posted on Mar, 16 2007 @ 03:44 PM
It was NOT a 757 that hit the Pentagon... period! Again, NO 757 hit the Pentagon!
I have sold very high end engineering software for 20 years... Pro/E Mechanica, Ansys, COSMOS and many other analysis programs. I have engaged in
materials testing for ASTM. I understand the principles of linear AND non-linear analysis, Computational Fluid Dynamics, moments of inertia, stress,
strain, frequency, displacement, etc... In short, I have enough of a grasp of engineering principles to understand how the fuselage of a 757 would
have behaved if it had struck the Pentagon as well as how the building would have responded and I can tell you from my own book of knowledge - never
Whatever struck that building was a.) significantly smaller than a 757; b.) had either a shape charge or a DU nosecone or both; c.) and consolidated
it's impact energy on a very small point and did NOT detonate until AFTER it had breached the exterior of the building. Since 757s store fuel in
their wings, I can assure you that almost the whole of the fire would have occured OUTSIDE the structure AND would have left a a significant amount of
soot damage on those "Fuselage" parts found on the lawn. In fact, you would have noticed a near "flash" negative of the aircraft on the exterior
of the building from the fuel explosion. However, you see no damage on the building from where either wing or tail would have hit.
There is no interior structure of a 757 that is stronger than the fuselage frame which is significantly larger than the hole seen in any image prior
to the collapse. Secondly, given the structure itself and the newton forces exterted on the "Reinforced concrete" shell of the building, you would
have seen an area significantly larger than the fuselage itself caved inward where the impact site was - not a hole! - as the the newton forces would
have moved along the shell of the building until their moments of intertia were fully absorbed by the forces of impact. Clearly not the case here -
there was a hole! Think of a hard boiled egg - now take a soda straw and ram it end-on into the shell of the egg - what happens to the straw and the
egg? The straw bends and accordians which is what the fuselage would have done. The egg's shell pierces at the point of contact but exhibits stress
fractures and impact damage all along it's outer surface planar to the impact. The Pentagon exhibited NOTHING of the sort. Just a perfectly neat
hole - no planar stress fractures - after all this is a REINFORCED CONCRETE surface and should have behaved as such.
My theory is cruise missile - perhaps one that was even "dressed up" to appear like a plane. After all, many witnesses claimed that the "plane"
was no bigger than a commuter jet. Psychology counts on two things: a.) Things always appear larger in memory than they were in reality and b.) shock
dilutes minute details. Pure PsyOps.