Nicely fallen items (placed)? on the grass there! do they even belong to the 757? again some can accept it that they were part of the plane some may argue this: You're joking, right? Just practicing your trollcraft? Additional to the fact that this represents less than 0.1 % of the volume of the alleged plane, what evidence is there that any of this was once part of a Boeing 757? Plenty. And not any 757, the 757 of Flight 77. It could be from anything. We know that something hit the Pentagon, that there was an explosion, and that where there is an explosion there will be debris of some sort. This debris is totally unidentifiable, and itâs volume is too insignificant to address the problem of unaccounted for wreckage Supporters of the 757 theory claim this fragment to be wreckage from AA 77, citing the AA colors as proof. In truth, it is the alleged AA colors which indicate that this cannot be part of the alleged plane... Clearly painted sections survive most crashes, as shown in the crash photos. But in those cases, no one is alleging an explosion catastrophic enough to vaporize 100 tons of plane. Where is this total vaporization theory coming from? They break up and perhaps burn a bit. In really fierce crashes, some of the plane may actually be destroyed, but even in these cases, tons of reasonably intact wreckage remains. You mean like the Flight 93? Not much there. WTC? Not much there. Someone quoted Lockerbie earlier, that plane stopped flying and fell to the ground at terminal velocity of 100+ MPH. That's why big pieces were intact. Here, the plane was going at least 250 and hit an immovable object. So these scenarios are consistent with the recovery of painted sections, even in bad crashes. The allegation that this brightly painted fragment survived is irreconcilable with the claim that 99.99% of the plane was vaporized. What evidence is there that the plane was completely "vaporized?" Thereâs a further problem with this piece of wreckage. The colors are wrong anyway. Take a close look at the color scheme used by American Airlines. First, note that the alleged wreckage has a white stripe next to red which is of a larger area than the white stripe. Note the absence of any blue stripe.Now letâs look at some actual AA plane photos and youâll see that that this color scheme isnât used. Except possibly in the American Airlines lettering on the top front part of the fuselage, Note that the striped color scheme which the crude fake has attempted to copy... Whoever designed and planted this fake, didnât think it through. Does the above make sense? None at all. During manufacture, every single piece of an aircraft is numbered. Next you'll be saying that the conspirators dug up Boeing's manufacturing records and numbered these "fake" pieces to match. Plus, now you have another whole crew to keep silent for the rest of their lives.