- Attached is another photo that
clearly shows something attached to the bottom of the plane that hit the
WTC. It appears to be at least as large as the engines!
- Since this is from a different angle, how can David Sadler's
argument about light and shadow, reflections, etc. have any merit? Change
the angle even slightly, and an optical illusion usually disappears.
- Also, jet fuel is 99 percent kerosene, which isnt nearly
as explosive as gasoline, being a much thicker liquid. Do you believe that
the huge fireball that this plane caused when it hit the WTC could be caused
- Try pouring a teaspoon of kerosene on a flat surface,
say a glass table top, and see if you can get it to burn when touched with
- David Paterson