posted on Sep, 7 2006 @ 03:06 PM
This is a good question, especially for Flight 93.
For Flight 77, I can see how an excuse can be made on account of the plane allegedly being vaporized.
For flights 11 and 175, parts of planes were photographed, ie the ones that emerged from the buildings during the impacts, but the majority of the
masses must have been utterly destroyed during the collapses. Everything else, besides the steel, was destroyed during the collapses. I have heard a
firefighter attest to finding no non-steel debris bigger than part of a key pad for a telephone. Some 1000 people vanished in the collapses, with not
so much as a finger ever found or identified. There was total and utter destruction of most everything in those buildings during the collapses.