Sunday, December 23, 2007

Unexpected Wing-Tip Explosions for "UA175"--

Screen captures from the Michael Hezarkhani "Ghostplane" video. Yellow arrow indicates the "wingtip" and where it struck the tower.

Capture A:

Capture B:

Capture C:

Capture D:

Capture E:

Capture F:

Capture G:

Why is the fragile wingtip, which contains no fuel, producing an explosion at all?

The round smoke puff that appears in capture F just to the left of the arrowhead is particularly odd.

If this was deflected debris, we should see it occurring in Capture C. Instead we see a large puff of explosion where the wingtip goes in-- a puff that merges with the larger center explosion.

There's ALSO that weird explosion that occurs much lower down from the wing--away from EVERYTHING!