It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.
Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.
Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.
2005 NIST found NO failed steel from THESE fires...YOU claim there is yet fail to provide.
And yet in the same year Underwriters Lab did tests of fire damage to WTC truss assemblies.
Place a 767 on the floor and tell me what the load factor is.
Let me guess, you don't have to provide any evidence for any of that because you're "just asking questions"?
How can you think this will get you anywhere?
So the plane just vanished? Its mass evaporated?? Really? I'm sure some physicists would like to have a word with you on that.
NCSTAR1A-3.2]"It is likely that much of the burning took place beyond the views of the windows"
"the damage from the debris from WTC 1 had little effect on initiating the collapse of WTC 7."
Shyam Sunder at NIST technical briefing
"the phenomenon that we saw on 9/11 that brought this particular building down was really thermal expansion, which occurs at lower temperatures."
originally posted by: Salander
a reply to: GenRadek
Its mass was applied to the structure horizontally, not vertically, at about 350knots. Several pieces of the landing gear and engines continued horizontally and came down on the street. LG and engines are a significant part of the mass of the aircraft.
The fuselage was shredded by the building.
And which direction was the mass applied 5 seconds after the impact?
Just a guess on my part but maybe on the floors? hmmmm?
"Other than initiating the fires in WTC 7, the damage from the debris from WTC 1 had little effect on initiating the collapse of WTC 7."
You're trying to drag it in that direction
I can see three flat-out factual errors in your post
Even if you weren't intellectually dishonest I doubt I'd bother discussing this with you. But since you clearly are I'll definitely leave it.
You don't have any credibility.
Because as a viewpoint it has hardly any credibility. By your own definition.