posted on Jul, 15 2012 @ 07:48 PM
reply to post by TraitorKiller
At some point earlier in the thread, you linked to a GIF that depicts a 'seperating' shadow.
This is exactly what could be expected in this scenario - if it hasn't already been explained.
Have a look again at the GIF you linked, if you will.
Do you see the boddy falling? It is travelling very near the WTC. Just before the alleged 'shadow seperation' it is undeniable that the jumper makes
contact with the building. This is evidenced in the posture change, as-well-as trajectory change.
The images were not taking at a 0 or 90 degree angle. This angle greatly changes the view of the victim's free fall course.
The movement of the shadow perfectly mirrors the jumper, as they contact the wall and are pushed outward - away from WTC.
Coupling this knowledge with the understanding that the images were captured from an angle can give a strong foundation that supports proper physical
movement from both the jumper and his shadow.
Once again, as the jumper contacts the building in free fall, his momentum springs him away from the WTC by several feet. This sudden course change
happens at exactly the moment when the shadow starts to seperate and the entire time, stays within an acceptable range of movement to explain the
Man falls, shadow follows, man's course changes, man's shadow instantly and precisely changes...
Shadow did not seperate from it's owner... if anything, the GIF you linked refutes the claims of shadow seperation, with verifiable evidence -
evidence that, when compared to the 'shadow seperation theory', reveals a much higher percentage of probablity.