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Originally posted by waypastvne
The "Truth Movement" has asked for a credible explanation as to how the so-called Miracle Passport could have passed through the North Tower to land in the street unscathed.
This video also addresses the hole in the C-Ring of the Pentagon
Originally posted by pieman
there were personal items found but they weren't the type of items kept in the cabin, they were the type of item that you could reasonable expect to have been initially protected by a suit case. a passport on the other hand would have been required at boarding.
...the cabin pressurization was at ground level which it normally is not normal pressurization of 10,000 feet which makes the weight of the "Air" considerably less.
There is no mass in the cabin air
- all the other examples are of air acting against air -
...the oklahoma bomb has the equivalent of an almost atomic blast...
are you suggesting that the "cabin air" punched through all of the internal structure without losing enough speed to carry items like seat cushions?
there were personal items found but they weren't the type of items kept in the cabin, they were the type of item that you could reasonable expect to have been initially protected by a suit case.
... a passport on the other hand would have been required at boarding.
The closest I’ve found is this page of the number of passports issued per year. First, lets be generous and say that every passport was issued to an adult and therefore lasts ten years. Assuming that everyone who’s been issued a passport over the last ten years still has it, that’s 60,884,784 people with US passports. Given the US population is around 280 million, that gives us 21.7 per cent owning passports. Taking into account some of these will be five year passports, we have a figure that’s probably a little under 20 per cent.