Secondly, you are a truther? I avoided the nuke thread like the plague. Can you please tell me of the flaws you have detected?
1. Turning off the transponder makes an aircraft invisible to radar.
I've noticed that some sites have posted that turning off the transponder made the airliners invisible on radar. I had a problem with that because turning off the transponder does not render an aircraft invisible on radar, it just makes it difficult to track. Even the stealth fighter is not totally invisible on radar, they just have a lower radar cross-section than your typical aircraft.
ATC brought attention to a crew of a C-130 as the ground controllers continued to tracked American 77, and that was after its transponder was tampered with, yet the aircraft was still trackable but its ID remained unknown. On another note, we have additional assets that can track aircraft without transponders. Can we expect enemy aircraft to use transponders as they try to penetrate our airspace? That was one hint that has been overlooked
2. Redline airspeed means an aircraft will breakup in flight if reached.
That is false and I have been aware of large four-engined subsonic aircraft exceeding the speed of sound from time to time and yet they have landed safely.
3. Pod installed beneath United 175.
I looked at the photo of United 175 and noticed that what they perceived as a pod were aerodynamic fairings, but why would anyone install a pod where the main landing gear and doors operate? One person misidentified the paint scheme on the bottom forward fuselage as a pod so I had to provide him a photo of another B-767 to make my point clear to him. It had to same paint scheme.
4. The B-757 and B-767 were modified to fly under remote control.
That would not have been possible because the B-757 and the B-767 are not fly-by-wire aircraft and the pilots would have detected such a modification during their system checks. They could have overridden a modification in the cockpit, but the question is, how would such a modification be performed under the nose of mechanics and inspectors for several months in the first place? Would American Airlines and United Airlines allowed their aircraft to be grounded while illegal modifications were performed?
5. Possible aircraft switch.
A switched aircraft would have been easily detected and far too risky to attempt. It would have taken me less than 30 minutes to reveal a switched aircraft so in that regard, no one in their right mind would attempted to switch aircraft unless they wanted to get caught.
6. Serial number label required on FDR and aircraft identification is dependent upon the label
That does not make any sense at all. What would happen if the label was ripped off or destroyed during an accident?
7. ACARS depicted the airliners airborne after they were reported to have crashed
That didn't make any sense considering that other means were available to make a determination as to an aircraft's actual position and status.
Those are just a few examples.