I think accidentally.
-The ACARS and transponder have been turned off intentionally----I think accidentally.
-No mayday call. Are you going to stay on your phone to tell your the person on the other line a spider in loose in your car? Too embarrassing to report back.
-The plane flew for several more hours which shows there was no hijacking, bomb or hostage take over.
 
What is NOT known:
 
-If someone entered illegally into the cockpit.
-A fire on board.
-If the SCARS was knocked out severely enough to disable the plane.
 
Investigators think there was a fire and intentionally would have began shutting off the electrical system...BUT it would only take a few seconds to get on the receiver and relay a message back to the airport in Kuala Lumpur, Beijing: "Mayday, mayday, mayday there is a fire in the flight deck and situation secured, copy?" Can you imagine one of the pilots calling in: "Mayday, mayday, mayday Kuala Lumpur there is a spider in the flight deck and by trying to disable it we accidentally hit the controls, changed direction and accidentally had the ACARS and transponder turned off. Situation secured, copy?" YOU'D BE FIRED! An electrical fire likely began in the controls of the cockpit. And as they tried to contain it the situation intensified. Being a volunteer firefighter I learned in the fire academy that smoke inhalation kills the victims before the fire does. This is where my training as a volunteer fireman pays off: Electrical power from alternators, generators, and batteries is another heat source. Power wired to every part of the plane for lighting, radios, landing gear and flap motors, and fuel pumps----the electrical system itself is another prime suspect for starting fires. Insulation, adhesives, and fabrics make great fuel for the fire too, even the insulation on the wiring itself. Leaking avgas from a primer or fuel-flow gauge, or dripping fluid from a brake cylinder can catch an electrical spark and ignite. And the cabin crew is NOT trained to access the cock pit. No autopilot switched on either while the pilots were incapacitated 239 passengers were on their way to certain death. One, or all the pilots could have been beating on all the control systems in an effort to kill that damn spider.
 
I doubt that pilot Zaharie Ahmed Shah deliberately shut off anything, especially oxygen. I'm not going to throw him under the garbage truck. There's a book published that demoralizes this pilot. Why wouldn't he commit suicide a dozen flight prior to this one? Come on. I'm mentally ill and don't want to kill a bunch of strangers and I have lots and lots of other health issues. As I end this story the different breeds of spiders in Malaysia is outrageous. There are 35,000 different spiders and only a few lethal ones, or the ones that can possibly kill you. The one I believe was on this jet was some sort of wondering spider----Big enough to scare the crap out of you.
 

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bear48 Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2016  Professional
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Iguana-Teteia Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2009
Hi! Did you like dinosaurs? Please, check my gallery, is full of them! ; D
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RyanZ720 Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2009
I'm grateful you enjoy my art :)

Thank you!
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WaylonRowley Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2008  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks for the fav on Jane, mate :D
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zakafreakarama Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2008
Hey! Again, thaks a lot for the faves. :)
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Giggarex Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2008
Okay since out of all the people that respond back to me you actually know about dinosaurs on an equal or higher scale than me I will be asking for advice now.

I will be starting a literary work soon (I am trying to delay drawing) and I would like to know what dinosaurs do you think a super intelligent Dromeosaur or 'raptor' would domesticate?

I want to know what the ancestor species should be (Troodon or some other troodontid). Here is the species I want the resulting creature to look like [link] just with a larger cranium like [link] .

And finally what do you think my species' culture should be like (I am thinking Feudal Japan like)?

Use your imagination combined with your scientific insight to pretty-much come up with yet another what if dinosaurs became as smart as man hypothosis. The point of this is so that my new creature's culture and background is set and I just have to fast foward the clock till the human day thus leaveing me two stories to write about.

One about an ancient sentient dinosaur and his journey through life near the end of the age of dinosaurs, and a second story about Kiryu Goji A.K.A. Yuma Xeror as he lives on modern earth learning about human culture/ beating the crap out of paranormal creatures that threaten humanity the Dromeolites (species name) chosen child race.
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Giggarex Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2008
I ment Modern day not human day sorry.
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Giggarex Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2008
Also forgot to explian why any Troodon could end up looking like a Utahraptor like creature. I was thinking that they could desend from a branch of Troodontids (your choice on species) that like neanderthals evolved more stocky, stronger builds but unlike in our situation the heavier built species survived and irradicated the lighter variety.
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Giggarex Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2008
Nevermind I already found my reasons.
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commander-salamander Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for :+fav:ing!
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