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Ed Jewett
03-28-2010, 01:35 AM
Discussion: Vector And Turn Analysis Of Observed And Measured Flight Paths Of 9/11 WTC Aircraft


Abstract
The observed speeds of the attack aircraft of September 11, 2001 in New York City were extreme by comparison to the typical speeds of similar aircraft traveling at similar altitudes. The calculated speed for United Airlines Flight 175 (UA 175) is three times greater than the speed recommended for landing approaches of such wide-body airliners toward airport runways that are comparable in width to each World Trade Center tower. The calculated speed for American Airlines Flight 11 (AA 11) was two and one half times greater than the speed recommended for landing approaches of such wide-body airliners. While creating significantly less response time for possible human hijacker pilot course corrections during final target approaches that would demand superior control surface operation, a general vector analysis of the course and speed for these two aircraft demonstrate that the unusually high speeds observed generated greater accuracy of the aircraft while enroute to their targets, as a result of smaller deflection angles and ground track displacements in feet per second, created by existing crosswinds and potential wind shear. A coupling of these two factors suggests superior navigation of AA 11 and UA 175, consistent with an unreported use augmented GPS guided aircraft autopilot systems available circa 2001, which also seem to be in evidence during analysis of UA 175's final turning approach toward WTC 2[1].




At the link below, you will find videos, photos, charts, glossy pictures with circles and arrows and a paragraph on the back of each one, and lots of complex math formulae.


http://911blogger.com/node/23046

Peter Lemkin
03-28-2010, 08:23 AM
Another smoking gun the Feds don't want to sniff.....:bandit: or touch!

At least one must admit - they are consistent! :afraid:

"...and Officer Obbie, I can not tell a lie, I put that envelope under that pile of garbage...."