That is in direct conflict of what you said in the past, and since you seem to have forgotten, may I add this as a reminder of what you have said?
Kevin Ryan and others pointed out early on that the temps were too low. That's why he was fired--exposing the lie early on. This is common knowledge in some circles, but is denied in other circles. I'm going with Kevin Ryan and the others who analyzed the fires visible with the appropriate sensors. Way too low, and way too short of duration to weaken steel.
In one post, you said the temperatures were high, and in another post, you said the temperatures were too low.
Any pilot should have known why an intact fuselage was not going to be found at the crash site of United 93. Here is a hint concerning another crash site, and remember, I asked you to identify a Tu-154 at this crash site.
In case you do not know what a Tu-154 looks like, here is a photo.
Now, see if you can identify the fuselage of a Tu-154 at the crash site. If you are unable to identify the fuselage of a Tu-154, then you will know why no one reported finding an intact fuselage of a B-757 at the crash site of United 93.
Considering they confirmed the crash site near Shanksville as that of United 93, what more is there to say?! As a reminder, United Airlines confirmed the loss of United 93 as well, not to mention photos of wreckage of United 93 at the crash site, and that bodies from United 93 have been identified, but the fact of the matter is, you knew it all along. .
Let's just say they were mistaken since ordinary citizens wouldn't know what thermite looks like anyway.
Do you consider that American Airlines and United Airlines government agenies? After all, those airlines confirmed the loss of American 11, American 77, United 93, and United 175.
Edited by skyeagle409, 15 October 2012 - 09:34 PM.