On Flying a Jetliner into a Building
May 16, 2016
So is this a good idea? Businessman raising £1m to recreate 9/11 to prove conspiracy theories true or false ‘once and for all’–Mirror Online
It is a good idea if and only if this kind of “crash experiment” approximates the official crash story. Critical conditions would include:
- Use a Boeing 767 rather than the larger 747
- Use a hell-strong steel/concrete skyscraper
- Fly the 767 at more than 500 mph near sea level
Oops, condition three presents a major problem because it is impossible to fly an airliner 500+ mph near sea level. The official story is busted right there.
But by all means, you go boy, rev up those motors and go as fast as you can. No stinkin’ building even needed because the Big 9/11 Lie would be exposed by falling far short of safely flying 500+ mph near sea level. Why is that? Because the air poses three times the resistance that it does at 35,000 feet. And that’s a real drag, I mean a prohibitive drag, for an airliner (pun intended).