reply to post by thedman
Airplane crashes leave airplane parts - identifiable parts! The supposed trajectory of AA 77 was low and crashed directly into a building, according
to you guys and the complete lack of damage to the ground. Given that, the entire plane should be there - no parts should have dissolved or melted.
Especially the black box!
Here's a picture from Pan Am flight 103. It blew up in the air over Lockerby Scotland, then fell to the ground in pieces. Those pieces after being
blown up by a bomb and falling to earth are large. There are no pieces like that from the Pentagon... why? How do you attempt to explain an airplane
(poor quality - I just grabbed it from the official Pan Am website title page... but you get the idea.]
Typical wreckage after crashing and then an engulfing fire
Typical wreckage from a crash without major fire.
Ground condition after low altitude crash
The story you're telling just doesn't add up...
Crash of AA 77 that went into a building and basically stayed intact. It didn't even hit the ground at a steep angle because there would have been
MAJOR damage to the ground. No pieces to identify the plane can be found.
Planes do not dissolve on impact (except in this case)
Black boxes stay intact at crashes far, far worse than this.
There's no explanation for a dissolving plane and flattened and burned CVR.
The wings didn't, as Viking guy pointed out, punch a perfect hole into the Pentagon and the hole isn't big enough for them to fit... so where are
they? They SHOULD be outside the building! But they're not because no airplane actually hit the Pentagon that day.
[edit on 1-2-2010 by Thermo Klein]