The other way to look at it my friend is that a year later, you are still in denial.
Ross & Furlong's data rains on your parade, so you would like to say it's meaningless. I get it.
OTOH, if it's true and accurate, it corroborates Willie's story and the testimony of many others.
Did I say the study was meaningless? What the study does corroborate is a large magnitude impact, which does agree with a plane hitting a building.
Where Ross and Furlong got it wrong is claiming that the FAA and NTSB's impact timing is not an estimate but an exact time, which is clearly a misrepresentation of fact. You being a pilot should know a little bit about radar sweep timing yet you still support the study as being accurate? That's seems pretty lazy to me.
BTW. Tell me again how an explosion below the basement corroborates a controlled demolition theory?