This was the last post before that drunken, arrogant cÃ¼nt cspunk decided that everything on the subject had already been said and closed the previous thread. The-Lord-Flasheart wrote: Flashy, I'm neither a "truther" nor a "conspiracy type". I to this day have no idea what actually happened on 9/11. That's the reason why I'm sceptical. But to pick up on what you believe is a convincing argument, I'd like to quote your own statement: "500 knots to zero in less space than half the width of the tower." Perhaps you'd like to ruminate on the fact that both aircraft entered and completely disappeared into the Twin Towers inside 0.02 seconds, in spite of having just slammed up against 500,000 tonnes of very stout resistance. That means that their respective nose-to-tail speed-reductions were negligible. Is something like that worthy of investigation? I don't know, but it does appear strange on the face of it and in view of the dearth of explanations in general. But maybe that's just me. MsG So let's crack on with the discussion, chaspesses and chasps.