posted on Mar, 29 2011 @ 02:10 AM
Remember some of the impossible phone calls made from the 'doomed aircraft' on 9/11?
I'm quite tired of seeing this argument, as it is actually incredibly weak. To be clear, I do think that 9/11 was an inside job (and an outside job
as well), but those phone calls were not "impossible". I say this as a nationally certified ham radio technician, and as someone with a couple of
years of technical work at a radio station. That certainly doesn't make me an omniscient expert on the subject, but I do know enough about how radio
waves work to know that seemingly remarkable connections happen all the time. With the right atmospheric conditions, radio operators thousands of
miles apart can actually talk to one another even if the direct line between them is blocked by the curvature of the earth.
tl;dr: there are lots of variables which come in to play when communicating via cell phone or radio, so it isn't truthful to flat out state that
those calls were absolutely impossible