posted on Sep, 3 2006 @ 04:14 PM
I'm certainly no hologram expert, but are'nt holagrams projected onto a surface? much like a projector you'd get in a classroom?
Therefore if the plane hitting the building was a holagram, would'nt it have appeared to have hit the building, then fair enough explosives could
have done the realistic stuff......but would'nt a holographic image continued onto the next side of the building? Unless of course the hologram was
switched off at the moment of impact, whatever it would have had to have been som every good technical work.