How Many Ways Can We Show That UA175 Didn't Hit the WTC???
So says Boeing!
And here is a novel proof, using the official flight path study, that also says UA175 couldn't have hit the WTC. (Updated 9/23)
This video says the official 175 flight path report says UA175 flew 66 miles in its final 4.7 minutes-- which would be IMPOSSIBLE, as the plane would have had to be going over 800 mph.
However, because this claim is so important, I checked the facts in this second video, since I also have a copy of the official flight 175 flight path report (it can be downloaded here).
The people in the second video made a mistake, because while the official flight path map shows UA175 going over the letters KNJP*, the actual airport is NOT where the letters are, and in the map, the turn at "G" is only 49 miles from NYC-- NOT 66 miles.
However, this STILL presents a major problem for the official story, as to go 49 miles in 4.7 minutes means the plane would have to be going 10.4 miles per minute or 625 mph-- a ridiculous speed, since the maximum speed for a Boeing 767 is 568 mph.
Not to mention that the plane was descending 24,000 feet in this last 4.7 minutes-- thus officially going well over the maximum speed in progressively thicker air.
So officially-- we have a plane descending a mile a minute, significantly over the maximum possible speed for the aircraft-- ALL officially done by a pilot who has never flown this type of aircraft before-- and somehow he manages to steer the plane perfectly to hit precisely a very narrow target (the WTC south tower)?
This is simply preposterous!!!
Then, as shown above, we have the admission from Boeing that a 767 simply can't go over 500 mph near sea level.
Thus, the facts here should put to rest ALL DOUBTS about whether UA175 hit the WTC.
*Somewhat curiously, is that that KNJP, near where UA175 supposedly made its last turn, is the former Naval Air Warfare Center in Warminster, PA. This is another odd link between 9/11 and the Navy.