Originally posted by sputniksteve
reply to post by JimOberg
Jim I think this has been all but proved a plane on ATS. Human_Alien told us last week he withdrew his stance and theory and was almost 100% certain
it was a false flag, Boondock Saint has submitted to the plane theory after apparently seeing the brown paint job on the plane after zooming in 350%.
I think backinblack is the last warrior of the missile theory, he is still waiting for a confirmation from the Government.
I am not trying to stop you from posting more evidence, just wanted to let you know the fight is pretty much over in case you hadn't already seen. =)
Well I can't help it that the information seems odd so far...
I'll look at it a different way then and see if someone can answer..
I'll assume it was Flight902..We have a clear flightpath with coordinates and times..
The first pic/video both show an almost vertical trail from where viewed..
We know the trail starts/appears over the horizon..
We know 902 was 160 miles away at time of first pic.
We know 902 at an altitude of 39000' would be visible from 240 miles.Further if you add altitude of the chopper..
Assuming it's 902 the above would be facts..
So, the trail when first viewed would be around 80 miles long, ie: about 12 minutes flight time..
Nothing to argue with the above as they are facts if it was flight 902..
Now a couple of questions...
1) Why did the trail stay reasonably vertical,even appearing to tend right, for the first 12 minutes.
Then in the sequence of stills taken over a much shorter time period, drift rapidly left/south?
The plane was at a constant altitude with steady winds..
2) Perspective is everything..Why did the trail lenghen at a much increased rate during the time the still pics were taken? Looking at the
Contrailscience mockup, the trail more than doubles in lengh over the 4 or so minutes the pics were taken. If my idea of perspective is not mistaken,
an object should appear to slow as it comes closer over the horizon, not speed up as these photos suggest..
It appears to accelerate during them stills....