Yes thanks, I'm fully aware that G forces have a contributing effect on air speed to more likely precipitate a breakup. I don't need to be a pilot to know that, it's elementary physics. Like I said, I don't know if the plane should have broken up or not, it was merely one of thousands of question about the official narrative. That question actually should have been answered by the manufacturer but the manufacturer was never asked by any official investigation, like thousands of other questions that were never researched by any official investigation. There is no NTSB report and no FBI report, it's all CLASSIFIED because knowing the answers would "jeopardize our safety", we could all die a horrible death. As stated, I ask questions about the official narrative, those who bought it ask questions of the questioners and ask no questions about the official narrative. Worse, some of them are incessant apologists, believe they have every single answer even though the narrative is demonstrably whole cloth and even stoop down to the level of ridiculing the questioners. You haven't got a single clue, you're just regurgitating what you believe is true from out of that whole cloth. I'm not that easy. Unless and until they forensically and meticulously identify every single piece of physical debris allegedly recovered at the Pentagon (that can be identified) and produce a detailed report that conclusively matches all those identifiable pieces to AA77, there is NO conclusive evidence that AA77 was anywhere near the Pentagon at any time on 9/11/01. Accepting anything on faith from a proven pathological lying entity known as the US government is just not within the scope of anything that I would call intelligent. In fact, my position always begins with they're lying, because that's what they nearly ALWAYS do for every major event. I agree with this guy (RIP).