posted on Apr, 18 2012 @ 01:05 PM
reply to post by yeahright
I can go to any airport in the country and stand on a spot where there's no plane. Is that first hand knowledge that no plane ever occupied
that spot? Would it be first hand knowledge that no plane was there the previous day?
That isn't a fair comparison. If you were tasked with picking up the pieces of that plane the very next day, and you couldn't find any pieces I
think it says an awful lot more than what you are comparing it too.
Now, as others have claimed, the OP could be making up the whole thing. That would be a fair critique. How do we know he was there at all? But, if
he was there, the next day, and he did have the clearance he says he had, and he did work specifically in the task of clearing and collecting debris,
then it is certainly a first-hand account!
Have you ever been to a plane crash site? I have. Three separate times where I was early on the scene. Two of the times were small aircraft where I
was a witness to the crash. One was an icing incident where a plane went down literally across the street from my house, and due to the full throttle
of the engine trying to overcome the effects of the icing, we had plenty of warning and were standing outside and watched it crash! The other time
was a small plane that run out of fuel and crashed on the intersection in front of where I worked. The third crash was a FedEx 727 that clipped trees
on its approach into Tallahassee and crash-landed short of the runway. All three times the planes were readily visible! Two of the crashes had fires
so intense you could feel them from several blocks away! Even after the intense fire, the planes were easily recognizable for many days, and many
pieces of the planes were entirely intact.
If there was a plane, and if he was on site the following day, he would have seen the plane. Just my opinion of course.