I went ahead and transcribed part 4 (hopefully you can use it eventually, but if not might use it for another purpose).
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20:46 (beginning part 4)
Reynolds: Now arguably the plane fraud is even more important than the kind of technology they used to 'dustify' the World Trade Center. The reason is that the mass media, the corporate, the captive media are obviously in on it. In other words they sold a lie , they showed video fakery, ok, to make you believe that planes went in there.
Bill Pitts/NIST: I don't have any problem with it. I know you guys are still trying what you're seeing, and I don't blame you because I looked at it too and to me it's still amazing that the building just ate the plane. It's amazing that the fires didn't start initially when it first went through, you guys are correct about that. Obviously the fuel got pretty deep into the building, where there was an ignition source. And um... it's miraculous when you look it. That both planes were the same way. And I still feel the same way.
Reynolds: The way I like to put it is I've got a sledgehammer in the basement here, 9.5 lbs. You put me up on a Boeing 767 or 757 for 15 minutes. It will be unflyable. 9.5 pounds of steel. When I flew up to Seattle I was on a 767, and I was over the wing, I was watching as we approached the airport. It's quite a ballet of actuators, moving flaps and panels, and all over the wing are markings, 'no step.' No step. In other words, a 200-lb man can go up there and create some damage walking on that wing, ok. So these planes they don't have any crash ratings do they Kevin? So they uh, and you know the ace in the hole for doing it this way is that they have control of media. They can psy-op you to death.
'Objects react to collisions'
'Long torsional buckling away from the crash zone.'
'Remote deforming of structural integrity'
'It's almost like a Hollywood movie.'
'This is real life.'
Harley guy: 'reamed right into the side of twin towers, exploding through the other side.'
'It just rammed into the other tower.'
Construction worker: 'it seemed like it wasn't even real.'
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Narrator: I mean, there's no doubt there were no planes. The videos are fake. I do displays in my home all the time. I can prove to anybody they're fake.
Narrator: This way they can cover up a lot of things because they have control of the mainstream media. That's the real secret here.
Hill: Planes can't just meld into steel-framed structures.
Keith: Planes don't meld into steel and concrete buildings, they crash against them.
Gumbel: And unfortunately here in New York, many of our local stations cannot see this becuase the antennas are on the WTC. The backup towers are on the Empire State Building. But communication, television communication in New York is probably pretty much knocked off the air.
Anchor: I just want to say something we're looking at a picture here where it appears, because of the angle I think, that the towers are leaning, and I don't think that that is actually the case because after the first impact it looked as if the left-hand, right-hand tower was leaning, and now someone is saying, we're getting a witness who's saying they are leaning actually right now, which will give you an idea of the type of impact we're talking about.
Anchor 2: And that perhaps that they're buckling under the force, of, of...
Ryan: Apparently a large plane according to that eyewitness Jim Friedl, vantage point from Hoboken, that as you look at the picture from our chopper now arriving at the scene. Jim Friedl in Hoboken said it appeared to bank sharply and smash directly, perhaps purposefully, into...oh my goodness, there's another one. Oh my goodness there's another one.
Anchor 2: This seems to be on purpose.'
Ryan: Oh my goodness, now you, now we have a terrorist attack of proportions that we cannot begin to imagine at this juncture. My...goodness. A second plane now has crashed into the other tower.
Anchor: To be honest Elliot, I didn't get the impression that it was that big a plane.
Reporter: 'It looked big from here.'
Anchor: I did see a plane go by a second ago though and it has now impacted the building.
Anchor: I'm trying to see if it's the different tower.
(so obvious the false binary that's being set up here, big/small north tower/south tower)
Reynolds: A plane does not melt into a steel and concrete building, like the videos show.
DeMartini: The building was designed to have a fully loaded 707 crash into it. That was the largest plane at the time. I believe that the building probably could sustain multiple impacts of jetliners because this structure is like the mosquito netting on your screen door. This intense grid. And the jet plane is just a pencil puncturing that screen netting. It really does nothing to the screen netting.
Reporter: I don't know whether we've confirmed whether this is an aircraft, or to be more specific, some people said they thought they saw a missle. I don't know how people could differentiate but we might keep open the possibility that this was a missile attack.
Ryan: Ollie, I must say that we have an eyewitness who said that it was a large plane that crashed first and then as we were watching the live picture here in the studio, we saw a plane crash into the other tower of the World Trade Center. and again let's just, to be sure...there it is. There it is. The plane went right through the other tower of the World Trade Center.
Anchor 2: That is a very hard thing to watch.
'These pictures are frightening indeed.'
'You have reached the Boeing company.'
Hill: Hi Ms. Hazzard?
Hill: Hi my name's Jeffrey Hill. Well, the question is, I think it's probably a rather simple one, is it has to do with the maximum speed of a 767-200 at 700 feet altitude.
Hazzard: For a 200?
Hill: Yeah, I had asked some people and they assumed it would be about 250 miles per hour.
Hazzard: That sounds, that sounds pretty likely, because at 35,000 feet it's 530 miles per hour.
Hill: So there's no way that it could be going 500 miles an hour at 700 feet altitude then.
Hazzard: (Laughs) Not a chance. Not that fast. Typical cruise speed is 530.
Hill: I had talked to an aerospace engineer and he had helped design the shaker system for Boeing that tested for resonant frequencies and stuff, and he said that there was no way.
Keith: Anyway I also contacted friends of mine that were still working at Boeing because I know airplanes can't fly very fast at sea level.
Hazzard: This is why we fly at higher altitudes.
Keith: When the engine (unintelligible) the rotation of the turbine, the air, they can't suck the air in, and they start acting as a brake.
Hazzard: Yeah, it would be like a rocket.
Keith: They're built to fly at over 30,000 feet, and when you're at 700 feet altitude the air is so thick the plane maxes out. The sensors on the plane, the power plant will max out at 700 feet altitude at 530 mph, in other words, it can't fly that fast.
Hazzard: Right, that seems to go with what the other fellow told me. There's a lot to what he said about how thin the air gets at higher altitudes, which is why we fly at higher altitudes.
Hill: I could just say they wouldn't be able to, that that speed would be impossible at that altitude more or less.
Narrator: People don't realize that to hand fly an airliner at those speeds is extremely difficult. It's very hard to hand-fly an airplane at those speeds.
Witness: Moving away from the building I heard a loud explosion and saw the second tower go up in flames.
I stopped adding in most of the caption text that appears on screen (in most cases they're simple sentences and phrases).
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