sleight of hand

Sleight of Hand: A timed explosion and the psychology of diversion.

"In addition to manual dexterity, sleight of hand depends on the use of psychology, misdirection and natural choreography in accomplishing a magical effect. Misdirection is perhaps the most important component of the art of sleight of hand. Using misdirection, the skillful magician choreographs every movement in a routine so even the most critical and observant spectators are compelled to look where the magician wants them to. Two types of misdirection are time and movement. Time is simple; by allowing a small amount of time to pass after an action, events are skewed in the viewers mind. Movement is a little more complicated. A phrase often used is "A larger action covers a smaller action." - Wikipedia: "Sleight of Hand"

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Indeed, the perpetrators of 9/11 did not want you to see the coordinated and timed explosion set to occur exactly when the 2nd plane hit.
Certainly, fire and damage cannot coordinate explosions...

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