posted on Oct, 7 2018 @ 01:17 AM
I find myself in violent agreement with you. I also don't like conspiracy theories in general, but there is so much witness testimony in this case
(more than 100 witnesses who saw a self-luminous object rise up and intercept the 747 BEFORE the breakup and big fireballs).
To your 7 points, I'll add one more. The CIA cartoon that was produced and publicized at the very end of the investigation is absolute bull puckey.
It is basically a cartoon depicting the theory that was concocted specifically for the purpose of dismissing the witness testimony. In that theory,
the center fuel tank exploded which severed the nose of the aircraft, which subsequently dove to the ocean surface. Meanwhile, the claim is that the
aircraft fuselage and wings, relieved of the weight of the nose section, then zoom climbed a couple thousand feet above the original altitude, while
drizzling fuel into the air. The claim is that the falling fuel stream ignited and created the illusion of a flame rising up, which the witnesses all
misinterpreted as a missile ascending.
The pilot of Eastwind flight 507 (who was a few thousand feet above TWA 800) saw a light rise from the surface, intercept the 747, at which point the
747 blew up and fell to the ocean. There was no climb at all after the first explosion.
Which is exactly what one would expect from basic flight physics. Whichever clown at the CIA created the cartoon animation obviously knew nothing
about how airplanes fly. He apparently assumed that if you removed the weight of the nose of the 747 that the resulting fragment of the airframe
would zoom climb because it was lighter. The reality is that for stable flight, the center of mass of the aircraft has to be slightly ahead of the
center of lift of the aircraft (which corresponds to a location 25% of the wing chord back from the leading edge of the wing. On a trimmed 747,
there is a separation between the center of lift and the center of mass of a few feet. If the nose of the 747 were to separate just ahead of the
wings, the center of mass of the remaining fragment would instantaneously move about 20 feet rearward. At that point, the wings would still be
generating their full lift, but there would be no countervailing mass to keep the fuselage fragment from pitching up violently to the vertical
position, stalling the wings in the process. At that point, the aircraft fragment would still be traveling at full flight speed forward, but would
present its planform surface to the oncoming ram air. The sudden pitch up combined with many 10s of g's of deceleration would be enough to instantly
break all the passengers' necks and perhaps snap their heads off. This may very well explain why many of the corpses that were recovered were still
strapped in their seats and were decapitated. This violent maneuver would also snap one of the wings off (whichever one was slightly weaker than the
other). Once that happened, the remaining wing and attached fuselage fragment would cartwheel off and plunge to the ocean. One of the witnesses on
the ground reported just this sequence of events.
The CIA cartoon that was generated after the end of the investigation was clearly just a made up story intended to make everyone shut up and go away.
By the way, why was the CIA the agency that made up the cartoon? By law, the NTSB is the government agency that is supposed to have lead authority in
investigating air traffic accidents unless there is a criminal or national security element to the accident, in which case either the FBI or the CIA
would then have primary authority. This whole investigation was run with the NTSB notionally in charge, but with the FBI and CIA quietly manipulating
events behind the scenes.
a reply to: thebozeian