posted on Oct, 19 2009 @ 05:38 PM
Originally posted by Lichter daraus
one question. What is the white dot on the building just in front of the airplane?
Very very good question. Thanks.
I'm not sure, to tell you the truth, but it appears to be a video effect of somekind. I would propose it represented a time/space point that
something was supposed to take place in. Perhaps two pieces were spliced together at that point, because one piece of animation was made with the
plane approaching the building, then another was made to show the plane entering the building, and yet another would have been made to display the
explosion effect. At some point, the animator would splice these pieces together and they would need a time/space point of that would serve as the
moment of impact. This is simply a guess and nothing more.
Another guess I have is that they started to create a scene for an impact explosion, then decided not to and to wait until after entry into the
building. The timing though did not work out well, because the plane went in too far before the timing of the explosion. Some of this could be due to
"rendering" problems and some due to mixing/splicing pieces and the timing involved.
To me, it seems as though the pieces of footage were made at the last minute, or very close to the actual time of the incident. In other words, I
don't think they were made 6 months prior with enough time to work out all the problems. I think this is why there are so man y fake videos on the
media and some of the same ones, the same exact ones, differ from network to network. They are different CGI animation attempts that were used. Some
better than others.
One good example of this is the very one at the top of the page. Both are supposed to be the exact same video, however the planes are different sizes
and shapes and also the black shadow bar under the plane, likely a video effect, is lower on the picture on the left and higher on the picture on the
right. The video line or shadow should be in exactly the same place but it's not. The shadow bar i'm talking about is approx. 1" lower than the
plane on the left, and only approx. 1/2" on the image on the right.
[edit on 19-10-2009 by nwodeath]