The Official StoryHijacked Jets Destroy Twin Towers and Hit Pentagon By SERGE SCHMEMANN
Published: September 12, 2001 NY Times
The NY Times has a cool feature where you can click on any artical and it takes you to a print version fromtheir archives.
There is much more inside this edition that can be seen if you have an original newspaper copy.The following pictures are from my personal copy...
The NY Times already had diagrams of collapse causes
How in the world did they get all of this information and have it ready for publication the next morning? Isn't this basically the elements of the official story that is parroted by the powers that be today?
Many people don't understand this, while video evidence plainly shows that the building did not, as named, "collapse", but disintegrated from the top down in a "progressive collapse". The NY Times plainly shows this, but omits any explanation for explosive activity which has come to light by the examination of evidence at Ground Zero.
CGI Computer Generated Image?
Also from the 911 pictorial book Image by Robert ClarkNote that the plane shown here is dark gray devoid of color or light and shadow, while the rest of the photo shows plenty of detail.
Robert Clark — professional photographer
The photos were shot from the roof of 475 Kent Ave., according to Clark in a phone interview by Jeff Hill. (EDIT: previously this page said "65 S 11th St, Williamsburg, according to researcher YougeneDebs." Coincidentally, UA175 videographer Chris Hopewell (aka Tinacart) has been pinpointed at the same block (building?). (40d 42m 27.90s N, 73d 58m 00.88s W. Ground elevation is 29ft; 6 story building) Again coincidentally, one of three people to capture the first plane "on film" - Wolfgang Staehle - was located also at 475 Kent Ave.
"Robert Clark is a freelance photographer based in New York City and works with the world's leading magazines and major publishing houses, as well as on cutting edge advertising campaigns.
His work has won numerous international awards, graced the covers of several magazines, including more than a dozen covers of National Geographic and 40 book covers. His work has appeared in numerous publications, including Time, Sports Illustrated, French Geo, Vanity Fair, Stern, Der Spiegel.
Clark witnessed the attack on the World Trade Center from his rooftop in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn. His photos captured the second plane hitting the tower and his four picture series was published in magazines around the world. His coverage on September 11th was recognized at the World Press Awards in Amsterdam. He received a National Magazine Award for Best Essay in his National Geographic cover article, 'Was Darwin Wrong?'
Currently involved with a variety of projects, Clark continues his association with National Geographic as well as a book documenting the birth of the science of evolution. He lives in Brooklyn, New York with his wife Lai Ling."
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This is from the original photo except for being enlarged. I enlarged the plane using paint program.
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Looking for another high resolution image at - robertclarkphoto.com
But all I could find
is a low resolution image
So I guess that the pod could have been added after the fact as well as a newer and more improved CGI. Or did the original image show a real plane and did it have pod or not?