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Thank you for pointing people to this new film, "9/11 Ripple Effect". May I take a moment, after having looked at the link to the film's synopsis
page, and keeping in mind that I have not
, of course, seen the film yet --- I noticed a reference, from the synopsis, that appears to be an
obvious error, with a resulting 'theory' proposed.
am talking about a snippet with a still photo showing the bottom of UAL175 just prior to impact at the WTC.
If I am following the allegations the film will be making, it appears they will claim that there were some sort of external "pods" or "devices" on
the belly of the airplane. I say this is a misunderstanding as to how the airplane was painted, originally.
Here is a United Boeing 737
fuselage bottom, using the similar paint scheme design as UAL175, a Boeing 767:
I did not, after a short search, find a representative B767 fuselage bottom photo, but my observations of similar paint schemes on other United
Airlines jets shows that it is common to leave a rectangular portion of the belly either bare alumiinum, or painted gray. (This does NOT apply to
their commuter/partner subsidiaries).
I point this ONE example out in order to suggest that, whilst this film may
have many valid points to stimulate thought and discussion,
I would caution at taking ALL at face value, and to investigate all claims for oneselves.
Thank you for your indulgence.
[edit on 8 July 2009 by weedwhacker]