posted on Dec, 30 2009 @ 05:27 PM
Originally posted by ATH911
Originally posted by thedman
Apparently did not look at the photos I posted - the ones taken CLOSE UP!
You post a long range aerial photo and then ask where are the parts?
Go to here
Will see plenty of aircraft debris
I did, I just didn't see enough to come anywhere close to 95% of a Boeing 757. More like 2%.
Yep, just like I said. The quantity argument. Nevermind that you would be hard pressed to find photographs of any crash that showed all the debris.
You want photos of all 95% or else everyone that was there is a liar. Now you know that there are a limited number of photos of the crash site,
you've seen them all, and yet you persist in putting up these inane arguments. And lets be honest, even if someone did post photos, you would
immeadiately doubt the authenticity. You're invested in these conspiracy delusions and you have nowhere else to go.
Just to play another round, however, there is that photo that shows a 30 yard dumpster about 2/3 filled with debris. You think that weighs less than
4000 pounds? 2/3 of a 30 yard dumpster is 19 cubic yards. At 4000 lbs (your 2% estimate of a 200,000 lb Boeing 757-200) that means the material in
that dumpster weighs in at - 8 lbs per cubic foot. Thats half the weight per cubic foot of sawdust. Does that material look lighter than sawdust?
If the material in their was water than it would weigh in at 31,806 lbs. or about 16% of the airplane by weight. If it is primarily aluminum than we
are talking about 64,000 lbs or about 32% of the plane by weight. And that is just the one photo. Are we getting anywhere here, or are you just
going to jump right to the "quality" argument? That is to say, you have no proof that the material in the dumpster is from the crash site and