posted on Jun, 2 2014 @ 04:49 PM
a reply to: Zaphod58
As to jet engines, consider that in the early days most of them had centrifugal compressor sections. They functioned, but the design was improved to
axial compressors, a far superior design, and today you won't find a modern engine with centrifugal compressors.
Just as the first mainframe computers required an entire room and a bunch of punch cards to make it work, today's computers fit in a wrist watch.
You know what I mean.
I suspect similar advances have been made in nuclear technology. I would be my last dollar that similar advances have been made.
That, because what was observed at WTC was NOT the result of burning office furnishings, as the official reports said.
What was observed there is very consistent with a nuclear event(s) of some sort.