DeeJay wrote:I've just terribly offended and hurt a very good friend who has sent me these links and asked me if all these people were not real, if the towers were really empty. He has heard about "conspiracy theories" before but never from someone he respects.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JzKI9TBR ... re=related (especially this one…)
"PEOPLE" HANGING OUT OF WINDOWS
Incontrovertible proof of sloppy digital compositing
I will use the video you linked to above (the "worst one", as you rightly call it) to prove beyond any shadow of doubt that those images of people leaning out of those façades are utterly fake - or, in any case, that they simply cannot represent images captured at the World Trade Center. Firstly, let's take a look at a couple of pre-9/11 pictures of the WTC. As you will see, what I am interested to illustrate and to establish - are the relative proportions of the external structure of the WTC façade:
Here is a view of the pre-9/11 WTC façade itself - as we should see it in the 9/11 imagery:
The problem is that the 9/11 imagery depicts nothing even remotely similar to the above :
Now, whatever perspective issues we have here related to this low viewing angle (which would certainly compress the height versus the width of the windows - I'm well aware of that) it would hardly account for such a dramatic height/width discrepancy. Moreover, there is frankly no explanation as to why that spandrel height - adjacent to the below window - should be 10% taller than expected.
Any doubts as to the fakeness of these purported "WTC façade images" should be dispelled by this other, wholly absurd shot :
I hope this settles the matter for your hurt and offended friend - and for you too. In my humble opinion, the only thing one should feel offended for, is the offensively piss-poor job on the part of the (undoubtedly well-paid) folks recruited to manufacture the 9/11 CGI illusion.
As you may agree, this is all very easy to comprehend - even for a little child. It would be childish for any adult person to whine and protest when faced with incontrovertible evidence which happens to clash with his/hers preconceived beliefs, don't you think?
This photo was, according to its author Andrew Morang, snapped in 1995 from the top of the 22-story Vista Hotel:
http://worldofdecay.blogspot.it/2011/09 ... later.html