Thanks Mark. Maybe this is indeed the needed breakthrough, especially the side by side views of the towers with the swapped out background.
Having people buy into the flying ball, or whatever it might actually be, may be another matter. But, in this regard, Ferrell has done some interesting investigation on the Nazi Bell Reactor and its possible relation to such objects, and to the possibility of micro-nuke explosives.
I had done a similar 2D analysis of the Pentagon strike, which on its own doesn't reveal very much, but makes one realize, as others claimed that the claimed flight path of the AA77 757 was next to impossible, especially for inexperienced and amateur pilots. Importantly, this highly irregular flight path would be highly likely to have failed because of its high speed relation to the terrain and the supposed objects that it must have had to hit (5 light poles, a retaining wall, and the electrical generator -- here I wont count the construction trailer filled with explosives). As I argued in Jerry's and mine Five Sided Fantasy Island
analysis this whole improbable approach to the building was predicated on the desire to provide positive footprints of a 757 having been along that path. Hence the light poles, the apparent engine impacts with the retaining wall and the electrical generator, and the pattern of damage to the exterior wall. All providing the proper dimensional spacing, and convenient to fake at this height.
Similar to the twin towers then, with the odd tenants in the impacts floors, not only was the Pentagon 'wedge' that was impacted having just undergone a complete overhaul (by a British contractor -and oddly only for that first wedge contract and not the remainder) but the entire bottom two floors were contiguously open from the outer wall to the back of the C Ring. The importance of this last is that this enabled all the stage magic to be hidden under the second floor roofing between the three rings.
As with the odd penetration of the tower shown, the famous hole in the C Ring was very clean and geometrically oval in the brick wall, perfectly placed between two structural columns. The intent of the oval was to provide the impression (and psychological impact) that a fuselage had indeed penetrated this far. But of course there was still a whole series of internal structural columns inside that would be shreding this fuselage to bits. The researcher Russell Pickering located a video of a shaped charge product made specifically for creating such clean holes in brick walls.
Left unexplained by the 'ball' is the appearance of wing impacts, but in the case of the Pentagon, we also argued that this same thing was staged.