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Originally posted by CaptainLazy
Lets break it down mathematically. Lets Assume the camera is recording at 1fps, the plane is travelling at 500mph and the space from the wall to the first apearance of the planes front at the right edge is 300meters.
That means that plane would have cleared the grass and hit the building in 0.02 seconds
So even if the camera was recording at 1frame per HALF second. It still would only catch one shot of the plane.
Originally posted by IgnoranceIsntBlisss
So any answers or questions about what this means?
Originally posted by Giordano Bruno
Also - if these are the ones the pentagon only initially released 5 frames of, and then the motion video a couple of years later, I guess there's three interpretations:
1) There's something in the full footage that was missing from the 5 frames
2) There was something, but they've had enough time to photoshop it out
3) There never was anything groundbreaking in them and they're just Kissingeresque paranoid loons whose nature is to withold all evidence from the public regardless of it's content.