Let's say instead of hitting the WTC straight on at 500 mph, a 767
flew right next to the tower at 500 mph. The plane flies close enough
that one wing hits the building, say the outer half of the wing-- on a
767 that is roughly 30 feet of wing.
Does this wing:
a) break off, causing the plane to lose control and crash?
b) slice through all the exterior steel columns in its path allowing
the plane to continue flying?
If you believe the official 9/11 story, it should be (b), right?
Yet obviously the answer is (a), right? No WAY can the end of a wing
slice through multiple steel columns under that situation.
SO---- on 9/11 how did the wing of a 767 slice through multiple
columns and floor slabs, especially considering the plane and its
wings were already slowed by the impact of the fuselage?
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