There are too many holes in this story to believe it so blindly. No one is asking you to believe the ‘out there’ theories going around, just recognize that something doesn’t fit the story you are so blindly accepting.
Well I don't feel that I ever 'blindly accept' anything. For example, it's pretty obvious to me after 20+ years of painstaking research that the US Govt has been lying about its involvement with ET technology, and that the extent of this goes far beyond what most people imagine possible. To a truly frightening extent, actually (and the US Govt is not the only one...)
I am open to all the conspiracy theories, but there is just no evidence to support this one about AA#77. At the end of the day, the most plausible explanation concurrent with the observable facts has to be the most likely. In this case, it's obvious that AA#77 hit the building. I have still seen no evidence to the contrary.
Or perhaps A DIFFERENT B-757 was used to strike The Pentagon in order to cover up that a 757 was supposed to strike The Pentagon? Maybe with a DIFFERENT suicidal pilot to cover for Hani Hanjour (who of course, must be somewhere else with all the missing passengers and crew - but where???)
With all due respect, it's not up to me to 'prove' to you that the 757 engine parts in the wreckage were from that specific aircraft. There is no evidence to suggest they might not be. Have you contacted AA? The wreckage belongs to their aircraft; it's their property and they may still have what remains. Why don't you ask them? There was an insurance settlement. AA's insurers obviously inspected the wreckage in some detail, and presumably paid out only when convinced that that was indeed the aircraft. You could ask them too.
At the end of the day, you'll believe whatever you want to believe. I need some evidence (just a small bit would be a start) before accepting the grossly improbable, when an obvious explanation fits the facts.
(sorry I can't seem to turn the italics off - they are not intended).