Friday, March 16, 2007

AIRPHONES

so, when it became proven that cellphone calls could not have been made on 11/09/01, the defenders of the deception promoted the notion that the calls from the aircraft were made from the airphones.

once again, i am compelled to ask, have any of you ever been on a commercial aircraft and used an airphone?

i ask this because i put this issue to some researchers and none knew that in order to make an AIRPHONE call, you must swipe a credit card....the call cannot be initiated until a credit card is accepted.

as the defenders of the usg's prevarications would have you believe it, all one would have to do is pick up the airphone and dial....virtually an instantaneous connection.

doesn't work that way.

as i view the timings of the calls, correlated to the purported timings of the hijacking events, this has to be fictional. consider that on flight 93 a call is completed within a minute of the purported seizure of the aircraft.

since that call could not have been a cellphone call, it must have been an airphone call. but, no airphone call could have been initiated that rapidly.

think on the airphone process....and the timing.

1. the phone is removed from its fixture.

2. a wallet would have to be removed to obtain a credit card.

3. the credit card would have to be swiped and the airphone service provider would have to approve it.

having used airphones, this would take longer than a minute.

4. if approved, then the call would have to be completed.

5. my experience with airphones is that they rarely are operative. and generally, if they are operative, it will take more than 5 minutes to effect a connection. this reality does not jibe with the official timing.

6. since a credit card must be used to make an airphone call, there must be credit card records of these calls. have these been provided? are they available for review?

i seem to recall that verizon, the inheritor of gte's airphone business, refused to make 11/09/01 airphone records available....calling them an invasion of the callers' privacy. is that how it ended?

no telephonic records made public?

5 Comments:

Blogger Al Coa said...

It's amazing the straws you must grasp at to satiate your desire to believe.

Again, laughable and sad at the same time.

8:56 PM  
Blogger albertchampion said...

well, have you ever used an airphone?

do you know how they work?

11:49 PM  
Blogger Mooser said...

Al, baby, when you criticise the 9-11 story you are not criticising a record which can be checked, or even a narrative, you are criticising a liturgy!

And you ought to know better than that. Next, you'll qestion the Gospels!

Let us review and ponder an ecclesiastical anecdote which (I'm sure we all will agree) is particularly illuminating in this context:

Erasmus, the famous humanist, meets St. Thomas Aquinas in a small village in Germany and hails him:

Erasmus: 'Quinas, I's got proof you is shit!
St Thomas: How so, humanist knave!
Erasmus: My major premise is, shit's brown. My minor premise is you's brown. My conclusion therefore must be: You is shit! Q.E. fuking D.!
St Thomas: Yeah? Whas' your historical reference?
Erasmus: My historical reference? You always been shit!


The 9-11 story always been shit, from the very beginning.

12:56 PM  
Blogger albertchampion said...

YES, SEE MY ESSAY ON FAITH.

11:09 PM  
Blogger Mooser said...

What St. Thomas Aquinas didn't know about faith wasn't worth knowing. And he would be the first to tell you so!
Sort of like al-coa, if you get my drift.
Erasmus, on the other hand, was a cool dude, before cool dudes were cool. What a guy!
al-coa is not like Erasmus.

8:49 PM  

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