check this out. http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-8260059923762628848JohnLarkin said:Not compelling at all. They are only questioning the damage caused by the plane and they do not even state their credentials as crash site experts. If these nay-sayers can explain what happened to all the passengers that were on the supposed 757, then it might be compelling.
Poke around the internet, long enough, and you can find someone that's predicted something similiar to something's that's come true.Gothmog said:In 1997 The Project for the New American Century (neocon think tank)
pedicted that they needed another "pearl harbor" event to attack Iraq
" The outer walls of the Pentagon are made of solid granite and reinforced concrete. The portion of the building where the attack occurred was reinforced further a few months prior to the attack, including the installation of windows designed to withstand a powerful blast (similar to the Oklahoma City bombing), since that side of the building faces a major highway, so was thought to be the most likely target of a possible attack."quick231 said:I am not a conspiracy nut...but i have really wondered about this crash site. I have looked at number of the pictures from the site and thing that has amazed me is the lack of damage to the building from the wings, which were full of fuel and the engines. Maybe they did not have enough mass to cause damage, I don't really know, but alot of things about this crash site leave me wondering.
except all those F---face's from that particuliar Neocon think tank ended up in the Bush administration :dunno:Doc1of7 said:Poke around the internet, long enough, and you can find someone that's predicted something similiar to something's that's come true.