posted on Jun, 24 2012 @ 11:47 AM
The pen- a - gone jet one is weird, here's why. I seen an airliner specialist talking on a youtube video about this. He has been working on major jets
for ages. He understands all there flight capabilities. And what he said was that a jumbo jet simply can't fly narrowly above the ground like that.
Sure a jet can land, so it's got it's landing gear down, enginees drawn back to a minimal thrust, flapps completely down, but even then think about
this where's the nose of the jumbo jet? Way way up? Like 5 stores higher than the rest of the jet. That way the back landing gear hit first, then the
front comes down. So do you see how different that is than a Jet flying 100 % horizontally to the ground?
Jumbo jets can't fly 100% horizontally along the ground. The reason is that there's some kind of air pressure bubble that would happen just below the
jet and the ground. Something to do with physics that guy was saying. He said that the Jet simply can't fly like that in real life. The air pressure
between the ground and the belly of the jet would be too high. The minimum cealling of these jets is like 100 ft or something for actual flight. Also
there's no debree of the jet. There would be jet parts everywhere if that was a jet.
Also one other thing. This has to do with all the jets. They were 767's if I got it right. A 767 I believe is equipt with a computer system that
doesn't allow the pilot to do certain things. It won't allow the pilot to fly directly into a high rise building. It won't allow the pilot to fly the
jet too low to the ground. Like you drop the plane and at 1000 ft something kicks in and says Mimimum ceiling reached. This isn't a crop duster that
you can do whatever you want with it. The computer system is designed to take over in many cases. Like if a pilot has a heart attack. The plane can
make it to the destination and even land itself if it doesn't get a responce from the pilot. Google that if you don't believe me. Most jumbo jets land
themselves, especially in bad weather. In good weather the pilot will land it manually in order to practice a manual landing so that if the computer
ever fails they can land it manually. So all this stuff about people flying planes into buildings I think is complete BS.
Like if we saw the jet land into the pent gone that's one thing. But it didn't it flew in as they claim. So it wasn't a jet. It likely was a dummy
missile. Then a charge set off inside the building.
edit on 24-6-2012 by r2d246 because: fdf