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11-09-2010, 07:17 PM
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Squirrelmonkey Wrote:silly katfive........... zeds don't have finger dexterity

Could explain why it didn't hit anything. I'm not to impressed by everyone not knowing who luanched it and O would rather have the world LOVE him than FEAR him.

My take is it was Pelosi heading back to the mothership...
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11-09-2010, 07:32 PM (This post was last modified: 11-09-2010 07:32 PM by Windwatcher.)
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nightrider Wrote:Could explain why it didn't hit anything. I'm not to impressed by everyone not knowing who luanched it and O would rather have the world LOVE him than FEAR him.

My take is it was Pelosi heading back to the mothership...


HAHAHAHAHAAAA! I love that! And I love the tin foil hat website. I will start constructing mine tonight. Will Reynolds Wrap work?
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11-09-2010, 08:08 PM
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Windwatcher Wrote:HAHAHAHAHAAAA! I love that! And I love the tin foil hat website. I will start constructing mine tonight. Will Reynolds Wrap work?

It should just use two layers.
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11-09-2010, 09:18 PM
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Any Planes missing yet? TWA Flight 800 Deja-Vu anyone?

From what I saw of the reconstruction of Where the launch was from, I'm thinking the Navy test range north of Santa Catalina, but I could be way way off??

Could it be a surface-to-air missle as well as a surface-to-surface?

BTW how far is Vandenburg from there?........was it a TS orbital launch from Vandenburg where they can't conceal the launch but can do the "I-know-nothing" routine. Recollection is they use Vandenburg for Polar Orbit launches???

Anyway...the TWA alternative theories are.........


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For the 1964 crash of a TWA Boeing 707 in Rome, Italy, see TWA Flight 800 (1964).
TWA Flight 800[Image: 260px-TWA800reconstruction.jpg]
Reconstruction of TWA 800 wreckage in a hangar at Calverton Executive Airpark.Accident summaryDate20:31 EDT July 17, 1996 (00:31 on July 18 UTC)TypeIn-flight explosionSiteAtlantic Ocean
near East Moriches, New YorkPassengers212Crew18Fatalities230Survivors0OperatorTrans World Airlines (TWA)Tail numberN93119Flight originJohn F. Kennedy Int'l AirportStopoverParis-Charles de Gaulle AirportDestinationLeonardo da Vinci Int'l AirportTrans World Airlines Flight 800 (TWA 800), a Boeing 747-131, exploded and crashed into the Atlantic Ocean near East Moriches, New York, on July 17, 1996, at about 20:31 EDT (00:31, July 18 UTC), 12 minutes after takeoff, killing all 230 persons on board. TWA 800 was a scheduled international passenger flight from New York City, New York to Rome, Italy, with a stopover in Paris, France.[1]
While accident investigators from the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) traveled to the scene, arriving the following morning,[2] there was much initial speculation that a terrorist attack was the cause of the crash.[3][4][5] Consequently, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) initiated a parallel criminal investigation.[6] Sixteen months later the FBI announced that no evidence had been found of a criminal act, and closed its active investigation.[7]
The four-year NTSB investigation ended with the adoption of its final report on August 23, 2000. The report's conclusion was that the probable cause of the accident was an explosion of inflammable fuel/air vapors in a fuel tank, and, although it could not be determined with certainty, the most likely cause of the explosion was a short circuit.[8] As a result of the crash, new requirements were developed for aircraft to prevent future fuel tank explosions.[9]
Many TWA Flight 800 alternative theories exist, the most prevalent being that a missile strike from a terrorist or U.S. Navy vessel caused the crash, and is the subject of a government coverup.[10][11] The missile theory emerged because of eyewitnesses in the Long Island area who reported seeing something resembling a flare or firework ascend and explode. However, analysis by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) concluded that they saw only the burning aircraft, not a missile attack.[12]
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Flight path of TWA 800. The colored rectangles are areas from which wreckage was recovered.[13]


All times in this article are Eastern Daylight Time (EDT). The accident airplane, registration N93119, was manufactured by Boeing in July, 1971, and purchased new by TWA. The aircraft had completed 16,869 flights with 93,303 hours of operation.[14] On the day of the accident the airplane departed Athens, Greece, as TWA Flight 881, and arrived at the gate at John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) about 16:38. The aircraft was refueled, and there was a crew change; the new flight crew consisted of Captain Ralph G. Kevorkian, Captain/Check Airman Steven E. Snyder and Flight Engineer/Check Airman Richard G. Campbell (all with more than 30 years employment at TWA), and Flight Engineer Trainee Oliver Krick, who was starting the sixth leg of his initial operating experience training.[15][16]
TWA 800 was scheduled to depart JFK for Paris around 19:00, but the flight was delayed for just over an hour by a disabled piece of ground equipment and a passenger/baggage mismatch.[1] After the owner of the baggage in question was confirmed to be on board, the flight crew prepared for departure, and the aircraft pushed back from gate 27 in the TWA Flight Center about 20:02 and took off from JFK's runway 22R at 20:19.[17]
TWA 800 then received a series of heading changes and generally increasing altitude assignments as it climbed to its intended cruising altitude.[17] Weather in the area was light winds with scattered clouds,[18] and there were dusk lighting conditions.[19] The last radio transmission from the airplane occurred at 20:30 when the flight crew received and then acknowledged instructions from Boston Air Route Traffic Control Center (ARTCC) to climb to 15,000 feet (4,600 m).[20] The last recorded radar transponder return from the airplane was recorded by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) radar site at Trevose, Pennsylvania at 20:31:12.[21]
Then, 38 seconds later, the captain of an Eastwind Airlines Boeing 737 first reported to Boston ARTCC that he "just saw an explosion out here," adding "we just saw an explosion up ahead of us here...about 16,000 feet [4,900m] or something like that, it just went down into the water." Subsequently, many air traffic control facilities in the New York/Long Island area received reports of an explosion from other pilots operating in the area. Many witnesses in the vicinity of the crash when it occurred stated that they saw and/or heard explosions, accompanied by a large fireball or fireballs over the ocean, and observed debris, some of which was burning, falling into the water.[21]
Although individuals in various civilian, military, and police vessels reached the crash site and initiated a search for survivors within minutes of the initial water impact, no survivors were found,[22] making TWA 800 the second deadliest aircraft accident in the United States at that time.[23]


Air traffic control recording
Eastwind Airlines Flight 507



The captain of Eastwind Airlines 507 further describes to air traffic control what he saw both after and prior to the explosion

Problems listening to this file? See media help.[edit] Nationalities of passengers and crew

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NationalityPassengersCrewTotal Algeria909 Belgium404 Denmark606 France42042 Germany202 Ireland404 Israel101 Italy819 Norway202 Spain101 Sweden101 United Kingdom707 United States12517142Total21218230

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11-09-2010, 09:39 PM
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Kobe,I saw a pic in a newspaper about a week ago that showed a group of,I believe it was four,Al Qaeda leaders sitting around in a circle,and in front of them was what looked like a shoulder fired SAM. The pic supposedly showed the "American" Al Qaeda,and no mention was made of what the "tube" was.I thought it a strange pic at the time.
Do the terrorists have SAM's? Was this a practice firing? Was it an attempt to down a passing airliner? Was the pic that displayed this "tube" a signal to cells to begin an attack on aircraft? I know it sounds "tin hattish",but who knows?
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11-09-2010, 10:25 PM (This post was last modified: 11-09-2010 10:45 PM by kobayashi.)
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warwoman Wrote:Kobe,I saw a pic in a newspaper about a week ago that showed a group of,I believe it was four,Al Qaeda leaders sitting around in a circle,and in front of them was what looked like a shoulder fired SAM. The pic supposedly showed the "American" Al Qaeda,and no mention was made of what the "tube" was.I thought it a strange pic at the time.
Do the terrorists have SAM's? Was this a practice firing? Was it an attempt to down a passing airliner? Was the pic that displayed this "tube" a signal to cells to begin an attack on aircraft? I know it sounds "tin hattish",but who knows?


in a word, yes

How we got the "Soviets" out of Afghanistan in the 80's included sending the Mujahadeen 'limited quantities' of Stingers
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To me the web-pics look bigger than what a Stinger would make.

The Secret Service roof security in DC include Stinger armnament, but one stinger is not a sure thing with a passenger liner.

A Patriot or the navy equivalent are capable of taking down an airliner.

Iran shipped somethig like 1000 missles to ...........

Nuts, I dunno ..........Maybe it was the Gua?


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11-09-2010, 10:52 PM
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Meh, nothing to see here, move along.

Honestly, I doubt it's that big a deal. Was probably just a test/muscle flexing, obviously being downplayed. Missile was probably destroyed before it even hit anything, it's probably in pieces.

Done and done.
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11-09-2010, 11:13 PM
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It's in the ocean. Illegal missle defense missle test, prolly. Oh yea, we didn't sign so I guess it ain't illegal.

Off-the-record message to the Koreans that they're wasting what little money they have on ICBM's. That would be my guess.
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11-10-2010, 07:55 AM
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kobayashi Wrote:


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Jet Contrail??? Man that is deflating for the bloggers.

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11-10-2010, 08:06 AM
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Whatever it was, it's just weird. No one knows what it was? That's not possible.
It's not a "big deal" only because it headed west. If it had headed east, it would have been a HUGE deal. CNN last night had about a 10 sec blurb about it, saying it was an optical illusion of a jet coming towards the camera.
Right.
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