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RH Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Oct-01-04 05:36 AM
Response to Reply #136
140. There is surely no doubt

that the terrain did affect the signal.

see posting 139.

From what I have seen the records are not at all "unique". There was evidently an 'lg' disturbance, nothing more. The best they've got is to say that the signals are "relatively consistent"(sic). The connection with Flight 93 is a conjecture, not a self evident fact.

If the seismic records were seen in ignorance of other information it would never have crossed anybody's mind that the cause was the impact of an airliner.

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