Gary, On the actual slo-mo at the beginning, if you fast click start/stop video as the left wing is passing over the dark front face of the building you can see the wing tip passing across the lighter right face of the building and not behind it. In his frame grab he showed a highlight circle that made it seem like the left wing was coming behind the building.
When using a video cam in the bright sun at the drag races and panning quickly to dark shade I have seen the same effect while the camera takes a half second to auto adjust the aperture setting for the difference in light. It produces "artifacts" (defects) in the video that can be seen even better in slo-mo and especially in super slo-mo.
As for his his mention that no plane can make a exact cut out of the steel exoskeleton building, the architect had made it able to withstand a small aircraft impact at slow speed. This was a 300,000+ pound aircraft at over 400 mph so it sliced through the exterior steel plate like butter as it disintegrated while passing through and going out the other side. The concrete floors did the major desintegration as the aircraft angle had it passing through at least four floors.
It's a legit video with many artifacts due to changing light contrast and aperture.
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