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Nor is there evidence that anything you have said about yourself on ATS is factual. Same goes for me.
Extending that, there is no evidence that images of men walking on the Moon actually show men walking on the Moon. Right?
I am just making an observation.
Just because you say your families' land was "stolen" opens the door for anything, right? Just because I say I've been hang gliding for 2/3's of my life opens the door for anything, right?
Just because someone post a photo of something with no evidence to when, where, time of date, opens the door for anything. Right?
What's so silly about it? The wings sliced through the side of the building on the twin towers and left a noticeable slice on the exterior wall. The towers were constructed with exterior steel beams around the perimeter of the building. If a plane and it's wings can slice through steel beams, I'm sure at the very least it would have created some damage along a concrete wall. Take into consideration the engines of the plane are attached to the wings which adds to the force of the impact.
originally posted by: Informer1958
a reply to: Phage
This could be bone yard scraps, there is no evidence this piece belong to said aircraft.
originally posted by: neutronflux
What is a jet supposed to do when hitting the ground at high speed. I think the term used is ATOMIZES?
Seen other people post this test footage to prove a point here at ATS.
F4 Phantom Jet Hits Concrete Wall at 500 MPH
YouTube - Aug 4, 2008
Please tell me what is unusual about the Shanksville crash site.
Especially when it's been pointed out at ATS planes tend to atomize when hitting solid objects at high speed.