My name is Michael and although I initially registered quite a while ago, I must have waited too long to post here because my username and password had expired. My bad. So I reregistered last night.
I’m in the midst of debating the events of 9/11 on a poetry board to which I belong, The Arcanum Café
, which has an Open Discussion Forum, I’m trying to back up the fact that the engines on Flight 77 could not have disintegrated.
I’ve been looking frantically for information about the dimensions of Flight 77’s engines. The people with whom I’m debating make the same old claim that the Boeing 757 was traveling so fast that the impact all but disintegrated the aircraft. I know that’s BS and I have other damning evidence connected to Flight 77.
However, the tempered steel engines would not have “disintegrated”. I know that. I do want to present some technical specs, engine weight, size, etc. that would negate the “disintegration” theory.
I’ve read both of Griffin’s books and I’m almost positive that the specs are in there, but as I’m frantically trying to find the information, I’m sure that I’m passing over it.
So, I decided to take the easy way out and ask in this forum.
I hope that someone can help.