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Today in Wired, Canadian pilot Chris Goodfellow offered a simple explanation for the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, an onboard electrical fire and a pilot changing course for the nearest, best airport at Palau Langkawi before being overcome by smoke. This comes as the New York Times reports that the course change was made by computer, not manual control. The Week’s Peter Weber offers a map that illustrates Goodfellow’s hypothesis. If true, would this make it less likely Flight 370 will ever be found?