posted on Oct, 26 2009 @ 04:02 PM
reply to post by kiwifoot
Here is an alternative (that doesn't involve the risk to so many lives) why not collect a few hundred thousand dollars, get time on a super computer
and model the crash? I mean, they did it for the WTC - this has got to be so much easier, just the plane, the speed and the ground.
I can't imagine it is that difficult to do (please note that I do not know how to do it), they build planes today completely on computers, no more
mock-ups and models. I may even be overestimating the cost. Hire your own engineers and programmers so you can't go excusing the results because
the people were afraid of losing their government jobs. Just about everything is known about the terrain. Do it once and get it over with. If the
model bears out what we know about Flight 93 then that will clear up a lot of questions. But the work had to be transparent.