Humint Events Online: Plane Crashes

Sunday, February 19, 2006

Plane Crashes

I found a couple of interesting plane crash videos on

This one, which used to be on the Sandia website but was taken off, shows a how a jet going 500 mph completely disintegrates when it smashes into a concrete wall. It was supposed to be a test of the shell of a nuclear reactor-- to make sure a plane couldn't penetrate. The concrete wall is about three feet thick and the plane almost atomizes.

This one shows a jet crashing on the deck of an aircraft carrier as it tries to land and misses. The plane is going fairly fast but when it hits the edge of the aircraft carrier, the airframe lurches in the very next frame and the next frame after that, the plane breaks apart and the fuel ignites and explodes! This is quite unlike the "second hit" where the plane continues going into the building without seeming to realize that it has crashed at all! Moreover, with this aircraft carrier clip, the jet's body clearly lurches and changes direction in one frame. It is not as though the top part of the jet slices cleanly away from the rest of the plane and keeps going in the same path-- as some would have us believe would happen if a plane hit the steel beams of a building.

Bottom line: no real jet airplane hit the second WTC tower on 9/11. Videos that show the plane gliding smoothly into the tower are fakes.


Blogger PerpetualYnquisitive said...

Any chance of uploading those clips to or some other hosting service that let's users download the files rather than this lame streaming shit like gooflevideo, putfile, etc.?

12:30 AM  
Blogger Spooked said...

I suppose I could, but I am no computer jock and need to learn how to do that, which might take too much time.

I'll look into it!

1:06 PM  
Anonymous pinch said...

This is really getting tiring. Once again you have waded into an area you have no clue about, stating a conclusion based on ignorance.

>The plane is going fairly fast

Normal approach speed for a F9F Panther such as the one you linked to (incidentally, the pilot of that aircraft, CDR George Duncan, walked away from that crash - on the carrier MIDWAY, July 23, 1951) would probably be around 125 knots. The engine it had, a single Pratt & Whitney J-48-P-6 turbojet, only provided 7,000 lbs of thrust. Thus, your comment of "the plane is going fairly fast" is one spoken out of ignorance.

The flight deck of an aircraft carrier is made of highly strengthened HY100 steel, designed to protect the ship from cruise missiles and other anti-ship weapons. A F9F landing weight would probably be around 12,000 lbs - so you have a 12,000 aircraft flying at 125 knots hitting solid HY100 steel compared to a 200,000 lb airliner traveling at 450 knots hitting a building. Hardly the comparison I think you were looking for with this silly post.

But keep it up!

9:48 PM  
Anonymous Rob said...

i'm now convinced that an outdated, weak computer is responsible for the completely IGNORANT postings that supposedly come from a 'Human' called "pinch".

they're almost Comical at this point.

it's the ONLY thing that could explain the waste that passes for his/her "logic".

2:35 AM  
Blogger PerpetualYnquisitive said...

Spooked, keep up the great work. BTW, I think that you may on the verge of converting pinch, else why would he 'waste' time reading your blog and making posts if he really believed USAma bin Oswald was responsible. I suspect that his faith in the Official Fairy Tale is wavering, that is why he keeps repeating it, as that is the only way to give the propaganda credibility.

I believe in Santa Claus. I believe in the Easter Bunny. I believe in the Tooth Fairy. I believe in He$camYouWell Bold$cheme's guilt. (Props to Greg Nixon)

P.S. "The flight deck of an aircraft carrier is made of highly strengthened HY100 steel, designed to protect the ship from cruise missiles and other anti-ship weapons."

I thought the biggest military danger any ship faced was from the threat of torpedoes, which hit the sides of the ship, not the top of the upper deck.
Besides that USAma bin Oswald doesn't have or even need cruise missiles, as he can simply have an old, tugboat packed with explosives ram into American Navy vessels, for the U.S. Navy isn't very good at protecting its assets or 'human resources'.

Remember the Maine and Pearl Harbour and the Cole.

7:44 AM  
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