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HFishbine Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Aug-14-04 02:49 PM
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1) The section of plane in your photo had obviously been seperated from the plane's fuel source (presumably by the in-air explosion) so was not subjected to fire.

2) The section of plane that fell on Lockerbie, because of its shape, would have had a high drag coefficent. Someone with a physics degree and the mass and dimensions of the Lockerbie debris could calculate it's velocity at impact for you, but...

The evidence is before you. The fact that the Lockerbie debris survived the fall from the sky is evidence that it did not meet with the same explosive force or impact velocity as the plan that hit the Pentagon.
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