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Monday, September 03, 2007

Engine Deflection in Hezarkhani Video?

Why are the ENGINES the only part of the plane that is noticeably being deflected here upon collision with the thick steel outer columns of the tower????



You might recall starboard engine was officially the only significant part of this plane to penetrate all the way through the tower.



UPDATE: According to this diagram, a large section of fuselage and a landing gear (which we've never seen a picture of) also flew out of the north face exit hole along with the engine.

5 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why are the ENGINES the only part of the plane that is noticeably being deflected here upon collision with the thick steel outer columns of the tower????

we do not see the engines being deflected - whatever those weird puffs are supposed to depict, it is not deflection.
while the center shaft of the jet engine and the motor mounts might be some of the more sturdy components of a real 767, the turbine blade fan and the fuel injection system and the shroud that surrounds the entire engine are all very brittle and would certainly not defeat the massive hardened steel perimeter box columns of a wtc.
in fact, unless the center shaft of the engine miraculously hit exactly between 2 columns and also between 2 spandrel plates they would not penetrate into the wtc either - they are not armour piercing projectiles, and would shatter.

12:18 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

""You might recall starboard engine was officially the only significant part of this plane to penetrate all the way through the tower.""

where it somehow miraculously landed underneath a scaffold that was there before 9/11 even started.
and as if that wasn't unlikely enough, the engine under the scaffold was a CFM56, the sole powerplant of the Boeing 737, not a 767.
9/11 was an obvious inside job.

1:49 AM  
Blogger frank said...

http://911research.wtc7.net/mirrors/guardian/WTC/fig-2-18.jpg

This is an alleged photo of the landing gear found at West and Rector streets.

It is worth noting that the location where it wound up- like the CFM58 engine- was coincidentally underneath some scaffolding placed around a building under construction/repair. You can clearly see the crossbracing behind it.

Actual landing gear-

http://internetdetectives.biz/images/case1/hubwithlandinggear.jpg

12:01 PM  
Blogger frank said...

CFM56, I stand corrected.

12:02 PM  
OpenID JazzAlternative said...

Yeah, this is all great but if someone can prove beyond a doubt that the engine is a CFM 56 then you have a smoking gun. So far no one on-line in my research has done that. It's all hype spinning one way or the other - no one wants to put the two together and find clarity. What are we really hiding (from)? Now is it a CFM 56 or not?

9:59 AM  

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