Men Always Lie About Size
At the 22 minute mark, Loose Change, referring to the damage at the Pentagon claims "The only damage to the outer wall is a single hole, no more than 16 feet in diameter." Oh really, here is a picture of the Pentagon. It is a bit hard to see through the smoke (click to enlarge), but that hole is a hell of a lot bigger than 16 feet. Compare it to the firetruck and firefighters just in front of it.
If you look at the damage after the fire is put out, you also see the extent of the damage. Look at how much rubble is piled up in the front. It is quite obvious the hole is around 30-40 meters across, which amazingly also happens to be the wingspan of a 757. What an amazing coincidence!
Purdue University, interestingly enough, came out with a computer simulation of the crash. It almost exactly mimics the damage, a wide hole in the outer ring, growing increasingly smaller through 2 more rings. You can see it here.
Update: The official estimate according to the ASCE report is 90 feet, which is pretty close to me 30-40 meter rough guess, and a really long way from 16 feet. Warning to moonbats, read this report at your own risk, it contains lots of engineering terms and actual science.
The width of the severe damage to the west facade of the Pentagon was approximately 120 ft (from column lines 8 to 20). The projected width, perpendicular to the path of the aircraft, was approximately 90 ft, which is substantially less than the 125 ft wingspan of the aircraft. An examination of the area encompassed by extending the line of travel of the aircraft to the face of the building shows that there are no discrete marks on the building corresponding to the positions of the outer third of the right wing. The size and position of the actual opening in the facade of the building (from column line 8 to column line 18) indicate that no portion of the outer two-thirds of the right wing and no portion of the outer one-third of the left wing actually entered the building.