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originally posted by: NoCorruptionAllowed
One thing I want to mention is a CNN video that was shown on cable that clearly showed a missile come in streak towards the pentagon, and then a few minutes later that video was never shown anywhere again
originally posted by: Pilgrum
a reply to: djz3ro
Need to note some obvious things there like the frame rate at about 1 frame/sec which means an object travelling across the frame at 200+ metres/sec can only possibly appear in 1 frame, which it does. Also it's a wide angle shot so the white object that appears in both videos for 1 frame before impact is something very large, very fast and extremely close to the ground which tallies with eyewitness accounts. The 'whiteout' immediately after the impact is the camera trying to auto-adjust for the brightness of the initial flash then recovering in the next frame.
originally posted by: djz3ro
Incidentally it doesn't even look like a plane on the two official videos released by the Pentagon...
I especially like the little white out just after the projectile enters into view, obscuring what it is. This only happens on the 2nd, closer camera which would have had the best view of the carnage...
Many people viewing these as still frames over the years (ourselves included) failed to see the plane. Initially only the video frames taken by the camera behind the foreground obstruction were released. People found it hard to believe that a small foreground obstruction could hide a Boeing 757. The lack of a visual image of the plane led to speculation that there was instead a small plane or a missile, and opened the door to speculation that there was no plane at all. The second video without the foreground obstruction was released much later, and by then no-plane speculation was well established in the 9/11 Truth movement.
To blink the pairs of images (showing video frames just before and just after the plane enters the view) move the mouse cursor onto and off of ALL the image areas without clicking. This works with both the full and magnified images. These PNG images are the ones provided directly in the FOIA release and have better color resolution than the earlier animated GIF images that were made from them. There has been no image enhancement from what was received in the FOIA request, only magnification for the zoomed image pair.
originally posted by: andy06shake
a reply to: mrthumpy
"I'm challenging the assertion that the lack of video footage of an aircraft hitting the building is proof that an aircraft didn't hit the building."
So you don't think an an aircraft hit the building? Im confused now. Possibly my bad.
Because if it was not an aircraft that would mean it was something else, certainly something hit the building given the hole in the side of the thing and the rest of the extensive damage.
Im challenging the official line on the story because "There" version of events is full of holes, there are multiple different aspect that just don't add up. Or do you disagree?
What about the fact that multiple different Boeing pilot captains with decades of experience cannot repeat the flight on any given flight simulator and claim the trajectory altitude speed and attitude was beyond the flight capability's of the plane in question?
Where do you stand on that?