<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>Just six? Boy, you got smart people at your facility, poly!<p><hr></blockquote><p>No, just a bad arm. The Tommy john surgery didn't work out so well. <br><br>
In the uncountable links I've followed over the past five years, there have been about as many PhD's, if not more, that say the commission report is physically impossible. The smart ones don't claim to know what really happened because it's all speculation. They do know what couldn't happen.<br><br>BTW... we all think our words are taken a little out of context. I don't think any of us is quite as closed minded as our words make us sound.<br><br>If you, or anyone, were to concentrate on one flaw in the report or incident of that day that totally didn't make sense to you, and research the hell out of it, you may be able to prove it true or false once and for all. I did that with Building 7. Not only does the 911 commission all but ignore it... what it does speculate at they make clear is inconclusive. The evidence I've found overwhelmingly proves their speculation is complete nonsense.<br><br>
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