How did those passports on 9/11 fly through the flaming fireball and collapsing masonry, to be found intact?

only hours after the event?

10 Comments on “How did those passports on 9/11 fly through the flaming fireball and collapsing masonry, to be found intact?

  1. Paper is lighter than air, steel is not.

  2. I saw a plastic straw imbedded 3 into a telephone poll after a tornado. Didn’t seem possible but….

  3. Explosions throw things outwards and don’t always destroy stuff….

    For example, they found part of the Jewish Bible carried by the Israeli Astronaut when the Columbia burned up during re-entry. Paper burns well but it also slows down fast in the air.

  4. Explosions mostly push not shred

  5. if not manufactured that day, i’d suspect the passport came from the 1 guy’s FBI roommate in california. he would have had access.

  6. go watch a Hiroshima documentary look at what was left intact. paper, stuffed animals, etc. all sorts of interesting items survived.

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