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Holographic Plane, Is It Possible

  • Ledud1
  • uploaded: May 29, 2007
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  • Windycity#

    Windycity September 9, 2009 1:41:43 PM CEST

    Independant investigations by demolition experts has determined that a passanger jet could not have caused the damage at the Pentagon or the WTC bldgs. That the ultimate cause of the Towers collapse was a controlled demolition at ground level using commercial thermite to cut the beams. That superfluous emergency fuel tanks recently installed in building 7 were exploded. And that NORAD was unable to manage air traffic control in this emergency situation due to an unusually draining exercise involving too many aircraft on Sept. 11th. Major Jon I. Fox is a former U.S. Marine Corps fighter pilot and a retired commercial airline pilot for Continental Airlines with a 35-year commercial aviation career. In 2007, in support of the Architects and Engineers[3] petition to reinvestigate 9/11, he wrote, %u201COn hearing the military (NORAD/NEAD) excuses for no intercepts on 9/11/2001, I knew from personal experience that they were lying. I then began re-checking other evidence and found mostly more lies from the %u2018official spokesmen%u2019. Jet fuel fires at atmospheric pressure do not get hot enough to weaken steel. Structures do not collapse through themselves in free fall time with only gravity as the powering force. As a retired military pilot, I concur.

  • Wompasdub#

    Wompasdub August 25, 2009 7:36:23 AM CEST

    haha kudos, this motherfuckers right. Whats the point of this dumb ass video?

  • Estanislao#

    Estanislao April 28, 2008 6:59:14 PM CEST

    I think you done a very good job proving that it wasn't a hologram

  • Hyperbolic#

    Hyperbolic August 16, 2007 6:41:18 AM CEST

    And it seems a bit bizarre to try to explain that the impact damage from the "hologram" wings of the plane, are in fact, holograms as well. I'll believe the explosives strapped plane concept before i'll go with "hologram" XP

  • Illuminati#

    Illuminati June 5, 2007 12:53:09 PM CEST

    Answer, conceptually yes, practically no.

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