In Google Earth, I managed to start the English language version, and found that the function that resets the satellite view back to the original
setting of straight to the center of the earth, of a true perpendicular camera view, can be found by clicking View, Reset, Tilt and Compass.
Any distortions caused by moving your map around, are corrected back again to the true perpendicular view, when used.
This is a 2/1/2011 GE snapshot with my 61:20° = 61.20° AA 77 attack angle deducted from the FDR drawn in it as a yellow line :
This is the same angle drawn, but on a historical 9/7/2001 GE map :
The Heading function now also works correct, when I move around my yellow Ruler line, it gives a value of 241.20° which is equal to a 61.20°
opposite heading (to true north) on my plastic graduated arc, when the line starts at the fifth window at column 14.
That impact point its GE positional data are to be seen at the center bottom, since I held my squared-ruler-line-pointer at the impact point when
taking my screenshot from this 2001 GE Map. The impact point lays beside the fifth window up north, from the about 1 meter protruding and quite long
part of the west wall.
Elevation above sea level at that impact point is 31 meters. The eye altitude of the satellite camera's lens is 1.12 km. Imagery Date: 9/7/2001.
Still, that 61.20° yellow attack path line which is a depiction of the center fuselage beam of AA 77, crosses over the west side of that huge traffic
board, and over the northern corner of the diesel tank/generator trailer.
And that certainly does not fit the damage to the 5 downed light poles, and we see no obviously cut-down by AA 77's left wing, VDOT camera mast
beside that traffic board.
Which event is a result of a very low pass-over by AA 77 over the traffic board, if not low enough, it would not cut any of the 5 downed light
And it surely does not fit the gouge damage on the generator trailer roof, since the yellow line/AA 77's belly, passes over the north trailer corner.
The right jet engine will cut through the adjacent trailer in such case. And that one is undamaged as can be seen in all my posted photo's.
All the earlier fuzz about the exact attack line angle is based on a very strange effect on all these GE maps.
When I use my big 30/60/90° triangle and lay its 60/90° side against the top protruding side of my exactly square cornered screen, then its 30/90°
side is a perfect north-south line. When I use my plastic graduated arc then against that north-south side of my triangle, with the arc's center
point exactly at the impact point, and its 360/0° and 180/0° lines exactly over my triangles 30/90° side, then my yellow 61.20 GE line is covered
by the 63.5° value on my graduated arc. Not by the 61.2 value on my arc. That's a 2.3 error. That's a significant error which should not occur.
I have no explanation yet for such a significant error between my physical measuring which offers a 63.5° value, and GE its digital measuring showing
a 241.20° = 61.2° heading angle.
Again, Vin Narayanan could not have stood jammed in a traffic jam on Route 27 under that huge traffic signs board 50 meters in front of the Pike
He said there were no trees where he stood.
There are three huge trees beside that board-! And two trees on the opposite side of the road.
Phone him and don't forget to tell him this fact.
He still could have stood under the 61.2° yellow line, but at the spot about 50 meter north of the Pike Overpass bridge. That's the only spot where
he then stands under AA 77's flight path, but not under an "overhanging" exit sign. And the plane did not "come straight at him" at that spot,
but at a sharp angle from behind him. He could never have seen it first out of his window, there at that spot, he would have seen it first when it
already had passed over his car.
The most logical spot, based on all of Vin's printed words and his spoken words from the Jeff Hill phone interview, is the point where the South
Parking exit lane to Route 27, enters Route 27. The first longitudinal white spot in my above 7/9/2001 GE map. It's also the spot where a small exit
sign on a pole stood, there where the short exit lane to the Mall and River Entrances begins. Which closely passes the two trees in front of the Heli
This is the spot where an Indian looking man sits in a dark green Pick Up. Already in place to exit Route 27 to his USA Today office up north.
And also a tall man is standing on the road while using a hand-phone.
Vin said he left his car and borrowed a hand-phone from some one else to phone his mother that he was well.
So, which one is Vin?
Ask him by telephone, Facebook chat or per his Email address.
NOTE 6 :
All the above text is a lost cause, when the impact point turns out to be much further north. Many , many windows further north.
Show me wrong, please.
I want to sleep in peace again in the world I knew from before the two Kennedy and Martin Luther King killings. And before WW II.
It were more reasonable times, not like these totally crooked and greedy times.
We were mostly satisfied with what we had and could become.