posted on May, 10 2010 @ 02:01 PM
In order to put this to rest for those paying attention, let me put forth a reason for the second plane seen passing over the pentagon. Lets say that
you wanted to make it appear that a 757 hit a building, so you first strike the building with a missile of some sort; you then would need to point at
something that actually did the damage; so you drop parts that are identifiable as belonging to an RB-211; except you cant drop the whole engine;
"Why you may ask?" well the answer is simple; all Rolls Royce Engines have numbers stamped on the inner shell casing just like the vin on your
automobile; if the Rb-211 were to be found mostly intact you would have a paper trail leading to the location of sale; buyer, the plane that it was
installed on and hence you would have the tail numbers of that plane; point in fact if you were trying to cover something up you would obviously make
sure any parts found were small enough to cover your tracks.
I find it interesting that the FAA always does a complete rebuild of the aircraft from wreckage found at the impact site; and when they have completed
their findings they always show pictures of this to the public, until 9/11? Why did the FAA change the standard protocol when dealing with the public?
The FAA does this usual publicity stunt to assure the public that not only did they find the cause of a crash but, to assure the public that it is
safe to fly. Now you will simply say well they did not need to perform this as the cause of the crash was obviously a deliberate impact; and I would
agree with your assumption but, the fact of the matter is the FAA would have had a reason to show these to the public to assure the public they were
doing everything in their power to find the people responsible; and to help the victims families rest easier knowing that someone in a government
capacity was doing something.
I would also ask "Why are there no photos of partially intact wing sections, partially intact cabin sections showing seats, partially intact tail
section with flight numbers, or any photos showing large cargo containers with which they use to house your luggage? They would simply like all of us
to believe that the major portions of a 757 simply was destroyed into its own impact Crater; this is not logical by any stretch of the imagination;
however small or large that maybe. The following are a few photos I thought would fit what I am talking about.
These two separate aircraft both were reported to have crashed at over 400 miles an hour.
This photo is my favorite as it makes me laugh every time I see this photo; you may ask "WHY'? is that so funny to you because, the compressor hub
(which is what is in the photo) of a RB-211 is 4'3" in diameter that is the hub without the fans attached (the overall size is 74.3"), now you
tell me why it is funny?
This is a photo of a very similar engine used in the Tomahawk; as you can see it is visibly smaller but, the diameter of the compressor hub is 27.4"
or 2.28'; you decided which is which.