Open Letter To Paul Joseph Watson (regarding your article on infowars.com)
in regards to this article
I ask that you follow Alex Jones' advice and look at the data.
What you see on the film footage is a CGI fuselage, a "special effect".
This video shows what happens when an F4 slams into a concrete wall at 500MPH. Note that F4s are built to much higher standards than wide-body aircraft, and are designed to fly 1500MPH. You'll see the F4 pulverizes into dust.
What happens on 9/11? The flimsy wide-body "airplane" penetrates the structural steel / concrete building just as it glides through the air! Wing tips don't break off, tail doesn't bend, the "plane" doesn't even change direction. It shows no change at all.
Are we supposed to believe that a widebody aluminum jet with a plastic nosecone penetrated hundreds of feet of structural steel and poked out the other side? Sorry, but I don't.
You say there's been no scientific analysis. THIS IS NOT TRUE! Dr Judy Wood, a former professor of mechanical engineering, and Rick Rajter, student member of ST911 and Materials Science and Engineering from MIT are writing a scientific paper on this. From my understanding this paper will be available soon.
I'd also like to direct you to this article from Technology Review, a magazine affiliated with MIT. The article explains that CGI technology exists, and is in the hands of the military and the TV networks. This is the technology that the government/media doesn't want to become publicized! The article was originally published in July of 2000, but was updated after the 9/11 attacks. See here for the original article and notice that the updated version omits the last three paragraphs.
Here's an interesting video as well, demonstrating the advances technology has been making.
Let's not forget... according to this retired aircraft crash investigator, there is NO PROOF that flights 11,175,77,93 were used on 9/11.
Based on the above, I ask that you take a serious look at the real evidence (like any 9/11 Truther should) before coming to any conclusions.