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Old October 16th 03, 05:03 PM
David Lednicer
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Who was the fool claiming that there was no evidence that a plane
(namely a 757-200) crashed into the Pentagon on September 11, 2001?
Take a look at these pictures:
http://www.photolibrary.fema.gov/pho...n_0901_135.jpg
http://www.photolibrary.fema.gov/pho...n_0901_136.jpg

For the record, turbine (or compressor) disks from a RB.211-535E4 can be
seen in the left side of these pictures.

Yes, I know that some weanie is going to claim that the disks seen in
these photos were "planted" by the folks who also fly black helicopters...

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Old October 16th 03, 06:39 PM
Ron
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Who was the fool claiming that there was no evidence that a plane
(namely a 757-200) crashed into the Pentagon on September 11, 2001?
Take a look at these pictures:
http://www.photolibrary.fema.gov/pho...n_0901_135.jpg
http://www.photolibrary.fema.gov/pho...n_0901_136.jpg

For the record, turbine (or compressor) disks from a RB.211-535E4 can be
seen in the left side of these pictures.

Yes, I know that some weanie is going to claim that the disks seen in
these photos were "planted" by the folks who also fly black helicopters


No, actually these netloons are claiming it could be from a cruise missile...

http://www.chemtrailcentral.com/ubb/...ML/001522.html
Ron
Pilot/Wildland Firefighter

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Old October 16th 03, 09:33 PM
Keith Willshaw
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"Ron" wrote in message
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Who was the fool claiming that there was no evidence that a plane
(namely a 757-200) crashed into the Pentagon on September 11, 2001?
Take a look at these pictures:
http://www.photolibrary.fema.gov/pho...n_0901_135.jpg
http://www.photolibrary.fema.gov/pho...n_0901_136.jpg

For the record, turbine (or compressor) disks from a RB.211-535E4 can be
seen in the left side of these pictures.

Yes, I know that some weanie is going to claim that the disks seen in
these photos were "planted" by the folks who also fly black helicopters


No, actually these netloons are claiming it could be from a cruise

missile...

http://www.chemtrailcentral.com/ubb/...ML/001522.html


Looking at the size of those rotor disks it most be the mother of
all cruise missiles.

Keith


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Old October 16th 03, 10:31 PM
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Looking at the size of those rotor disks it most be the mother of
all cruise missiles.


Yeah, probably half the size of a 757


BUFDRVR

"Stay on the bomb run boys, I'm gonna get those bomb doors open if it harelips
everyone on Bear Creek"
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Old October 17th 03, 03:38 AM
David Bromage
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Ron wrote:
No, actually these netloons are claiming it could be from a cruise

missile...

Despite witnesses in a nearby hotel who can apparently tell the
difference between a missile and a 757.

Cheers
David

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Old October 17th 03, 04:20 AM
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In article ,
362436 (Ron) wrote:

Who was the fool claiming that there was no evidence that a plane
(namely a 757-200) crashed into the Pentagon on September 11, 2001?
Take a look at these pictures:
http://www.photolibrary.fema.gov/pho...n_0901_135.jpg
http://www.photolibrary.fema.gov/pho...n_0901_136.jpg

For the record, turbine (or compressor) disks from a RB.211-535E4 can be
seen in the left side of these pictures.

Yes, I know that some weanie is going to claim that the disks seen in
these photos were "planted" by the folks who also fly black helicopters


No, actually these netloons are claiming it could be from a cruise missile...


*Really* big cruise missile...
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Old October 17th 03, 02:57 PM
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Steve Hix wrote:

In article ,
362436 (Ron) wrote:

Who was the fool claiming that there was no evidence that a plane
(namely a 757-200) crashed into the Pentagon on September 11, 2001?
Take a look at these pictures:
http://www.photolibrary.fema.gov/pho...n_0901_135.jpg
http://www.photolibrary.fema.gov/pho...n_0901_136.jpg

For the record, turbine (or compressor) disks from a RB.211-535E4 can be
seen in the left side of these pictures.

Yes, I know that some weanie is going to claim that the disks seen in
these photos were "planted" by the folks who also fly black helicopters


No, actually these netloons are claiming it could be from a cruise missile...


*Really* big cruise missile...


Well, speaking of size, doesn't it look pretty small for an
RB-211?...I googled for info and found that the fan on a 211 is
6.5 feet in diameter. I realize that the fan is gonna be bigger
than the turbine/compressor discs but this one looks to be maybe
2.5 to 3 feet wide judging from the fireman's leg in the
foreground. Seems a bit small doesn't it?.
--

-Gord.
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Old October 17th 03, 03:40 PM
Keith Willshaw
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"Gord Beaman" wrote in message
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Steve Hix wrote:


Well, speaking of size, doesn't it look pretty small for an
RB-211?...I googled for info and found that the fan on a 211 is
6.5 feet in diameter. I realize that the fan is gonna be bigger
than the turbine/compressor discs but this one looks to be maybe
2.5 to 3 feet wide judging from the fireman's leg in the
foreground. Seems a bit small doesn't it?.


My brother, whos a turbine engineer tells me the inner compression
disks of this engine are between 29 and 41 inches in diameter
and it looks like that section to him. The IP compression
stage is behind the main fan which which would have taken the
brunt of any impact.

Keith


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Old October 17th 03, 04:42 PM
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"Keith Willshaw" wrote:


"Gord Beaman" wrote in message
.. .
Steve Hix wrote:


Well, speaking of size, doesn't it look pretty small for an
RB-211?...I googled for info and found that the fan on a 211 is
6.5 feet in diameter. I realize that the fan is gonna be bigger
than the turbine/compressor discs but this one looks to be maybe
2.5 to 3 feet wide judging from the fireman's leg in the
foreground. Seems a bit small doesn't it?.


My brother, whos a turbine engineer tells me the inner compression
disks of this engine are between 29 and 41 inches in diameter
and it looks like that section to him. The IP compression
stage is behind the main fan which which would have taken the
brunt of any impact.

Keith


Ok thanks Keith...I did notice in the info that I found that
there was a surprisingly large difference in diameter between the
fan and the other discs (just going by a sketch that I saw)
--

-Gord.
 




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