posted on Oct, 15 2007 @ 02:47 AM
One thing that I always thought was suspect was if you look at the impact areas of WTC1 and WTC2 it appears as if the exterior columns had been precut
horizontally across in sections of 3 (for the most part) and as well the impact holes are much larger the the fuselage of the planes. I personally
think the hologram theory is much to extreme however, I believe the impact areas could have also been pre-wired ready to blow up the plane touching
the surface of the towers, which either way explains why they went in so smoothly. The explosion could have been set-off either by a proximity device
mounted on the aircraft or by whatever that emitting flash from the aircrafts underbelly was.
The human senses are not designed to pickup milliseconds and centimeters, so I am at a loss as to why several people keep using that as a benchmark.
But check out those water fountain displays in Las Vegas or the controlled demolition of any building or of an annual fireworks or pyrotechnics
display. Getting something like that to work out would be possible for a professional in that field.
Another possibility it that missiles were sent into the buildings fitting with a GPS device and then over-layed (graphically prior to live airing)
with the aircraft, the parts pre-planted (most of those items truly do look staged). Eyewitnesses seeing an object flying overhead at close to 500
knots are not going to really be able to make out what it really it, that is 500 miles and hour or 8.33 miles an minute or .1388 miles or 732.86 feet
a second (if my math is correct, math is not my bag ). Image tracking something in live time ~1,000 feet over your head moving at ~733 feet a
second, it would quite a blur.
Also, about the noise, remember the government just happened to be running Tripod-Two and several other "training operations" (BTW nice name
considering the layout of the WTC complex, heh, just like the 7/7 "coincidence"), they could have had jets and other aircraft flying through the
area, perhaps even stealth craft, this would be very visible, especially since we are talking about sonic noise, the human ear is not capable of
picking up the exact location of where it is coming from, they only hear it being bounced around buildings and such, and in NYC there are no shortages
Remember the first plane hitting video did not come out until weeks later (or was it days?), and in one of the videos that was released by a private
citizen that person is now uncooperative and it seems as if he was floating in the air while video taping it because there is no way he could have
caught that footage while standing on the ground, CNN purchased the video from him and he was told he can't say anything about it, he is a jeweler in
California... and also CNN supposedly hired some special effects firm that is associated with government PYSOPS military bases just months prior to
9/11... why would CNN need them for, eh?
Then there is also that little documentary that shows how one of the aircraft showed up out of nowhere and skipped about ~200 feet in distance and in
BTW, it is not possible for a steel buildings to "pancake" (the steel girders, truces, angle irons, braces, brackets, supports, and their massive
steel core would stop prevent that from occurring, the building would tip over before that could ever happen) this "pancake" theory can only happen
to adobe, concrete, and brick buildings, unless you were to break all the welds and remove all of the rivets, bolts, etc., and then shake the crap out
of the building that may be the only exception. Heck, I doubt even a properly build wood building could "pancake" collapse, laff.
[edit on 15-10-2007 by RexxCrow]