Malaysiakini and other blogs reported the spotlight is on the cargo of the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 after authorities confirmed the aircraft was carrying lithium-ion batteries which can be highly flammable.
MAS chief executive officer Ahmad Jauhari Yahya made the revelation, but insisted the cargo is not considered dangerous good. CNN debated the issue, with experts saying it might caused ignition and led to problems in the aircraft. But it is only a theory.
The dominant news across the world, and this is incredible after 15 days, is the missing Malaysian Airlines flight #MH370 at the center of the tragic event is still lost while absolutely no one has a concrete answer as to what really happened to the jetliner.
This state of affairs is fueling even more insane theories, with a large number of people dismissing the most probable of scenarios. What we are seeing with the MH370 tragedy is a lack of trust in the leaders, while blogs are making a mockery of leading global news organizations.
Don't let me speak about the local Malaysian news channels, some of which have been trying from day one to 'warn' social media activists not to breach the 'silence' imposed by the ruling class on what could have happened to the jetliner!
Official television stations should change their strategies when they address the Malaysian viewers. Instead of the veiled messages, the stations would gain added credibility if they invited more people to debate the fate of the jetliner and on what they possibly think had happened.
Amid all the conspiracy theories - there are tons of them on the social media's - the most appalling were the accusations against the Malaysian authorities.
Malaysia was accused of hiding information, and of knowing the fate of the aircraft but stalling the investigation. And what about that one: The Americans know of the fate of the aircraft or that the jetliner is hidden somewhere.
Now, I wonder why would the authorities hold any more information if they had any, 15 days after the disappearing act of the jetliner? I will doubt any Malaysian cover-up at this stage.
The more the investigation drags on, the more the days pass-by the more crucifying it will be for any authorities to hide any information.
The 911 events have proven that, with the US officials hiding the truth from the world and today they have very little credibility in that affair.
We have seen it all.
From Mongolia to the Andaman seas or Kazakhstan and the Taliban, the whole world seems to have been told of the missing aircraft and no one turned up with the plane location. No GPS location, no crash site let alone any demands for ransom had the plane been really hijacked and made invisible to satellites and radars.
Lets look at some credible explanations.
The CNN had a huge debate on the possible scenarios that has let to the plane being missing for 15 days, and this while Australia is certain it has a possible location for the crash site in the darkest corners of the vast and treacherous Indian Ocean.
Some senior U.S. counterterrorism officials told the CNN that an accident is the leading operative theory as cause for the disappearance of Flight 370.
That's because there is no other information indicating foul play.
"Barring other information to suggest otherwise one has to first think this was a tragic accident," a U.S. law enforcement official said.
But investigators have not ruled out terrorism or other theories.
Investigators have focused on the pilots because of the lack of any other information. But there isn't proof that they did anything wrong.
U.S. investigators have compiled profiles of the two pilots, based on interviews with friends, neighbors and family members conducted by Malaysian investigators, and on a search of their online activities, U.S. officials say.
Those interviews haven't turned up anything that could suggest any explanations for the plane's disappearance.
I would not trust US investigators too much in this case, but what are they hiding to us?
It is incredible that their satellites did not detect the aircraft, while Inmarsat revealed its satellites detected the aircraft over the Indian Ocean on Sunday 9, 2014. Officials of the Inmarsat said they informed the Malaysian authorities of the possible sighting, insisting this should have been the Malaysian jet drifting away from Malaysia into the Indian Ocean.
They also seem to believe, like the Australians and the White House, that the aircraft crashed in the same ocean.
Australia said it is nearing, closing in on the site and will possible find wreckage under water. But the rough seas in the Indian Ocean does not want the story to unravel that fast, it seems.