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"The only thing that matters to the airline industry is the price of oil and profit. I am still waiting to read the FAA report on how an airliner can crash into the Pentagon, leave no wing damage to the building or debris after the incident. So who's pocket are they in?"
May I suggest you fly a plane into a building at a few hundred mph? There was plenty of debris but it aint gonna fall neatly outside the building at those speeds, it's going to plough right inside the building kinda like, it well, did.
Furthermore you expect there to be a nice little wing shaped gouge through the building leaving a cross shaped entry point? Anyone who's flown has seen how flexible aircraft wings are as they bend - they're not super strong rigid lumps of pure titanium. Also of course airliner wings are swept backwards not straight across at 90 degree angles to the plane, so whilst you can't really predict how or where the wings will end up you can be sure that as soon as the most forward parts of the wing get hit at speed by a concrete structure they'll be anywhere but sticking directly outwards slicing into the building like you idiotically expect.
Before you try the initial experiment and fly into a building to see if it leaves any debris outside can I suggest you drive really fast in a car as close to a brick wall as possible sticking your arm out the window simulating the planes wing and come back and tell us how you did with slicing the wall in half with your simulated wing as you presume should happen?
9/11 conspiracists are as thick as they come.
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