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Blog | My Twin Towers Report.
Well, I have to say I'm not much of a conspiracy theorist. In my life I have seen too much to know that various theories are true or false. But, since the 9/11 issue is still unresolved, here is my take on the matter.
It is important to note that this is just an Exposition. I am not stating that this is the 'true nature of events.' It is a summary of the most likely way an internal operation would be carried out if indeed, such is the case. Which it may or may not be, who is to know?
Having some degree of skill in architectural design (something i studied in graphic design) and also being something of a scientist (I studied physics and quantum physics) there are many interesting occurances with the Twin Towers incident.
Firstly, let us examine the compsition of the buildings themselves.
While Manhatten is not know for natural disasters such as earthquake, tornado and hurricanes, the twin towers themselves are built to a 'design spec'. All Skyscrapers above a certain height have to conform to the same design to be deemed safe. No matter where they are to be planted these specs must be met (and usually are without a second thought). Such specs have to include for the highest velocties of wind currently known (the force five hurricane) since windshear is generally greater the the higher the altitude. They also have to have enough tensile strength to bend slightly in the wind (no skyscraper is 100% solid) and to withstand minute changes in the earth's crust that, although undetected by your human senses, have a great impact on high rise structures over the passing of time. Usually when building something inhabited by people designers jump to the extreme and simply find it more cost effective to reproduce earthquake-proof calculations than to spend time going through a new set of calculations for that one specific area. This happens all over the US in particular.
The World Trace Centre itself recieved some special design overhaul upon construction to allow for the possibility that, at some point, the Russians might seek to cripple the US economy by bringing the towers down. During the time the only viable way the russians might have done this was by missile (launched from a ballistic missile submarines that were greatly superior to the US' Trident submarines). So extra care was taken into ensuring a missile attack would not bring down the buildings.
First question. What does a plane crashing into a building have to do with a missile attack?
Actually, everything since, in principle, they are the same thing. We will discuss why later.
Secondly, let us examine flight routes.
I happen to know a bit about flight routing since my father was a bit of a plane spotter and I have always had an interest in the princples of flight since a child.
The World Trade Centres are heavily off the beaten track as far as flight routes go and for exactly the reason to prevent planes or other objects flying into them, either by accident or purpose. Should any plane have flown offcourse and straight toward the World Trade Centre in a domestic circumstance, Air Traffic would have radioed to discover if there was a problem. Upon recieving no reply ATC (air traffic control) would have had more than enough time to radio the military and have a two plane F16 intercept scrambled and those F16's would have arrived on the scene long before the two planes that collided with the towers and would have been driven offcourse or shot down.
It would take 20.2 seconds for the 767's to get to the WTC, it takes 19.8 Seconds for a full scramble to intercept for an F16 provided it would come from McGuire AFB.
Thirdly let us examine the plane itself.
It is pretty much given fact now that the Boeing 767's were not commercial aircraft. All evidence has suggested that they were military aircraft (air force, to be exact) and that these aircraft had 'missiles' beneath them.
I know I'm a know it all, but the workings of the military mind are no mystery. There were NO missiles present on the 767's that attacked the WTC. The artefacts beneath the planes were, in fact, fuel tanks. Why?
A missile launch and guidance system of any calibre from the military would have survived, at least in part, the impact and would have been discovered. This would be unacceptable for any military coverup team. Fitting the 767's with fuel tanks provided the same calibre of explosion with a certain weight of fuel, but also became a means of being a weapon that would erase its own trace of existence. The mass of fuel would burn out and nothing terribly amiss would be discovered from the wreckage.
So, my standpoint on this is that the plane was a bomb itself.
I hear you ask: 'The pilot must have been crazy, right? I mean, to fly a plane into a building knowing he was going to die? How could the military do that to someone?'
I wish to draw your attention to the military application known as a 'Drone.' A drone is a military aircraft des
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[Nikon D70 Tamron 28-300VC ISO1250 > dcraw > Gimp]
Almost perfect timing, fairly easy shot handheld with the D70 & 28-300VC
The D70 is beating film fairly easy at this sort of thing, it gives me the best results about -1eV evaluative while with film, it pretty-much has to be shot "hot" to ensure a decent exposure. So with film this would mean a loss of at least a half-stop of speed. And that's with ISO1250 film not the ISO800 film I actually had, plus any resulting grain. I really would have to struggle to get this handheld with film, probably even with a tripod and obviously I wouldn't want to shoot it with ISO800 film off a tripod. Though probably Fuji over Kodak Gold because Kodak Gold is warm.
But for an ISO1250 handheld shot with a $85 subframe I'll take this any day of the week. And I got it at ISO800 at the same exposure. Another "win" for Nikon over your average DSLR that won't allow for fractional ISOs, another win for lens IS over body IS, another win for subframes over film. Just the right tool for the job, in this case. Though I can see having to drag my tripod out there to take this, just to see if it looks much better off a tripod at ISO200 or ISO400.
But now that it's warm again!!! The time for tripod-dragging may be *over* :)
The bike is back on the road :)
At least for this week.
And I've got so much crap in my car I haven't actually *seen* my tripod for months. Probably easier to just buy another one.
My "big" one is too big to carry on my bike, my little one is too short for this.
This shot basically needs "height".
Anyway as much as, philosophically, I don't like the expense of this lens, it's proving to be somewhat "indispensable" (haha) at least while its dark enough to require VR but there's still enough light to get handheld shots with it. Not like it could make a tripod totally unnecessary, and not like they don't become necessary real quick. But it does give me an extra 20min to half-hour of handheld shooting as the sun goes down, and obviously indoors and in the shade it comes in handy. But during the day it's just a big, heavy 28-300, even at F8-F11 I don't need the VR to get decent shots handheld at 300mm effective. Maybe F13+, but since I don't shoot macro that's not an issue at long focal-lengths.
So yeah it gives me angst about the cost & weight but proves very handy when I'm actually out shooting in the afternoon. Especially when I really cannot use the mini-tripod. When I *can* use it, I prefer to carry & shoot the non-VC 28-300. It's smaller, shorter, so much lighter, so much easier to maneuver and carry.
So much easier to replace if for some reason I break it.
Because it's so much cheaper.
My VC 28-300 cost me more than twice as much as my non-VC 28-300.
But it's either buy another non-VC 28-300 for the D70 and lose IS altogether, or buy an A700 and get a 12MP CMOS subframe with body-IS. I'm fully up for that option because it will be an excellent intermediary between the 500si and an A850. The D70 does just fine for me, but it means having to either carry that lens or buy a 2nd lens (longer than the 28-80) to use during the day and then carry the VC lens anyway or leave a $350 lens at home. The key is getting an a700 in decent shape for under $350 and getting enough out of it handheld to not miss the 28-300VC. It's not going to be as good as lens IS, I would lose at least a stop that way. But it should be like night and day in terms of carrying it. And yeah, that little bit of extra weight makes a difference. It just adds up over time. Trust me I see the opposite side of that very well but most of the time I would not actually be shooting the camera and lens, just carrying it. I might shoot it 30 minutes out of a day, two days a week if I'm lucky. The rest of the time it's just an expensive, heavy disaster waiting to happen.
But yes until I get a credible substitute? I have to carry the VR lens. At least sometimes. It's just too good. And a D700, why it's almost twice the weight of the D70 and LOL a mere 20x the price. You think it's really worth that for another stop maybe 2 more stops of speed? It's the same problem to the 3rd power.
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