posted on Nov, 27 2013 @ 06:35 AM
The biggest problem for truthers is the use of 'buzzwords' or phrases that to them, are evidence, when in reality they are nothing at all.
Another good example is "exercise drills" that were planned for that day, and to them, seem like rock solid proof-however, when ask about the
"exercise drills" they know absolutely nothing about the real event. All they know is it means is complicity in a massive Bush conspiracy for
The National Reconnaissance Office is a top secret facility that houses all the controls and maintains the CIA's spy satellites. How many are they?
that is anyone's guess although most think it's 10 or so.
Around 30 times a year they have exercises to simulate various dangers to the facility. The particular exercise that day was a simulation that a
military plane, about the size of a C-130 would miss the runway at Dulles airport-4 miles away-bank sharply then accidentally fly into the complex.
The director of the simulation team John Fulton, and a team drawn from the CIA and unknown others from our allies began the preliminary sequences but
stopped them once the FFA grounded all air travel.
What truthers don't understand that this was nothing but a paper exercise and there were no planes or anything in real time-it was just a computer
simulation to test efficiencies of redundant hardware.
Yet they latch on to this as some kind of massive Bush conspiracy, mainly because they are not interested in facts, or explanations of any kind-just
buzzwords like "exercise drills"
The NRO is not even part of the military-they are funded by the NSA.