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Originally posted by Seventh
As it flies past the West side of the North Tower, this happens....
If Satam al-Suqami was in fact piloting that aircraft, it would have to be. Either that or a Wandering Albatross.. (said with a grin)
But either way it would have to be a HUGE bird or a very large piece of paper and it should be noted that it also passes the face of the far foreground brown building which is probably about a mile from the South Tower.
Originally posted by FewWorldOrder
Excellent, thanks, OmegaPoint.
And who else was a member of that "Catastrophic Terrorism Study Group"?
From the OP's link:
Graham T. Allison, Jr.
Joseph S. Nye, Jr.
William J. Perry
J. Terry Scott
Oh no, nothing to see here, move along quietly...
[edit on 26-9-2009 by FewWorldOrder]
Originally posted by conar
You are wrong, 9/11 wont be forgotten, ever.
Even if you spread hundreds more tin-foil hat stories to distract us.
Originally posted by turbofan
Evidence Of Remote Controlled Planes At WTC! By Aidan Monaghan
As the aircraft attacks of September 11, 2001 unfolded at the World Trade Center, virtually maximum augmented GPS positioning quality for the entire daylight period was provided to the geographic coordinates for the World Trade Center.
GPS position quality is strongly affected by the number of GPS satellites visible to a GPS receiver and the orbital geometry of GPS satellites with respect to a GPS receiver. Augmented GPS signal receivers and Flight Management Systems that utilize augmented GPS signals for navigation and positioning purposes were scheduled to be contained by American and United airlines Boeing 757s and 767s by 2000.
"Factors that can degrade the GPS signal and thus affect accuracy include the following: Number of satellites visible - The more satellites a GPS receiver can "see," the better the accuracy; Satellite geometry/shading - This refers to the relative position of the satellites at any given time. Ideal satellite geometry exists when the satellites are located at wide angles relative to each other. Poor geometry results when the satellites are located in a line or in a tight grouping."