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What is not so obvious however is why proper video of the approach and impact was not released, to say that it doesn't exist is silly.
Simple-Video surveillance cameras are not movie cameras. Both mine run at 4 fps and that is much better than the ones installed around the Pentagon-they were 2fps. All they do is frame and mark time just like in 10,000s of convenience stores in North America. The still frames caught very little and what they did catch is in the National Archives and has been studied by both the media and academia and they show what you would expect from 2fps cameras-blurry images.
Well I don't think they just chose the wrong side, not sure how much of a coincidence it was that it was also the budget office that was hit. I think I have seen you in few of the missing, not stolen, 2.3 trillion threads but don't recall your stance on ita
originally posted by: Bassago
reply to post by Mamatus
Planes are remarkably fragile........ Slam one into the ground and all you have left is a black scorched spot and some unidentifiable debris.
I'm not and have never bought the "plane" crash into the Pentagon budget office story. When a plane crashes you have debris, wheels, engines, something.