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originally posted by: MarioOnTheFly
a reply to: Bedlam
You wouldn't have believed the ping pong ball would do that at all, right?
well...initially...I would ask...what are the properties of the paddle, before expressing my conclusions.
I'm well aware that object with high velocity and enough mass can make much damage.
The interior walls and pillars were weaker than the exterior.
originally posted by: Zaphod58
a reply to: MarioOnTheFly
The aircraft turned into a debris cloud that expanded as it went through the building. It was no longer intact as it went through the outer wall. Some columns were hit, others weren't because the debris just went around it.
originally posted by: fireladdie
a reply to: Flatcoat
What S turns are you referring to...? news.uns.purdue.edu...
Here is Purdue University Engineering simulation of Flight 77 as it traveled through Pentagon
Show breakup and columns impacted