Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Odds and Ends

The power-down described by Scott Forbes was probably when the second hit ruse was set-up. Plane parts planted, fuel bomb planted, on the unoccupied floor 83.

The angle of attack of the second hit was carefully designed so it would be AWAY from where the first plane hit. News cameras not in on the plot would primarily by focused on the north face of the north tower, where the hit was. The second hit officially came from the south, so there was less chance of random cameras getting it. Only news people in the know, also helicopters would be set-up to view the south approaching hit.

Dark flitting shapes in distant footage probably show the missile.

Close-up footage is all fake.

Friday, January 13, 2006

Some good posts by Killtown showing the Ghostplane phenomenon well:

Here and here.

And I got this picture from Webfairy:


Sunday, January 01, 2006

Just one plane used on 9/11?

Let's postulate that no real plane hit any target, and the building and ground damage was all done by bombs and missiles (and perhaps various high-tech gizmos), with sprinkled in plane parts.

Certainly it might be useful to have a plane flying near the targets, giving eyewitnesses and earwitnesses some idea that real planes were part of the attack.

The key idea here is that just ONE PLANE, say a Boeing 767 (perhaps Woody Box's extra flight 11) could have had time to mimic all four flights on 9/11. It could have first mimicked flight 11, but overflew the WTC, then in 15 minutes it could have doubled back to mimic flight 175-- then if it overflew the WTC again, it still would have easily been able to overfly the Pentagon at around 9:30-9:45, and then it could have trucked over to Shanksville easily in time for the plane sightings there around 10am!

I think this timing issue must mean something important about 9/11, but I'm not sure what...