Airplane crash into pentagon - a fake? 3 replies

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10th April 2004

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#1 16 years ago

A friend of mine sent me a link to a very interesting flash movie. Just watch it and tell me what you think of it. I think, this movie shows the truth - the reasons will be obvious as you watch it IMHO...

El Hombre del Fuego

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#2 16 years ago

This is very interesting. We can not dismiss this completely, and the government surely would not want to admit one of it's missiles was stolen and used against it. The holes look like a bunkerbuster or something.

Whats with the Hitler-sounding speech at the start, though?


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#3 16 years ago

Oh, Christ.

We've already had this discussion!

Time to re-debunk until this thread is closed:

meOk, time for Mr. Air Force to come in and explain:

The 757 impacted the Pentagon. That's what the majority of witnesses saw, a commuter jet with twin engines. The 757 is a commuter jet with twin engines. It came in with a screaming, high-pitched sound. That's what 757s sound like! It ws going hundreds of miles per hour, which is why it seemed to be going so fast. It was! Why is there no airplane left? Simple. The 757 was not constructed out of materials that could survive an impact of that nature. The airplane hit so hard, and it exploded so hot, that it all fragmented or vaporized. The same thing goes for the WTC attacks. Tht's why the airplane didn't come out the other side, only a fireball.[/QUOTE]

me againThe plane did not go through all the five sections, only about the first; the fragments of the plane and the first section of the building and the ensuing fireball were what destroyed the remainder of the sections.[/QUOTE]

[QUOTE=duh]Also, missiles fly at a speed of 2 to 5 Mach. At the height discussed, that is an uncontrollable velocity in a metropolitan area.

[QUOTE=me]Ah, here's a good example of how the 757 was able to disappear, due to its fragility:

This is an MD-80 landing with a high rate of descent. Compare the violence of a rough landing to that of a plane crashing into a bulding.

So, the preponderance of evidence points to a plane. Ok?

Biggus Dickus Advanced Member

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#4 16 years ago