In determining what happened to the passengers and planes on 9/11, I consider the many falsehoods of the official report. I disregard the official theory and start from scratch to find the answers to these questions. At the end of the longer essay, I conclude a number of things, most notably that no hijackers participated.
I rely upon Bureau of Transportation Statistics records, which indicate clearly that two of the flights associated with 9/11, United 175 and United 93, were scheduled to fly that day and that the other two flights, American 11 and American 77, were not scheduled. The BTS records are half of the key to determining where the planes went. The other half is the proof that none of the targets (World Trade Centers One and Two, the Pentagon and Shanksville) were struck by any planes resembling the ones allegedly used for these four flights.
The following are the series of if-then propositions that I constructed as to the planes and passengers and my reasoning for using the assumptions that I made:
Fact: Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS) shows
that United Airlines Flight 11 and American Airlines Flight 77 were not logged
as having taken off that day from Boston or Dulles, respectively, as the
official theory states they do.
IF Flights 11 and 77 were not scheduled, then neither 11 nor 77 flew
It would be unlikely for plotters to use planes that were not scheduled to be used on September 11th. Of course the plotters could have arranged to use unscheduled flights, but how would the passengers have learned of them without being suspicious or without being involved?
Plotters could have had the idea that controlling two planes was much easier than controlling four. They may then have decided to pretend that two other flights were used by using false "blips" on the Federal Aviation Administration computer screens, by taking advantage of simulations going on throughout the east coast (including Delta 89, now widely thought to be a simulated flight used to distract from others) and by faking phone calls from planes that did not fly.
IF passengers actually went on flights, then the passengers may be accounted for
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