posted on Apr, 7 2012 @ 06:55 PM
Actually, there was more debris found after the Columbia burned up on entry and fell to earth than what they found at the Pentagon and Pennsylvania
sites combined. They actually found some living worm larvae or something similar, (can't recall) in pitri dishes that were being taken up for
experiments...weeks after the disaster.
Furthermore, they found numerous body parts; arms, legs, even a human heart, when they did large scale sweep.
But, I don't need all that evidence; the Pentagon is evidence enough. A tin can cannot neatly burrow through nine feet of steel reinforced concrete
and leave a nice, round 14" hole on the other side, and yet NOT A SIGN of what left that hole. Also, since the wings of the planes that hit the twin
towers cut through those steel columns like butter, why didn't they at least leave a nice, silhouette on the Pentagon? No, we are expected to believe
they neatly folded back and entered through that same hole. My question is, if they folded back, ie. detached from the plane, what were they held on
by while they smashed their way through the building? The spars that attach them to the body of the plane are near the center of the wing, not the
Also, the hole that the plane left would only be the size of the plane. The width of the wings at the body of the plane must be at least 12' wide,
adding 24' to the width of the hole necessary to accommodate the wings. Then, they would have to be firmly attached to the plane in such a way that
they too could crash through the 24" outer wall.
There are simply to many implausible, unanswered questions.