posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 12:41 PM
Originally posted by ATH911
OK then, let's here your interpretation of the ONLY
unearthing of debris photo. (But do it on a different thread because we are going off-topic)
No, actually, my answer to you is also relevent to the thread- there was a LOT more going on at the crash site than simply what was shown in
photographs. The third dimension didn't cease to exist outside of the boundaries of those photos- there were things going on to the left, right, and
behind the guy taking the photo. You're making your estimate on the tiny sliver of window shown in the photos just as the OP is basing his claims on
the tiny sliver of window shown by the recovered passenger remains.
That's irrelevant. The photo shows what it shows and I'm analyzing what's shown on the photo and everything about that engine piece in that
photo suggests it was never buried there, but they just staged the photo to make you think they just unearthed it.
Analyzing it based upon what experience, exactly? If you have no background in crash site forensics, you'll have absolutely no idea what looks
normal and what does not. In short, you're making stuff up.
pay off armies of witnesses
Stop lying. We've never suggested that.
No, actually, you ARE saying that, whether you come out and actually say it or not. Noone can do what you're accusing them of doing without a huge
support infrastructure. What, you think two or three guys can carry an aircraft engine out in the middle of nowhere in their back pocket?