Did they clean all the dust off all that metal? I dont understand when this picture was taken. Also, this guys response made me giggle a bit. "It's ... from the United Airlines plane that hit Tower 2," Corley states flatly. In reviewing crash footage taken by an ABC news crew, Corley was able to track the trajectory of the fragments he studied—including a section of the landing gear and part of an engine—as they tore through the South Tower, exited from the building's north side and fell from the sky.warriorhun wrote:Dear Simon Shack,
Believe it or not, there are people actually debunking conspiracy theories, like the one of those stupid "no planers"(wink):
http://www.popularmechanics.com/technol ... ths-planes
They even attached a photo, titled: "Passenger windows on a piece of Flight 175's fuselage."
The photograph was taken by no-one else but the great Mr. William F. Baker (whoever the hell he is), of the very trustworthy FEMA!!!
Here it is:
What convinced me without doubt, is the top of the buildings in the background, so in the foreground these MUST be flight 175's parts (wink).
So a piece of the landing gear managed to "tear" through a skyscraper. Now iv'e watched plenty of "second plane crash" videos and iv'e yet to see pieces of plane, or anything for that matter come out of the north side that hasn't burned up in the air. (excluding pieces of the building and paper)