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Saturday, September 22, 2007

How Many Ways Can We Show That UA175 Didn't Hit the WTC???

A Boeing 767-200 can't fly 500 mph at an altitude of 700 feet!!!
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.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey wait a minute -
the govt told us that ua175 hit wtc2 @ 500+ mph and the media actually showed us images of this 767 traveling at that speed, and the govt's version of this plane's flightpath has the thing travelling at 800+ mph.
and now boeing reveals that a real 767 cannot possibly go that fast?
hmmm. this means that the govt lied about what hit wtc and the media used fake videos to help promote and perpetuate this lie.

isn't that correct, sword_of_"truth"?
stick that right up your damned JREF!
h is for ha.

10:44 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Now the following may be coincidence, or part of the wider conspiracy I have detailed elsewhere.

But "G" is perhaps the main letter of the Freemasons, and 66 [miles] is the next integer multiple of their beloved 33.

Anonymous Physicist

7:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't taze me, Bro!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

9:31 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jesus, you are one funny fuck, Spooky! Dumb as a clod of dirt, but I LOVE your DU posts - I have *never* seen anyone put themselves up to such ridicule *over and over and over* again as you do.

Once again you are caught, in your underwear, wearing a towel around your neck, playing an aeronautical engineer.

"Max cruising speed" you seem to think is the FASTEST a plane can go. Really? Is that *really* what "Max cruising speed" is?

You are so fucking stupid you're funny.

2:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey 2:45, what the fuck are you talking about?
boeing itself says that a 767 cannot go that speed at that altitude.
shut the fuck up moron!

10:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said... what hit the towers then? A different plane? Please expand upon this.

5:55 PM  
Blogger pomeroo said...

The conspiracists imagine that a plane coming out of a 24,000-ft. power dive was "cruising."

Invincible ignorance.

11:26 AM  

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