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But its probably an illusion that its so close to the explosion! my thought is that the paper has already flown way closer tot the cam... But its only an illusion that the paper flies so close!
Originally posted by XxiTzYoMasterxX
Piece of paper???Are you kidding me?Didn't you see how big that "piece of paper" was?Did you see how the "paper" floated perfectly straight even though there is an explosion taking place?The paper is not affected by the explosion at all.And the "plane" flew right INTO IT.Yet the "paper" seems to keep on going even though a "plane" has crashed into it.
It's not a piece of paper...so what is it?
Originally posted by AngryAngel84
I'm not sure where these videos came from; meaning witnesses, media, or both. But I do find it odd that ALL of the footage (media-wise) was very poor quality. Anyone else think that's kinda odd? One of the biggest stories of American history, and ALL the actual plane footage is crappy? I think they need more funding! Heh.
Originally posted by weedwhacker
NOT a "laser". Piece of paper. This has been discussed countless times, already.
Here it is again, the video you 'thought" shows a "laser":
Oh, and BTW --- about laser targeting. YOU CAN'T SEE THEM!!! And, they "pulse":
Another military use of lasers is as a laser target designator. This is a low-power laser pointer used to indicate a target for a precision-guided munition, typically launched from an aircraft. The guided munition adjusts its flight-path to home in to the laser light reflected by the target, enabling a great precision in aiming. The beam of the laser target designator is set to a pulse rate that matches that set on the guided munition to ensure munitions strike their designated targets and do not follow other laser beams which may be in use in the area. The laser designator can be shone onto the target by an aircraft or nearby infantry. Lasers used for this purpose are usually infrared lasers, so the enemy cannot easily detect the guiding laser light.
Can we finally put the "laser" to bed,now??