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Originally posted by AgentSmith
You guys do realise there is no way to project a hologram into mid-air right, certainly not on that scale and at that speed?
And I don't mean 'Not possible apart from the super-duper science defying military projects', I mean not possible.
It frankly would be a lot simpler to (you guessed it) get some airliners and fly them in. Even the remote-control theories hold water
If it was a hologram, how did they produce the sound of the jets, and where was the projector located? These are 2 crucial questions for your thoery to be possible.
Do you think that a 767 would impact a building like the WTC and NOT shred into pieces?
Originally posted by Marquall
You said a 5 block radius... Tell me, was it pushed by the wind
In regards to the sound, in order to reach that speed, the drone would require a bigger engine. Why not stick a General Electric CF6-80C2 on the back and we'll see what happens... The General Electric TF39 and CF6 family of high-bypass turbofan engines are the most popular large aircraft turbines in the world, powering civil and military widebodies from a variety of manufacturers.