In both of these photos, the brightness of the explosions seems somehow inconsistent with the brightness/contrast of the foregrounds. In particular it seems that the explosion in the left photo should reduce the brightness and contrast of the building directly in front of it. But it doesn't.
posted on 08/06/2006 7:16:58 AM PDT
I remember seeing that first photo when it was released, that is quite a fireball , kind if odd isn't it..then the peacock like smoke plumes coming off the fireball... very designed if you ask me.
The fireball in the photo on the left looks like a secondary explosion of fuel or some type of explosive. Also, I don't think debris would fly over a hundred feet into the air (the 5 or 6 story building in front of the fireball must be at least 45 - 55 ft tall including the roof), unless there was a large amount of fuel or explosives.
The smoke in the picture on the right, looks like it may be burning rubber. I've seen a used tire storage burning, and the smoke from that site was black and very thick.
posted on 08/06/2006 7:44:31 AM PDT
(The media and the democrats are the biggest supporters of the terrorists.)
In post 35 it shows debris shooting skyward in the immediate aftermath of the initial hit. It also shows black smoke rising. The black smoke would be the result of fires burning from the initial impact. There is no way the secondary fire could be up and burning to that height while the original explosion was only a fraction of a second prior. It would appear we have and explosion photoshoped on the background of a burning fire. Perhaps both are photoshoped?
posted on 08/06/2006 8:40:48 AM PDT
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Plus the gunman looks like he has black outline all around his body.
posted on 08/06/2006 8:45:41 AM PDT
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