Talk:Timeline of the September 11 attacks

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Previous discussions without headers[edit]

  • After discussion, the timeline was restructured so that the pages were more even in size.

It might be useful to include more details and times. For example, exactly when was President Bush informed? When did he act, and what did he and others do in the first moments? When were various speeches and announcements made? Particularly, how many hours did it take before Osama bin Ladin was named as the suspect? External references documenting these times, where available, would help too.

I withdraw the above suggestion to add details to this page, having found additional timelines on other pages. Perhaps I can think of a way to make it more obvious to first time readers that this is but a summary timeline and details exist elsewhere.

Is the time in UTC? If not, what time is it? GMT +4 as local time? --Alexignatiou 10:14, 22 May 2006 (UTC)

I changed that United93 into a field, not into a farm. Maybe a farm field? I don't know. Besides. September 11 was never declared an international day of peace. September 21 was. The 11th is sometimes part of a peace-celebrations in this context. --Looskuh

Besides being a terrorist attack/hijacking, what does Indian Airlines Flight 814 have to do with the 9/11 attacks? The article doesn't mention any link. --Zarek 00:09, 12 March 2007 (UTC)

South Plane crash[edit]

I was watching a "truther" video to debunk it (I need a hobby) and one of the "proofs" was a video in which the person recording turns around when the plane crashes and the digital clock on the wall he faced was showing 9:04 at the exact moment the plane crashed. Yet it says 9:03 everywhere. The person who uploaded the "truther" video even used this article as a further "proof", saying the time in the video was inconsistent with the official timeline. Does this need a fix? Ishzark Klyon (talk) 02:04, 17 September 2017 (UTC)

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