I don't think it's very funny either, and I don't like the rock sound track, but I work at an airport and watch 757s take off daily. There SHOULD be more debris. The wings and engines on those things are massive and there should be more damage on either side of the entry hole. The engines on a 757 are nearly big enough to ingest a minivan and should have pulverized the walls on either side of the impact point. I agree that I don't think a missile did this, but it doesn't look like a 757 did either. The engine cores don't just evaporate. Were they ever found on the grounds or in the building? If the flight suspected of causing the damage didn't do it, the question then would be, where are the passengers and the plane that disappeared? The conspiracy theory sounds like major BS, but something there doesn't add up.
I'm sorry for your friend's loss and don't mean to fan the flames, but
something seems to be missing.
- posted 17 years ago