Taking the FBI up on their request for help from the public, Mike Adams did exactly what needed to be done, here. Using the timecodes from the clearly-audible cellphone videos of the Las Vegas Shooting, he measured the times when the bullets are heard hitting the pavement versus their “reports,” when coming out of the gun barrels.
Yes that’s plural. Using basic Junior High School geometry, he took 1) the approximate speed of bullets traveling out of the guns (975 meters/sec., based on a Remington rifle, so not an exact match for the guns used but roughly 3X faster than sound); versus 2) the speed of sound at 20% humidity (345 meters/sec.); 3) the low-pitched report sounds; versus 4) the high-pitched pavement strikes. Finding the difference between all of these, he was able to calculate that one shooter of that evil sustained automatic gunfire that we’ve all now heard so many times was indeed shooting at the same distance from the festival audience as the Mandalay Bay hotel tower, at 425-475 meters away, while a second shooter was clearly closer to the targeted concertgoers, at 250-275 meters away. This doesn’t rule out additional shooters firing from these same general distances.
He proposes three locations for the “second shooter” on the opposite side of the concert venue. Based on what we see and hear in this video, I’d go with the second location that he proposes, somewhere in the direction of the vacant lot across Giles Street or the Oasis Apartments, located diagonally to the audience.
The FBI and the Mainstream Media want to pretend that people are so dumbed-down and math-challenged that they can’t figure out something as basic and straightforward as this, hewing stubbornly to their idiotic and easily disprovable claims that one “Lone Nut” somehow committed this atrocity. The contempt for science and common sense on display have been a replay of so many violations that we saw on 9/11. One wonders if citizen investigators like Mike Adams will be able to own the narrative or get streamrolled by the lying government once again.