- Jan 9, 2005
- Total Time
All of that has been answered by the investigators. None of it is new. Do some more research. This stuff is as crazy as the 9/11 "truthers."
So watch the video and answer the questions-
I'll do my research and look into it further- but I really hope you don't father any kids with that response.
Because I said!
Dude we're adults here. There aren't nearly the number of credible witnesses on the truthers side willing to step in front of a camera and say their piece
You can say it's been answered, but i haven't heard the answer and haven't found anything definitive on the net. What's up with the CIA video?
Why would the CIA be charged with producing a video on an airline accident?
Why would they be involved at all?
NASA I get. FAA I could understand. Aviation consultants. But the CIA -
You got to know that's weird
Why was the FBI in charge instead of the ntsb?
What about the radar images consistent with a rapid explosion, instead of the relatively slow one a center tank explosion would produce?
Now, philosophically, I'm with you on conspiracy theories.
I believe they are a waste of time. Even if they're real. That's just reality. Power exists and sometimes that power is wielded - it improves my life none to fight things I cannot control.
But we have some responsibility as citizens to not just go along to get along if a story is being created.
This one's always smelled to me-
So I'll do my research- but if you have answers easy and verifiable- share em up.
But you a) have to admit that it is very unusual to have 700+ witnesses describe an object ascend to twa 800. You have to admit there's been many accidents, and it's unusual to have one descend into conspiracy theory. So why this one?
B) you can't just spout the "company line" assertively, not answering the questions that surround it, and expect it to be accepted.
So if you know, say the piece.
Or did you just expect me to think "oh, Pcl says it's crazy conspiracy- I feel better now"