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On my screen the building measures 0.386 in. And the plane measures 0.083 in. High by 0.689 in. Long.

The actual dimension scale out to be:(.083×60/.386=12.9 ft high) and (.689*60/.386=107 ft long)

I’m pretty sure that overhead depictions of the planes path have the plane traveling slightly towards the camera (not perpendicular to the camera) and is therfore slightly farther away in the images than the impact point on the building. This will create a slight error that will tend to underestimate the plane size, so 12 feet is a minimum diameter.

Unless you can find a flaw in the method or can show a good method that yields a different result there isn’t much to argue about.

I’d like to know who did it. I think it is likely our government was invloved and I would love to prove it. I realize that if we could prove it was a missile that would be proof of who did it, but I think you are wasting your time and credibility. Let’s try to settle this scientifically and move on to more productive efforts to get to the truth.

COMMENT #227 [Permalink]… Paul said on 5/17/2006 @ 6:41 am PT…

Fine, we can put the matter to rest right now, based on this video.

Someone estimate for us the DISTANCE this video is relative to the point of impact. If I were guessing, I would say maybe a football field, give or take? Does it seem closer than that?

I don’t and can’t honestly tell.

Now if we go by the measurements of a Boeing 757, roughly its height and length, we’ll have a pretty good idea, I would say. Right?

Based on the video I see, something just doesn’t LOOK right to me.

COMMENT #228 [Permalink]… Jeff said on 5/17/2006 @ 6:49 am PT…

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