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Originally posted by Anonymous ATS
reply to post by Anonymous ATS
heres something i noticed. the guy who took the still photos of the wreck said they were taken 30 to 40 minutes after impact? npr says it took firefighters "hours" to extinguish the fire. the photog also claimed he was "ten feet" from the impact crater. no emergency crew were in any of the shots. this was on msnbc at about 1am. seems like our keepers are covering their tracks again.
Originally posted by nikiano
Originally posted by greshnik
Originally posted by Shades1035
Just out of curiousity, why are there so many debunkers on ATS? A conspiracy board with so many people that just think that conspiracies do not exist. That makes no sense? It almost seems like a conspiracy!
[edit on 13-2-2009 by Shades1035]
This is by far the best question anybody ever asked on this site. It is such a simple question, and if you stop for a second and think about it, it tells you exactly what this site is about. It seems that people who do not believe in any conspiracy do nothing else but go to conspiracy sites and write endless messages
One could almost think that this is a government controlled site...or controlled by some other entity, like mosad or some other humanitarian agency
[edit on 13-2-2009 by greshnik]
I second that opinion.
Also, isn't it interesting to note that the more a conspiracy makes sense, the more debunkers show up?
You know what they say....the flack is the thickest when you are right over the target.
Originally posted by yeolpal
All I've to say about this matter is Electro Magnetic Pulse....
My condolences to the families who had loved ones lost onboard.
Originally posted by darkelf
Originally posted by questioningall
reply to post by darkelf
Really? Are they going to release those tapes like they did right away of the controllers tapes.
Sorry, when I hear it, then I may believe that, but again, as it was pointed out... there would have been some sort of gliding - not straight down nose dive.
Not necessarily, at that low of an altitude and at their speed a severe pitch and roll would have caused them to auger in. Add in the ice effect (which is probably what caused them to lose control) and you have a recipe for disaster. I am only an aircraft mechanic and electrician, not an engineer, but I understand how they work. Severe ice on the leading edges and the windshield is bad enough but if their controls iced over they didn't have a chance.
Originally posted by nikiano
Is it possible to generate an EMP with a portable device?
How far away was the airplane from the airport when it came down? I heard it was just minutes from landing.
If someone was waiting at the airport for that specific plane, could they point something to wards the plane to create an EMP?