Questions to ask yourself when viewing these images:
- For the physics whizzes and structural engineers out there:
Why is the Pentagon so lightly damaged after being struck by 100 ton
(approx. 91,000 Kg) Boeing 757-200 flying at approximately 600 miles per
hour (270 m/s), equaling a force of 35,200,000 kilojoules. This is simply
the energy that the walls of the Pentagon would have to absorb from the
plane alone. This does not take into account the combustive energy of the
- If you accept the official version of the events -- that it hit the lawn
of the Pentagon first -- why is the lawn perfectly unmarked??
Please click this link to view the pictures:
This is from a report on the potential for disaster if a commercial airliner were to strict a nuclear reactor. Apply this to the Pentagon, which might or might not have the same structural protection as a nuclear reactor:
"It estimated that if just 1 percent of a jetliner's fuel ignited after impact, it would create an explosion equivalent to 1,000 pounds of dynamite inside a reactor building already damaged by the impact. The report suggested U.S. regulators had underestimated the potential damage from such an explosion."
I think that those defending the official version of events will have to
start answering some questions now, not those erroneously dismissed as