posted on Aug, 12 2010 @ 03:51 PM
Originally posted by Alfie1
reply to post by getreadyalready
If you haven't heard of witnesses who saw a plane hit the Pentagon I cannot imagine where you have been looking :-
OK, I have read through all of your link, and some of them say it was coming in low and level (other links claim that light poles were knocked down by
the plane as well, even though there are photos of the poles down several days earlier). Some of them say the plane was coming in "head first."
But most of them just say that they heard a blast and a giant explosion, and they ran outside to see billowing smoke.
For the record, kerosene does not explode on impact. Neither does it burn white hot, or with enough velocity to create a shockwave. The impact would
have sent a shockwave through the building, but there would have been none on the street away from the building.
Do any of these quotes sound like a plane hit....or a missile?
Many report that "the blast literally rocked all of our cars." "The room filled with this real bright light." "Bomb! the Gulf War vet
immediately thought as he was knocked down." "It exploded. I fell to the ground and covered my head." "The car moved a foot to the right when
the shock wave hit." "I heard two loud booms - one large, one smaller, and the shock wave threw me against the wall," she said.Burgess, reporting
by telephone from the scene at about 4 p.m., said that five hours after the blast, still no one was able to get into the building. "
"But when I looked at the site, my brain could not resolve the fact that it was a plane because it only seemed like a small hole in the
building," he said. "No tail. No wings. No nothing."
How about this one:
John Bowman, a retired Marine lieutenant colonel and a contractor, was in his office in Corridor Two near the main entrance to the south parking
lot. "Everything was calm,' Bowman said. "Most people knew it was a bomb. Everyone evacuated smartly. We have a good sprinkling of military people
who have been shot at."
Just saying. Pentagon personnel should be the first to know what happened, and they said, and I quote, "BOMB!"
How about this from your linked site:
Soon after the crash (Within 30 seconds of the crash) I witnessed a military cargo plane (Possibly a C130) fly over the crash site and circle the
mushroom cloud. My brother inlaw also witnessed the same plane following the jet while he was on the HOV lanes in Springfield. He said that he saw a
jetliner flying low over the tree tops near Seminary RD in Springfield, VA. and soon afterwards a military plane was seen flying right behind it. I
think this was also a reason for the false threat of another plane about to crash which caused rescuers to have to evacuate for a short time after the
initial crash. I have done my research onthis and according to time magazine it took 24 minutes before Norad was supposedly notified about this
particuliar jet and fighters were scrambling to intercept at that time. Isn't it odd how there is Not a single mention of this aircraft in ANY of the
articles written about this crash?
I think we have plenty to be skeptical about. And as for the eyewitnesses, they either contradict themselves or each other, and most of them didn't
actually see the impact, they only saw a whir and an explosion. Several saw the jet fly over lowly with a C-130 following it, but very few, if any,
actually saw the impact.
[edit on 12-8-2010 by getreadyalready]