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WHICH IS IT!!? It can't be both! Either your fantasy missile hit the generator and blew up, or it hit the building and blew up (in one single direction so all pillars were damaged in the same way -- there was NO internal blast damage to the right of the impact area like a bomb or missile would do). If it did hit the building, what hit the generator? If the Global Hawk hit the generator and not the missile, what smashed the facade of the building for over 120 feet long? If the global hawk did that, what hit the generator? How can you explain this Slank? How can the missile be in two places at once? You cannot alter reality to suit your purpose! I am waiting for your intelligent response. I'll give you a couple days to gather your evidence that solves these 2 issues. If you manage to come up with a solution, I'll have a few more to ask. But I assure you, there is no way in hell a missile and a Global Hawk did all that directional damage to the Pentagon and the generator outside.
Originally posted by slank The missile may be what hit the generator on its separate flight path, It also is what is responsible for all the damage other than the initial face impact of the global hawk. [edit on 4-7-2005 by slank]
Good point. Now, please explain how the Global Hawk (which has a top speed of 404mph at altitude [that means it can't fly 404mph near the ground where the air is more dense]) can get from there to the wall in the time required. In order for this to happen, based on the length of a Global Hawk and it's supposed position in the frame, it would have had to be travelling at over 650mph (this has been shown numerous times in the past). Please do explain. [edit on 4-7-2005 by CatHerder]
Originally posted by slank . The video, however imperfect it may be, certainly appears to be an actual video of the real-time event. [edit on 4-7-2005 by slank]
Wahhhhh? So what did they do with over 300 people from 3 flights? How did they manage to "fool" airport staff into thinking the actual pilots (people who show up to work each day and are known by other staff members who talk to them every day) were not replacements? Or, how did they manage to convince 4 flight crews to follow some master plan of deception? How many people would it take to carry over 60 bodies into an office building where actual live people are working? How many people would it take to carry in all the parts of the wreckage into an office building where actual live people are working? How would they do the above 3 things without being seen? How would they perpetrate this in front of the Pentagon security staff? How many people are involved in flying a Global Hawk? Where did the Global Hawk come from? The Air Force says all are accounted for. When did the Global Hawk get large enough and fast enough to be an attack craft and not a high altitude "glider" like it is designed to be? (source: www.northropgrumman.com) When did the Global Hawk get larger than a private plane? Does this really appear to be a large aircraft to you? Seriously? (click for large version) Do you even know what a Global Hawk looks like in comparison to the side of the Pentagon? Do you even know how many Global Hawks were in existence on September 11th, 2001? On April 20, 2000, Global Hawk Air Vehicle No. 4 deployed to Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., to participate in two exercises that included its first trans-oceanic flight to Europe, and first mission flown in one theater of operations while under control from another. (source) That's the 4th Global Hawk made (April 20th 2000) A Global Hawk unmanned aerial vehicle, the sixth to be produced for Northrop Grumman Corporation's high-altitude, long-endurance reconnaissance system, successfully completed its first flight Tuesday, April 23, 2002. The air vehicle took off from Northrop Grumman's final assembly facility in Palmdale, Calif., and landed four hours and 27 minutes later at the Birk Flight Test Center at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif. The UAV reached an altitude of approximately 61,000 feet during the flight.(source) So, as of April 23, 2002 Northrop Grumman had built a total of SIX Global Hawk aircraft. That's the sixth Global Hawk to roll out of production and do some tests. How hard do you think it was for the Air Force to account for the other 5 of them? Seriously, if a Global Hawk was used, that's one out of 5 in existence at that time. But wait, really only six as of April 23, 2002? No, actually only 4... As of March 2002 the Air Force inventory consisted of three Global Hawk Air Vehicles. Of the six that had been built, three were lost in mishaps.
Originally posted by slank also by automating as much as possible that lowers the number of conspiritors that have to be involved. [edit on 4-7-2005 by slank]
Two edits and I still didn't get anything out of it.
Originally posted by SiberianTiger Howard when has ANYONE in the U.S. or the WORLD EVER once "PROOVED" THESE ARTICLes wrong?!! are YOU saying RIGHT HERE ON ATS that The NY Times didn't report on Sept 15, 2001 that Paul Wolfowitz said "The Pentagon was tracking the Plane that crashed into Pennsylvania and could have shot it down" many are wondering if they could shot that plane down "why in sam hill didn't they shoot down the plane that crashed into the Pentagon then uh?" I"ll (SiberianTiger) tell you why the U.S. Gov it's self remote controlled that Aircraft (what ever type it was) into the Pentagon THATS WHY!! Howard you are either "HIGHLY misinformed about these article supposedly being debunked, or your a "DISinformationalist. so prover your case buddy YOUR the one that stated these articles were disproved, SHOW US!!!!!!!! [edit on 4-7-2005 by SiberianTiger] [edit on 4-7-2005 by SiberianTiger]