BOTH ENGINES FELL FROM THE AMERICAN AIRLINES AIRBUS AND THE TAIL WAS RIPPED OFF BEFORE IT CRASHED IN NEW YORK. INVESTIGATORS TALK OF "WAKE TURBULENCE" CAUSED BY A JUMBO JET THAT TOOK OFF AHEAD OF IT. NICE TRY, GUYS.

"National Transportation Safety Board investigators said Thursday that wake turbulence from a second plane could have snapped the tail from the doomed airliner, leaving the pilots unable to control the aircraft."

Or it was struck by a beam weapon from the Brookhaven National Laboratories on Long Island.

"There were no marks on the fin section or the rudder," National Transportation Safety Board member George Black told CNN. "We haven't found any other evidence of any impact with any foreign object. It appears to be some sort of aerodynamic effect."

Or it was struck by a beam weapon from the Brookhaven National Laboratories on Long Island.

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