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The Pentagon: How does a 757 fit into a 16 foot hole and leave no wreckage outside the building?
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[quote:bendinglight:MV8yMDUyMTU4XzM0NDkxNjQ2X0ZENUQxQTcx] [quote:Anonymous Coward 23223519:MV8yMDUyMTU4XzM0NDkxNDcxXzRCOTAwODdG] [quote:Anonymous Coward 1507542:MV8yMDUyMTU4XzM0NDg5NDA1X0ZCNjg1QkZF] [quote:Anonymous Coward 24518639:MV8yMDUyMTU4XzM0NDg4NjM1XzZCN0RCQjM2] Not that you will believe it, but there was a recreation filmed of the crash that shows the plane being pulverized in the crash hence very little wreckage. I will see if I can find it. BUT, I know you will discredit it so, why bother. [/quote] Exactly, don't bother. Those of us that can think critically and rationally will not accept a Popular Mechanics/ History Channel, National Geo recreation. Thanks anyways pal. [/quote] Yea Purdue University did a ""simulation"" of one of the twin tower plane impacts. It just shows the plane flying into the building. It was supposed to be based on realistic physics, but you can see parts of the plane clipping through steel beams all over the place. When faculty at Purdue was confronted about it, they basically admitted that it wasn't based on any real physical parameters. They just took the official report and built an animation that conformed to it. That Purdue video was spammed around the internet for years, though.. "debunking" the people who were skeptical that planes could melt through steel skyscrapers. [/quote] This thread is about the Pentagon with the tiny hole btw [/quote]
What does it take for people to wake up and ask questions about what is happening in plain sight?
Why isn't the damage of the pentagon even similar to the damage of the twin towers?
Where are the people that were on the planes? This is insane!
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