posted on Oct, 29 2006 @ 12:22 PM
Sorry about this, I tried to reply to both posts, but got them crossed up.
This is probably more for the other gent. The TV crew splashed the call sign of a station with K, or K's in it. It was near Shanksville, so I'm
guessing the KDKA station is the culprit. Why they scotched an interview with a half dozen eye witnesses of the final moments of 93, is beyond me.
But please realize that not everyone in the U.S. saw all of the same TV feeds, that day.
All of the U.S. unmanned, or U.A.V development, is centered just over the border, at Wright Patterson Field, in Ohio. As for the no window
blurb, I saw that too. Those TV feeds showed a Boeing Airframe that had been diverted off of the production line, and modified in the Phantom Works
to sport, what would be called "bilge Keels' on a yacht, to carry some extra special avionics. It would have never passed the strict weight
penalties for commercial traffic, but of course the Air Force doesn't care about fuel, since they don't show profit or loss, per passenger mile. A
dummied up airliner, is the perfect cruise missile, albeit a bit rough on the hundred or so passengers and crew, so maybe you should be looking at
"C" , both of the above, on the cruise missile, or airplane controversies.
These "Q" planes, would work really neat on a black, stormy night, but in bright sunlight, over NYC, and Washington, D.C., forget it.
My call is that the small unmanned airframe was loaded with Anthrax, and was going to circle D.C. about three times, after 93, took out the
Capital building. That's seventy five years with no civillian seat of Gov't., folks. Now think just how important it was that the passengers of 93
torpedoed everything when they rushed the cockpit. Does it make their valor any less, if the boy in the bunker panicked, and brought down the heavy,
remotely, before they regained control of the flight deck, and then screamed on their cell phones, that none of the controls were working??