reply to post by thedman
You mean to tell me exploding jet fuel that impacts the soft porous ground that was supposedly at Shanksvill is going to have the exact same effect as
exploding jet fuel that impacts a rock cliff face?
So the fireball that lept up only lit the tree's on fire, and not the yellow (dry looking) grass?
How come fire + jet fuel + grass = no burnt marks on the grass.......
All we see is a smoking crater..
So now you are going to claim like the 350 mile speed difference was not a considerable factor in determining the amount of plane debris remaining?
Even tho you refuted my example because the angle, and speed were different? I am starting to see how you operate......
Please take your time, and go back to watch the video I provided of the crash you are using to defend yourself. As I have shown there was debris
field that spanned quite a distance, and all of this was caught on camera.
Strange that there was no debris field caught on camera by all the news choppers hovering around shanksvill.They had more than enough time to talk to
all the "witnesses", but never once wanted to take some pictures of the CRASH SITE?? What reporter would NOT want pictures of the crash site
immediately, and as many as possible.
Strange how when Pan Am Flight 103 crashed, 11 Lockerbie residents were killed when the wings, still attached by a piece of fuselage, hit 13 Sherwood
Crescent at more than 500 mph and exploded, creating a crater (155 ft) long and with a volume of (730 yd³), vaporizing several houses and their
foundations, and damaging 21 others so badly they had to be demolished."
Does fuel just decide to change the way it burns from time to time?? Kind of like steel?? This plane lost its wing in mid flight, and the wing hit
the ground going over 500 miles per hour. It burned so intense that it disintegrated one wing of the aircraft. Yet the jet fuel at Shanksvill some
how magically left only a little burn mark in some tree's?
Never thought that maybe the fireball would ignite the grass on fire? Or was fire just unbelievably stubborn on 9/11, and decided it would change the
way it operates several time. Softening steel till giant buildings fell, and yet not being able to light grass on fire when a giant 200 foot fireball
ignites in Shanksvill?
Also if your fuel all aerosolized in Shanksvill what did it do Lockerbie? Some how it sure burnt there...