Wednesday, November 09, 2005
Saturday, November 05, 2005
Comparison of Craters
The Smell of Death
A hand and leg lay on the ground. No identifiable bodies could be seen but the smell of death hung close.-- a description of the recent airliner crash scene in Nigeria.
This is quite different from the flight 93 "crash scene", where almost no human remains were apparent near the crash site and NO ONE reported any death smell.
The official story is that the human remains were not visible because the bodies were almost completely burned upon impact of the plane and the subsequent explosion:
As coroner, responsible for returning human remains, Miller has been forced to share with the families information that is unimaginable. As he clinically recounts to them, holding back very few details, the 33 passengers, seven crew and four hijackers together weighed roughly 7,000 pounds. They were essentially cremated together upon impact. Hundreds of searchers who climbed the hemlocks and combed the woods for weeks were able to find about 1,500 mostly scorched samples of human tissue totaling less than 600 pounds, or about 8 percent of the total.But if 6000 pounds of human flesh burned, WOULDN'T IT SMELL ABSOLUTELY HORRIBLE at the crash site?
But instead, people who arrived at the scene very shortly after the crash only spoke of the smell of jet fuel and the smell of burning rubber from a burning tire. No one spoke of the smell of burnt flesh-- which is a very distinct and horrible smell.
Very very odd-- and along with the fact that the coroner never saw any blood anywhere, supports the idea that the human remains were planted, and the flight 93 crash site faked.