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Yep, too bad. Let me ask you this - if I dropped the power supply unit out of plane at, say, 20,000 feet and that hankerchief, which is more likely to be found in one piece on the ground and why?
Originally posted by thedman
reply to post by purplemer
So explain how objects survived breakup of space shuttle COLUMBIA which disintergrated at speed of
12,000 mph and altitude of 200,000 ft
Debris was found spread over 3 states - yet were able to recover video tapes, notebooks and even a science
experiment with dish of small worms still alive
Im not trying to explain anything,just that the aboveposter made an incorrect analogy.
Nothing was dropped from the plane as the post inferred.
Instead the plane crashed into the ground. I dont have the answers, but I do have questions.
For example, how did the apparent plane that flew into the pentagon manage to mostly vapourize. (The first time in aviation history.)
Yet they removed paper passports from it and human DNA samples.
The wings of the plane are for most part titanium, you try melting titanium with jet fuel....