Engine Experts?, hi res. FEMA photos
Nov 26 2006, 05:06 AM
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Anyone able to tell from these FEMA shots about the airplane the engine came from?
hi res versions of the pics below:
Jan 5 2007, 02:17 PM
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QUOTE (tocarm @ Jan 5 2007, 10:07 AM)
I want for you to LOOK AT the position of the RIGHT ENGINE's red silouhette and LOOK at what is contained in that engine's "Target".
There is this CONCRETE PILLAR.
If I could find about one hundred able bodied men who have the physical conditioning as the result of being CONSTRUCTION WORKERS - and let's say that it would take these 100 men swinging a 10 pound sledgehammer 100 times EACH to approximate the amount of TOTAL FORCE 2 tons of Jet Engine SledgeHammer Metal travelling at 500 mph - and I get these 100 construction workers to take 100 swings with a 10 pound sledge hammer into that SINGLE PILLAR you see pictured within the red silouhette of that airplane's right jet engine - do you think that you are going to see THAT pillar looking as good as it does???
I've seen TWO able bodied/physically conditioned construction workers make MINCE MEAT out of sidewalks and other sorts of masonry work using far fewer strokes of a hand held slegehammer.
Yes I considered that subject. ,Here is the image again:
And this 3D construction:
You can see that if the plane did not rotated, the right engine must touch the column 16 and enter the building a few at the right of C16.
But we must consider the rotation of the plane at impact time: When the right wing touched the facade at its extremity, the plane will rotale leftward. Right wing extremity will decelerate quickly and the left wing will accelerate also quiclky.
Make the experience with a wood or steel bar of about 1m length. Take it at the middle, and make it hitting an oblique wall. Do it slowely to do not break anything! (IMG:http://pilotsfor911truth.org/forum/style_emoticons/default/wink.gif) You will see how the right side will stop very quickly and the left side will accelerate.
I consider (with good reliability, and feel free to criticse, I am ready to reconsider the subject) the right side as being decelerated and stopped very quickly. That can also be verified by the "nearly" undamaged column 18 which is the rotation center. If that is true, that means the right engine decelerated very much before hitting the facade. So its damage on the facade has been reduced. In addition, that rotation made the right engine more rightward. So it passed just at the right side of column 16 and break it and pushed it leftward.
That leftward rotation of the plane and acceleration of the left wing and engine made that the left side were completely damaged. On the left side there is a huge open hole on the ground floor from c8 to C13. The less damaged column is the 9 and it's so hadly damaged that there is no more limestones around and it's not more straight.
Here is a picture made from the left of C8.
I think we must believe that there was a jetliner and its wingspan is about 95ft. Si it was not a 757. But we must consider all strong evidences. And the landing arm is a strong evidence and it is different from the 757 arm. That's why I ask to have a good photo showing the left landing arm of a 737-400. We must identify that arm.
If we can prove that this arm is not from a 757 but it is from a 737-400, that can be a huge point. Can you help for that issue?
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