Flight 93 Crashed With Less Wreckage Than A Car Accident, With No Fire, No Bodies, And No Investigation


Forget conspiracies, they are a waste of time.

  • Where is the fire?
  • Where is the plane?
  • Where are the bodies?

The picture below is the center of the crash site, shortly after it crashed. Where is the plane? Where is flight 93?

Below in this video is a plane crash much like flight 93 caught on film compared directly to flight 93.

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17 comments

  1. The plane crash on video was basically stalled and dropped on the ground. I would have to know the weight and the speed of flight 93 on impact to calculate the kinetic energy, but let’s assume it was full throttle in a steep dive? 600 miles per hour vs 150-170 landing speed is quite a bit different. I don’t know what you expect to see from 93 which was driven hard into the ground.
    A loaded 757, “Flight 93 struck the ground at a 40 degree angle almost upside down, hitting right wing and nose first, at a speed of between 563-580 miles per hour”. 220,000 pounds at 580 mph would be
    KE = 0.5 x mv2, so
    .5 x 220,000 x 580sq = 3,354,340,000 Joules
    I wouldn’t expect to see much.

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  2. If you want it to be a conspiracy it will be. Maybe it is like the movie Millenium with Cheryl Ladd and kris kristopherson.?
    The bomb crater seems a little small but angle and speed account for a huge amount of energy.

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  3. “You’ve never seen a plane crash without wreckage”. KE is exponential. This seems to also be consistent with the pentagon site. This is not a conspiracy to cover up.

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  4. I wasn’t there to observe the “crashes” – I don’t know what to believe, and I don’t accept ANY of the “official” reports.

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