posted on Jan, 8 2009 @ 11:25 AM
reply to post by Angus123
Comrad "Angus123" the speed of sound travels at approximately 5 seconds per mile.
In the video, the explosion occurs at the exact same time the camera shakes; and that is impossible. The shock wave traveling at the speed of sound
would not arrive for at least a couple of seconds from the time of the explosion.
Don't you agree that the explosion takes place at least a half-a-mile away, possibly a mile away from the video camera recording the explosion, just
by seeing all of the trees and buildings inbetween the camera and the explosion.
If you do agree, then the blast would not hit the camera or rock the camera for a least 2 to 5 seconds after the explosion. Therefore we can assume
that the explosion is faked.