posted on May, 25 2008 @ 08:14 AM
DISCLAIMER: I post in this section of ATS with great trepidation.
The search feature (in regards to the 9/11 forum) is worthless. It is worthless because every thread with any promise of answering my question turns
into pages of flame war; burrying whatever relevant information it may have contained.
Do not presume my position on what happened that day.
Do not simply post what you think as fact. If it is your opinion, then tell me that. If it is based on actual evidence, don't make me try to force
it out of you over the course of three pages.
Do not start fighting amongst yourselves (or try to fight with me). I did type this thread up to listen to grown adults bicker like children in the
If the thread starts to nosedive I want the thread locked (if possible). If this happens then anyone with actual information can contact me via
Recently, 2003, a propane leak sparked an explosion in a town about fifteen minutes from me (read: Newton, New Jersey). As a result of the explosion,
windows in an apartment complex about 200 yards from the site of the blast were broken.
So here is my question:
I have seen a few pictures which claim to show non-broken windows practically on top of the impact hole. Why are there non-broken windows right next
to where a plane is supposed to have exploded against a wall?
I did some looking around here and have not found a sufficient response to this.
I saw "the windows at the pentagon were made of bullet proof glass" thrown around...but a plane exploded...feet from the glass.
I am not claiming to have any advanced knowledge in the workings of bullet resistant glass, so please, correct me if I am going in the wrong
I can speculate too, but I make this thread looking for legitimate answers that I can't seem to find on my own.