Sure, why not? I can’t believe this explanation wasn’t near the top of the list from the beginning.
If CNN can entertain the possibility that an errant black hole did it, why not global warming?
How might global warming be involved? Well, let’s see. There are those mysterious megacryometeors (falls of giant pieces of ice, even out of a blue sky), which Jesus Martinez-Frias, a planetary geologist at the Center for Astrobiology in Madrid, Spain, tried to tell me are due to climate change. Maybe one of those smacked the plane.
Or, what about a rogue jet stream, disrupted by global warming, suddenly arising and causing so much tail wind that the jet loses lift and drops out of the sky?
C’mon folks, lets’ use our imaginations! Surely we can do better than black holes!