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newton wrote:'thanks" janet jackson's tit for building in even more standard delay time.
Obwon wrote:I hate to have to admit I'm a no planer.
Obwon wrote:I still can't believe that a plane came screaming down the Hudson, engines going full bore, craft emitting a sonic boom being over the speed of sound under 5,000 feet, ... (supposedly supersonic at that point) ...
Obwon wrote:and not a single 911 call about it. Yet Capt. Sully, gliding down to the river, with both engines cut off by bird strikes, generated dozens of 911 calls.
Obwon wrote:In fact, if the official story is to be believed, only a handful of firemen and a camera man spotted the first plane.
Obwon wrote:Which is pretty absurd. Notice that they appear to turn to look at where they supposedly hear the sound of the jet. But, depending on the height of the aircraft and it's speed (supposedly supersonic at that point), by the time they hear the sound, the air craft would be 3 seconds advanced from over their heads. That puts it behind the telephone building already. Unable to see what it is, no less it's trajectory, what is there to prompt the cameraman to quickly focus on the WTC? Surrounded by tall buildings everywhere, he can have no clue that there will be anything for him to see anywhere.
Obwon wrote:That brings us to the impact itself. Had the plane been completely and perfectly perpendicular to the building face, some sort of penetration, of the type shown, might have been possible. But that wasn't the case. The aircraft was not perpendicular to the building face, the nose of the craft was slightly below and to the west of the tail. Thus, when the nose met the resistance of the building face, the rest of the craft, supported and resisted only by air, should have rotated quite rapidly in the direction of the smaller angles.
Thus the aircraft should have "broadsided" the building, with the result of leaving a huge portion of debris outside the building to be taped raining down to the streets below. My guess is that someone able to work up the figures, will soon be releasing their data, showing how the aircraft should have behaved on impact.
Obwon wrote:The impact angles and speeds are easily obtained over at the 911 pilots for truth site. Happy hunting.
Obwon wrote:Had the plane been completely and perfectly perpendicular to the building face, some sort of penetration, of the type shown, might have been possible. But that wasn't the case.
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