• Season Two — Episode II: Terrifyingly Normal

    Research indicates that morality might be a lot more than just a set of invented or learned rules. Knowing what is right seems to have deep evolutionary roots and may actually be an innate part of human nature. But if that’s true, if we are all born with a moral sense what happens then to those of us who go against that? Join us for this episode as we try to look beyond evil.

  • Season Two — Episode I: Fear No Evil

    In season two of Opacity Zero we are going to explore what drives some of us to actions most of us can’t even begin to imagine. What makes someone a serial killer or a mass shooter? Does anyone or anything make you something? Or are some of us simply natural born killers? Welcome to episode I — Fear No Evil.

  • Season One — Episode IV: Means, Motive and Opportunity

    It has been almost 18 months since MH370 vanished and still most questions about its whereabouts and what happened aboard the Boeing 777 remain unanswered. We spent the past few weeks ruling out catastrophic failure and human error as the most likely scenario, but what about a hijacking? Could someone have hijacked MH370 and its 239 passengers and crew on board? Did someone interfere with the aircraft and took it off course on purpose? Join us this week as we explore the most likely scenario in our fourth and final episode on the disappearance of MH370.

  • Season One — Episode III: Errare Humanum Est

    More than 50% of all aviation accidents are caused by human error. Did the flight crew of MH370 make a skill-based mistake? Did the Boeing 777 vanish due to a decision error in-flight? Did someone on the ground make a wrong decision and seal the fate of MH370? Did the plane run out of fuel due to a mistake? Join us this week as we explore human error as the possible cause of the disappearance of MH370.

  • Season One — Episode II: What are the odds?

    In 2014 more than 3.3 billion people flew safely on more than 38 million flights — impressive numbers, right? But 2014 won’t be remembered for its millions of safe flights but for the one flight that disappeared with 239 people on board. Join us for this episode as we explore catastrophic failure as the possible cause of the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.

  • Season One — Episode I: On this Day

    On March 8th 2014 a Boeing 777 with 239 passengers and crew on board disappears over the South China Sea without a trace. 16 months later, despite the most extensive search in aviation history, no sign of MH370 and the fate of its 239 passengers has been found.