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Roswell "crash" - where's the wreckage?

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posted on Nov, 6 2006 @ 03:54 AM
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Originally posted by Egotosum
There are plenty of crash-sites arond the world (from memory, one major in a woods in France) where you could go today and pick up bits of pieces of planes.

Yeah?
Your missing the point here.
There is no wreckage in the surrounding area's of WTC or Pentagon. = How 'quickly' it takes to clean up a mess of this magnitude.
They have done it in several years. Roswell has had 57 years to do it in.
If the Roswell incident did happen, It would be vital that it needed to be cleaned up as quickly and as 'evidence free' as possible.




posted on Nov, 6 2006 @ 03:58 AM
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Originally posted by Gear

Originally posted by Egotosum
There are plenty of crash-sites arond the world (from memory, one major in a woods in France) where you could go today and pick up bits of pieces of planes.

Yeah?
Your missing the point here.
There is no wreckage in the surrounding area's of WTC or Pentagon. = How 'quickly' it takes to clean up a mess of this magnitude.
They have done it in several years. Roswell has had 57 years to do it in.
If the Roswell incident did happen, It would be vital that it needed to be cleaned up as quickly and as 'evidence free' as possible.

Have we seen or heard the sorta clean-up operation, that's been going on at the WTC site, anywhere in Texas, let alone Roswell?

[edit on 6-11-2006 by Egotosum]



posted on Nov, 6 2006 @ 04:00 AM
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...I don't follow.
Can you rephrase that please?




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