they say this debunks the AZ studio moon landing...

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You're gonna totally get bitched out, it's happening, Will Smith or ...


This guy... William Smith.
Y'all know..
 

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Conspiracy theorists alternate between amusing me and pissing me off. Today I'm just going to go with amusing and let it be at that.

What's really funny is that I've heard of people denying that planes hit the WTC on 9/11/2001. Or that no plane hit the Pentagon, despite the fact that there are plenty of pieces of aircraft wreckage visible in the photos. Yes, they're smaller pieces, but the plane hit one of the most strongly built fortified buildings in the world. You'd expect big chunks to be left over after that?

American Airlines Flight 77 was a Boeing 757-223, N registry N644AA

N644AA American Airlines Boeing 757-200​


Manufacturer Serial Number (MSN) 24602

Line Number 365

Aircraft Type

  • Built as
  • Boeing 757-200

Age
10.4 Years

Production Site
Renton (RNT)

Airframe Status

  • Written Off

With a documented passenger manifest that is detailed here:



They're not phantom people, it wasn't a phantom airplane, get your head out of your butt.
Conspiracies have gone off the rails with the advent of the internet. Just remember sometimes they are true.
How about the spraying of St Louis by the government in the 60s or whatever.
They kept that covered up for awhile and still won't declassify some stuff.
Probably was radioactive as some say.
Just one example of what the gov. will do.

Or remember WMDs? lol
People ate that crap up

I believe some of the cameras were out of order that day (this seems odd, but I don't have a failure ratio on their CCTV systems). A petrol station captured the event on tape, and the tape was confiscated by the officials shortly after. That's perfectly logical, by the way. I do not believe it has been released yet. Three entire frames from the Pentagon's own CCTV have been released, though.

Pretty funny this is all we have.
Like you said- pretty piece a flying for somebody that had never flown a passenger jet!!



I worked at car dealerships with more cameras than the Pentagon? lol
 

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My neighbor who lives across the street from me is a retired Grumman (later Northrop-Grumman) engineer who worked on the Apollo program. If you want to see a man get mad, suggest to him that the moon landings were faked. He'll tell you some things. There's no question HE believes in the reality of them. I'll have to mention this to him and verify his role in the LEM Program. (Grumman built the lunar landers.)
 

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Look for that F-4 video. The only reason the wingtips of it were identifiable is because the concrete block was not quite as wide as the wingspan of the plane, so they sheared off and kept on going. The wingtips of a 757 would be obliterated on impact with the side of the Pentagon.
I saw the video what little they provided.
Lets agree larger wings would yield way more debris including visible damage 150 plus feet wide
Lets also agree that based upon the official “flightpath” that was no amateur pilot, if it was a plane
The damage and lack of debris of plane i question
 
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Whiskey-Tango-Foxtrot !

Theres an hour of my life that I'll never get back !

Some believe the moon landing was fake, yet some believe aliens are real. HAHA

BTW,
Bigfoot is far more plausible.

I don't know aliens are real but there's a strong chance that they exist.

I mean, scientists say that there are something like 300 million planets in the universe that could possibly support life.

We can't be the only planet with life. We really aren't that special, seriously, look at life here.
 

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Don't underestimate "amateur" pilots. The 757 is a very easy aircraft to fly, as are most modern passenger jets. They NEED to be stable, reliable, and have easy flight characteristics. Any coordinated person with a few hours of flight training could do a good job of flying a plane into a fixed target with plenty of time to get lined up on it. It's not as hard as you might think.
 

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I don't know aliens are real but there's a strong chance that they exist.

I mean, scientists say that there are something like 300 million planets in the universe that could possibly support life.

We can't be the only planet with life. We really aren't that special, seriously, look at life here.
agreed. no way in hell we are the mose intellegent beings out there. no damn way.
me, i believe aliens are out there and im convinced bigfeets are real. to much evidence to suggest
they do exist.
 

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Don't underestimate "amateur" pilots. The 757 is a very easy aircraft to fly, as are most modern passenger jets. They NEED to be stable, reliable, and have easy flight characteristics. Any coordinated person with a few hours of flight training could do a good job of flying a plane into a fixed target with plenty of time to get lined up on it. It's not as hard as you might think.

I don't really want to get into these discussions but as far as flight goes, you're correct, the hard part is taking off and landing.
 

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agreed. no way in hell we are the mose intellegent beings out there. no damn way.
me, i believe aliens are out there and im convinced bigfeets are real. to much evidence to suggest
they do exist.
We're not the most intelligent beings out there. But, there's no physical* life, intelligent or otherwise, on other planets, either. Didn't I already clarify this with an eloquence never before observed in modern history as we currently know it, in post #50?

*Keyword, being.
 

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We're not the most intelligent beings out there. But, there's no physical* life, intelligent or otherwise, on other planets, either. Didn't I already clarify this with an eloquence never before observed in modern history as we currently know it, in post #50?

*Keyword, being.
If we're not the most intelligent beings out there, then explain the chalupa
 

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We're not the most intelligent beings out there. But, there's no physical* life, intelligent or otherwise, on other planets, either. Didn't I already clarify this with an eloquence never before observed in modern history as we currently know it, in post #50?

*Keyword, being.
then how the hell can we explain you then?
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point. set. and match.
 

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buildings with structural damages that topple, tend to fall over, not straight down as this building does as if internal charges on the support columns
think about the Florida high rise collapse, parts of it fell, not the entire building.

Keep in mind that the design of the WTC towers was different from most buildings, in that it didn't have am internal steel structure that supported it (other than the central structure that housed the elevators). The outer skin of the building was the main load-bearing structure. This was revolutionary at the time, because with no internal skeleton the floors could be wide open. This was why the buildings came straight down instead of toppling over.

The fires on the floors damaged by the aircraft were intense enough to weaken the structural stability of just those few floors, which were overcome by the weight of the floors above them. This resulted in the upper (undamaged) portions of the buildings dropping straight down, and once they hit the first undamaged floor the combined weight was enough to start the snowball effect.
 

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LIfe on other planets? Sure, you bet. NO WAY are we the galaxy's only unique special flowers. Life is biology, biology is chemistry, and anywhere in the universe where there is an abundance of energy and the requisite elements in more or less the right proportions, life will exist. There will be plenty of planets to be found that are in the habitable zone and have a more or less earthlike distribution of elements. The prime ones are Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, and Nitrogen. Lesser quantities of other elements will be needed of course, but will be present. Now add water on a planet that varies in temperature enough to have both frozen and liquid water, and you've got the basic starting conditions for the formation of life "as we know it".

We're not alone, we just aren't in contact with our neighbors YET.

It'd be improbable in the extreme for us to be the only physical, sentient life in this galaxy. I'd say impossible. The only thing "special" about us is our belief that we are alone and that's just a matter of isolation that will eventually be overcome with advances in technology that bridges the distances between worlds and solar systems....and eventually, even galaxies.
 

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then how the hell can we explain you then?
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point. set. and match.
Hey man, I was just giving the people whet they want. I gotta eat and buy guitars too, you know.
Besides, when you were 15, did you really believe I was from planet Jendel? :rofl:
If it wasn't for me, Disney biotches would have never built Space Mountain.
 
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