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The Saturn V rocket that put men on the moon is only about 30 feet in diameter. So this missile of yours must be between 1/2 and 1/3 the size of the Saturn V moon launch rocket????
I think we are looking at a 757 and I want to know how it got there, who is complicit and how we’re going to hold those fuckers accountable.
The skinniness just behind the nose might be the darker paint of AMERICAN AIRLINES in contrast against the silver aluminum skin. There’s also a dark area further back that might be the shadow under the wings, but that is stretch due the poor quality of the images.
COMMENT #331 [Permalink]… Agent99 said on 5/17/2006 @ 9:06 pm PT…
Oh, dear, Onyx! It all depends on which size I open the video window too, and I made so many marks on my strip of paper, that I finally just put the ruler straight up against my monitor screen, and started running the math on my widget calculator, now based on the actual height of building (77′) instead of guestimates from last night, and I dint write a bit of it down, and I just two minutes ago cleared the calculator. Last night I had the impact place too far north, and it was (on that screen) 1.5″, but now it’s closer to 14/16″ or 1″ and the missile is just a little under 2/16″, but it’s so damn fuzzy it could really be closer to 1/16″… My fiddling with the picture is increasing my notion that that “nose” looks like it’s mounted on a long pipe!!!
So. My plan is to make a strong cup of coffee, and smoke a couple carcinogens on my front porch, and then have back at it. It’s silly really, because we can only get so scientific with this fuzzy mess, but Bluebear2’s link really helps with orientation.
href=”http://www.Pentagonresearch.Com/index.Html”>Here it is again.
I’ll be back in a while with updates. Sorry. My brain does NOT like to hold on to the sticks, it wants to laser ahead, leaving the logic in its wake like rubble. Drives my scientist friends to drink! (Especially when I beat them to their answers, but can’t cogently explain how.)
COMMENT #332 [Permalink]… Onyx said on 5/17/2006 @ 9:09 pm PT…
No problem 99 – I’ve spent a ton of time reading BradBlog and I agree with you 99% of the time. Let’s get to the bottom this.