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Oh yeah, and don't forget the magical passports made from the strongest material in the universe that magically appears out of thin air. Oh yeah, and the NORAD stand down command...
“Sending the envelope that fell to the ground was my unremarkable act of defiance to the chaos,” Shtaingos said, “Remarkably it survived when so much else did not.”
It was surmised that the letter had been aboard one of the hijacked flights that crashed into the twin towers. It seemed the only explanation for the letter’s misdirected journey from Portsmouth to the chaotic streets of downtown New York on the morning of September 11. Both flights were bound from Boston’s Logan Airport, carrying passengers, crew members and cargo, including U.S. mail, to Los Angeles.
When the Columbia space shuttle disintegrated upon re-entry to the Earth's atmosphere, killing all seven astronauts on board, NASA scientists expected that the 80 science experiments aboard the shuttle were destroyed as well.
But in the days after the tragic Columbia shuttle disaster on Feb. 1, 2003, scientists began realizing that wasn't the case. Various salvageable experiments were recovered from the wreckage, including a live group of 1 millimeter-long roundworms, or nematodes, known as Caenorhabditis elegans.
No one expected that the nematodes could survive the intense heat of re-entry, but the C. elegans got lucky, said Nathaniel Szewczyk, a scientist who worked with the nematodes in the aftermath of the crash
Fragments of an exploded device will often be left intact, including switches, wiring, timers and circuit boards. If the timer was made from a unique type of watch, for instance, that information could help narrow the search for who created the device or where it may have come from.
originally posted by: Chadwickus
a reply to: hopenotfeariswhatweneed
Uhh, maybe you should call out the op about having room for discussions...because it sounds like he ain't interested in any discussion that opposes his conspiracy narrative...
The only real question is just exactly who the conspirators were. Was it 19 guys with box cutters, or was it somebody else?
you can fool some of the people most the time, but you cannot fool everyone all the time.
There are 1.67 miles from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) to Pentagon in northwest direction and 3.26 miles by car, following the George Washington Memorial Pkwy route.
In 2013, Reagan National Airport handled 20,415,085 passengers, which was a new record. From April 2014 to March 2015, the airport handled 21,195,775 passengers, which is slightly higher than the aforementioned record. American Airlines, following its merger with US Airways, has the largest share of traffic at the airport, accounting for 50.4% of the market share as of June 2015. Delta Air Lines, the second largest, accounts for 14.0%, with Southwest in third at 13.0%.
I cannot fathom the idea that 19 hijackers with plastic box cutters overthrew the United States in an hour and did all this damage, military timely, like a black ops operation. Impossible and unbelievable .