posted on Jan, 8 2020 @ 08:55 AM
a reply to: roadgravel
So here's the thing with the holes...
First, airliner crashes are indeed very violent events, but usually what you see is torn aluminum and broken honeycomb pieces, not pieces with holes
So, could something else besides shrapnel or AAA have made the holes? Yes, BUT it would need to be something pretty stout, like say a protruding
steel rebar anchored in concrete. And, if this was the case the punctured part would have been impaled on whatever that was and stuck there.
Otherwise, the hole would have been a tear, and it wouldn't be indented, the hole would be pulled outwards. So, whatever made those holes went in one
direction only, from the outside to the inside. A piece of debris tumbling across the ground would have tears, not holes.
Secondly, the tail section is relatively intact and not badly scorched which indicates it separated from the main wreckage shortly after impact. It's
also not too badly damaged around the edges, so it doesn't look like it traveled across the ground very far from the impact site. Why would there be
a hole, with no surrounding damage, which looks like it came from either below and behind or above and forward of the tail? Doesn't compute...unless
it originated from an external explosive device.