posted on Nov, 15 2007 @ 11:23 PM
These are just a few questions I have for no planers, purely out of curiousity.
While I do not subscribe to the no planer theory, I am always open to new evidence and/or "proof".
In the image above, what caused the sections that I highlighted in green to appear to be knocked inward? If there were an explosion from the inside to
simulate the airplane strike, how did this happen?
In reference to the sections highlighted with yellow, why aren't these sections either missing or blown outward? It appears to me that the outer
portion of these sections was knocked/blown away while the inner portion remained intact. How would explosions PLACED on the inside allow these
sections to remain?
The only really noticeable sections that I see blown outward are the ones I highlighted in red. If there were a primary explosion from the inside, why
aren't more of the beams bent outward?
Also, a good bit of the debris on the inside of the building appears to be blown inward. While this could still easily happen if explosions were
placed on or within the outer walls, it still seems a bit odd to me.
Please take note that I am not trying to "debunk" or anything else with this. These are honest questions that I have in the interest of learning.