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Originally posted by GoldenFleece
They're called Sidewinder missiles -- the same ones that the mayor of Shanksville and several other Viet Nam vets heard on 9/11.
Originally posted by Swampfox46_1999
reply to post by GoldenFleece
So you believe a Sidewinder was used huh? Just how familiar are you with them? Do you understand how they work?
The only engine part of note found any significant distance from the crash site was a chunk of the engine fan which went rolling across the ground after impact..leaving a trail. In other words, the crash site indicates that the engines were in one piece and on the airplane when it hit the ground.
I often wondered that myself. Where did that plane end up at? I think most of us agree that it was not at the so called crash site.
Originally posted by argentus
reply to post by ATH911
You know what I wish? I were there was video, or at least photos that were vetted as having been immediately after the crash. I've seen the photos alleged to be of dumpsters full of Flight 93 artifacts. I can understand why there might not be photos of the immediate aftermath available -- there must've been human remains, however small.
question, ATH911....... where do you think the actual Flight 93 plane went, if you don't support the idea of a plane crashing there?
Originally posted by impressme
reply to post by esdad71
I think our government shot down Flight 93
I have to disagree with you on this because, I have evidences that prove flight 93 was still airborne “pass” the alleged crash site. I am convinced that flight 93 landed in Ohio.
What happened to the passengers, I don’t know I can only guess at this point.
United 93 Still Airborne After Alleged Crash - According To ATC/Radar
04/28/09 (PilotsFor911Truth.org) - Recently it has been brought to our attention that Air Traffic Control (ATC) transcripts reveal United 93 as being airborne after it's alleged crash. Similar scenarios have been offered with regard to American 77 and American 11 showing an aircraft target continuing past its alleged crash point in the case of American 11, or past the turn-around point in the case of American 77. However, both these issues can be easily explained by "Coast Mode" radar tracking. This is not the case with United 93.
Full Transcript Here
United 93 transponder is recognized by Air Traffic Control as airborne after alleged impact time. Some have made the excuse this is due to Coast Mode tracking. ATC did not recognize any signs of CST (Coast Mode). Further confirmation that this was not any type of "Coast Mode" is that ATC also recognized United 93 reporting an altitude. The only way ATC could observe a reported altitude is if United 93 were squawking Mode C on the transponder, which means altitude reporting capability. Further confirmation comes in the form of latitude and longitude positions reported by ATC. N39 51 - W78 46 were reported as the last known radar position of United 93. It is unclear if the position is reported as Degrees, Minutes or Decimal, however, standard aviation terminology is in Degrees, Minutes. With that said, both positions are well past the alleged United 93 Crash site.
so I do not think they are past a cover up
I have to disagree with you on that.
Lies, Conflicting Reports, Cover-Up's
Location of American 77 Flight Data Recorder - Part II
11/30/07 - Many may recall an article we published regarding location of American Airlines Flight 77 Flight Data Recorder (AA 77 FDR) in which we expose the govt story of the flight data recorder being found at the entrance hole and exit hole. Since the article has been published, the MSNBC article we sourced (www.msnbc.msn.com...) no longer exists and now redirects to an irrelevant Newsweek page (www.newsweek.com...). Why would MSNBC want to remove a page which explains the recovery of AA 77 FDR? Is it because we exposed the conflicting reports of location? It gets deeper.
UAL Flight 93 Landed Safely
At Cleveland Hopkins Airport
Plane Lands In Cleveland - Bomb Feared Aboard
Reported by 9News Staff
Web produced by:Liz Foreman
9/11/01 11:43:57 AM
A Boeing 767 out of Boston made an emergency landing Tuesday at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport due to concerns that it may have a bomb aboard, said Mayor Michael R. White.
White said the plane had been moved to a secure area of the airport, and was evacuated.
United identified the plane as Flight 93. The airline did not say how many people were aboard the flight.
United said it was also "deeply concerned" about another flight, Flight 175, a Boeing 767, which was bound from Boston to Los Angeles.
On behalf of the airline CEO James Goodwin said: "The thoughts of everyone at United are with the passengers and crew of these flights. Our prayers are also with everyone on the ground who may have been involved.
"United is working with all the relevant authorities, including the FBI, to obtain further information on these flights," he said.
Reply to email commenting on Flight 93 using link
No Body Parts Found At Flt 93 Crash Scene
Dulce still points out, that something is odd with the serial numbers of Flight93 and Flight 175.
The serial numbers of the ORIGINAL planes are SAME serial numbers of the planes that ARE STILL FLYING. 591UA and 612UA.
Dulce argues, that though N-number can be transferred, the manufacturer serial number CANNOT be transferred.
According to some spot-witnesses, Boeing 757-222 SERIAL NUMBER 28142 is flying around Chicago under the alias 594UA.
According to the FAA, N594UA Boeing 757-222 flies now with a DIFFERENT serial number, namely 28145.
Something is fishy.
I just stumbled on your thread, I just posted this in another thread, and I thought I would share it here as well.
I do not believe flight 93 was shot down or crash period. There has never been any proof that flight 93 crashed in Shanskville PA. The FBI makes phony claims; the FBI has been caught lying just about everything regarding 911.
[edit on 12-9-2009 by impressme]
Jeff Reinbold, the National Park Service representative responsible for the Flight 93 National Memorial, confirms the direction and distance from the crash site to the basin: just over 300 yards south, which means the fan landed in the direction the jet was traveling. "It's not unusual for an engine to move or tumble across the ground," says Michael K. Hynes, an airline accident expert who investigated the crash of TWA Flight 800 out of New York City in 1996. "When you have very high velocities, 500 mph or more," Hynes says, "you are talking about 700 to 800 ft. per second. For something to hit the ground with that kind of energy, it would only take a few seconds to bounce up and travel 300 yards
Originally posted by Swampfox46_1999
reply to post by argentus
The "debris" that was found a significant distance, was only lightweight items...fabric, paper etc...no mechanical debris that would indicate a missile strike was found at a distance that would preclude it from being from impact with the ground.
Originally posted by Swampfox46_1999
Even the engine fan that Fleece mistakenly believes was found over a mile away disproves the Sidewinder theory. Had a Sidewinder hit, the engine fan...would have been a few thousand fragments instead of a couple pieces.