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Saturday, August 05, 2006

Houston, We Have A Problem

Tried to match this shot from the "Blue plane" video:

Flight Sim simulation-- the key was getting the plane the right size:

I used the distance between the engines, which is slightly larger than the east (lighter) face of the WTC south tower, to get the plane the right size.

There's only one problem:


The plane is going past the tower!

This means the plane is either:
1) not a 767 (though what would look like a bigger version of a 767?)
2) the plane was a poorly proportioned CGI model

The possibility that the Flight Sim 767 is not proportioned properly to the WTC is ruled out by this image:

The Flight Sim 767 is exactly the right size for the eventual hole that was produced in the south tower wall.

Of course, the 767-shaped silhouette entry hole in itself is evidence in itself that there was no 767 that hit the building.

The video mistake shown here merely confirms this fact.

3 Comments:

Anonymous jha said...

The plane is going past the tower!

oh imagine how much damage the aluminum left wingtip would have done to the entire east side of the wtc2 like that - it would've sliced right thru all the perimeter columns like a hot knife thru butter! well, on that day of magic anyway.

3:12 AM  
Anonymous shep said...

ok... so here and here the plane has not moved and only the camera position has shifted?

8:37 AM  
Blogger Spooked said...

Shep-- yes.

9:09 AM  

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