Originally Posted by yankee451
, please address the comments I made about this article, earlier:
Importantly, this document only lists one thing
that could go wrong if they don't use planes. There are, in fact, MANY things that could go wrong:
The people who did the CG artistry would show the world how they did it. If they couldn't take home the actual work files, they could re-create them if they are really that talented. (And, many in the industry are freakin' show-offs, you know!)
The staff of the TV production companies could alert everyone else that they were instructed to rehearse, then fake the disaster. There are thousands upon thousands of them, you know.
The timing of releasing the faked footage would be extremely tight, for something that needs to be rushed out in perfect visual order. Workflows and pipelines would need to be extremely refined and optimized across many departments for something like that to happen. A LOT could go wrong in that chain, to throw the whole thing off.
They would need to insert fake plane parts into the wreckage without being noticed, after the buildings came down, for clean up crew to find; adding another complication.
What if the volunteer staff of the clean up crew starts finding missile fragments? You have to clean up the mess, to remove all of those, before you have people cleaning up the mess!
You have to fake the identities of ALL of the passengers who were killed, and hire actors to play their distraught friends, family members, and co-workers. Without arousing any suspicion.
Etc. I think others on this thread could come up with even more.
This makes no sense to me.
Why would the perps care if any passengers survived, to tell the world what they saw?! They saw their plane being hijacked... which is exactly
the story the perps wanted to convey!
The REAL problem with using planes is that the passengers might protest, and take the hijackers down before the plane reaches their target... which did happen to one of them, in fact.
But, that was only after
the first three crashed into their targets. Before that, it was plausible for the passengers to think that the hijackers weren't on a suicide mission.