If we are to debate about what we believe is possible or not, I will gladly oblige and follow your line of argumentation:brainsandgravy wrote: I would say--two choppers at different distances and similar but different vertical and horizontal angles as evidenced by the parallax with WTC7. You believe this is not possible?
- Is it possible that (with two hovering choppers shooting the same aerial scene on a similar axis of view) that the most distant one fails to capture as much as a glimpse of the other?
- Is it possible, likewise, that not once during the entire length of the 9/11 WTC broadcasts do we see a stationary TV chopper hovering in the Manhattan airspace? (as per the official tale, there were at least 5 camera-mounted choppers in the air - "Chopper2"(CBS), "Chopper4"(NBC), "Chopper5(FOX)", "Chopper7"(ABC) and "ChopperNYPD"(Pat Walsh).
- To be precise, we do see the NYPD chopper (a.k.a. "PAT") passing over the WTC2 on a couple of "amateur videos" - but the same is nowhere to be seen on the "LIVE TV" broadcasts - nor on many still pictures of the same moment in time/space (WTC2 collapse).
Now, is this at all possible in the real world? [*watch September Clues Addendum*] http://il.youtube.com/watch?v=UGyW-0MeBOU
NYPD chopper ("Pat")
Let me offer a general thought to anyone still believing the 9/11 imagery is real: we researchers are sometimes scoffed at for "making it a question of faith" to trust our own work and observations. I do not agree, but fine - let's pretend for a moment that using rational analyses to provide empirical evidence has anything to do with "faith". If this is so, could we not say the exact same thing about those who try to find some 'reality' in the available 9/11 imagery? Surely, even the most hardened skeptics of the computer animation paradigm must concede that SOME of the countless aberrations pointed out by our work are utterly impossible, insofar that they represent absurd occurences - unexplainable within the realms of authentic photography and the real world. With this in mind, it is certainly a "question of faith" for the naysayers to believe that any of the 9/11 imagery can be trusted. Not the other way round.