CNN's Don Lemon is quickly becoming the source of all of the "best" theories about what happened to the missing Flight 370.
Lemon's new tactic is to solicit any random and wild theory from his viewers and then put them to a panel of guests. He did this on Wednesday night, which led to him asking Mary Schiavo, the former inspector general for the U.S. Department of Transportation, whether a black hole or Bermuda Triangle could have taken the plane. Also, another Twitter follower had said the whole thing was like an episode of "Lost."
"I know it's preposterous," he said, before completely negating that statement by asking Schiavo, "is it preposterous, Mary?"
Schiavo had an extremely delightful answer:
"A small black hole would suck in our entire universe, so we know it's not that. A Bermuda Triangle is often weather, and 'Lost' is a TV show."
Apparently trying to be nice, she added that it was great that people were sending in so many fun theories.
(Video via Talking Points Memo)