reply to post by WarminIndy
Did you read past the first post of the
. . .all those reporters would have to be involved in streaming the conspiracy videos.
I placed a link on that other thread ("Would God be Happy with me playing GTA?") to the particular post that explains my actual experience.
You seem to be arguing against a "No Planes" theory, which I do not support.
The important theory I am supporting is that the military detail in Battery Park that morning doing an anti-terrorism drill were videoing the second
plane that hit the south WTC tower, and it was being fed to W. through a local TV broadcast in Sarasota, Florida.
therefore it makes it
impossible for your scenario to work.
I am saying there was a real plane, just not one hijacked and flown by Arabs with box cutters.
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No, you stated on the other thread that YOU witnessed that there were no people on board the plane. The title of this thread is about how easy it is
to make a video of a plane crash.
What are you saying? Are you saying the videos were manipulated before, during or after the event? Which is it?
Well, if planes did hit it, then what? Someone flew the planes.
Now this leads and builds up theory upon theory. OK, so planes were used. Were they remote controlled? All four?
Now that's a pretty powerful remote control. Dude, people lose tiny remote control model airplanes all the time. The signal for the remote control
doesn't have that great a distance.
So who flew the planes?
Let me ask this, have you ever met a terrorist? Do you know how they think and how they conspire these grand schemes? Probably you have never met a
terrorist, so I am guessing you are kind of ignorant to how they think, as most of us don't know terrorists either.
Why is it hard to accept that Muslim Fundamentalists who would give their very lives for their cause would do such a thing? The Kamikazi pilots did
the same thing. They accomplished war with the biggest Navy in the world and almost won. They sank destroyers and aircraft carriers.
So think about it, if Kamikazi pilots didn't care for their lives over that of their emperor's ideas, what makes Muslim Fundamentalists less
I saw your video on youtube. What you have to understand when it comes to filming is that light is everything and distance is everything. If I have a
camera at a certain location but I am a little higher up than someone else taking a video of the same thing, we will get two different perspectives.
High angle, low angle. Those are two shots that every film student learns. Let's say I am on the 50th floor of a building filming, but a person on
the ground is filming the same event, they are going to get a high angle shot. The horizon line then makes the angles drastically different.
Let's do what every film and art student does. Let's draw a horizon line. Now let's draw dots as points in space. Now let's draw lines from those
dots across the plain. If you are drawing in high angle 3D, then your lines in which you draw an object will now be a different size than if you were
drawing from the horizon angle. That is called perspective.
Multiple angle images do not ever change perspective to accommodate a single angle. So you might see an object but it will always be in perspective to
the horizon line of the viewer. You can't then just go to another image and apply the angles from an horizon line that does not fit.
Perspective is set in stone and is dictated by the horizon line. You can't get around that one. What you had in your video was multiple horizon lines
from the images. Not any of them were the same horizon line. So therefore, you need to adjust to consider perspective.
Those planes did two things, they banked and the noses were not parallel to the ground, This changes the angles but does not change perspective. And
they were flying pretty fast. The assumption you are making is this, for your angles to work, those planes must have continued to fly with the horizon
line, parallel to the ground at all times. But they didn't.
So if you see an airplane that is beginning to descend and you take an image of that, it is going to be a completely different view than horizontal.
And planes to not ascend or descend in sharp angles, it actually is a curve.
Again, that changes perspective to the viewers, according to their horizon lines.