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History says black boxes are found


Black boxes are always found. OK, *almost* always. They're essentially indestructible, they're bright orange, they emit beacon signals. There's nothing extra-hot or extra-crushing about the World Trade Center situation that would present an especially daunting challenge to the survival of the flight data recorders. These boxes are probably the most findable things in the world. They find 'em in the ocean!

Source: Pilots for 911 Truth


Sometimes you have to look at a group of evidence at once in order to get a sense of it. Given the essential findability of the flight recorders, and considering also the testimony of firefighters who claim to have located them, and an anonymous NTSB staffer who claims that NTSB had them, plus some funny business with the flight data from the Pentagon flight...there's something rather suspicious going on with these black boxes.

Bottom line, me, I give it:

rather suspiciousrather suspiciousrather suspicious


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1. tnt 4 Jan 2008 03:48:16 PM

this is the 1st box and I'm wondering what the stars mean. Are 3 stars totally believable or unbelievable? Does 3 stars mean I believe they just weren't found or that they lied? Anyway, based on what you wrote, I think they lied.

2. john 4 Jan 2008 07:44:31 PM

One star means you're not impressed with the evidence, it does very little or nothing to convince you there was government complicity or government coverup or government lying -- government badness. Four stars means hey, slam dunk, the government is in this thing up to its ears.

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