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spooked911 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Sep-23-07 04:46 PM
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More evidence that UA175 could not have hit the south tower
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1) a Boeing 767 can not go over 500 mph at low (700 feet) altitude, whereas the official speed was 545 mph

2) the plane was going impossibly fast for a Boeing 767 in the last 4.7 minutes

The official flight 175 flight path report can be downloaded here:

Look at the last time "flight 175" was noted-- at "G"-- the official story says the plane went 49 miles in 4.7 minutes before it hit the WTC. This means the plane would have to be going 10.4 miles per minute or 625 mph-- a ridiculous speed, since the maximum speed for a Boeing 767 is 568 mph.

Note that officially the plane was descending 24,000 feet in this last 4.7 minutes-- thus officially going well over the maximum speed in progressively thicker air.

So officially-- we have a plane descending a mile a minute, significantly over the maximum possible speed for the aircraft-- ALL officially done by a pilot who has never flown this type of aircraft before-- and somehow he manages to steer the plane perfectly to hit precisely a very narrow target (the WTC south tower)?

This is simply preposterous!

3) the tail of the plane disappeared as it hit the WTC, without breaking off or making a hole
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