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Apparently you have not looked into the aviation principles of aircraft and their capabilities with regard to air speed and altitude. The planes they claim were used in this travesty would have been structurally incapable of doing anything other than falling apart
Douglas DC-8 Test Flight
Over the testing range at Edwards Air Force Base, a four-engined Douglas DC-8 was put into a shallow dive from 52,090 feet (which incidentally was an altitude record for a passenger aircraft) at a speed of around mach 0.8 (80% of the 'local' speed of sound), followed by F-100 and F-104 chase planes to test the flight characteristics of a new wing design. By just over 41,000ft it had broken the sound barrier - the first time this had been done by a passenger aircraft.
when striking a steel structure, they would have crumbled and fallen to the ground in pieces, not dissolved into the building.
Aluminum and the World Trade Center Disaster
Aluminum was present in two significant forms at the World Trade Center on 9-11:
(i) By far the largest source of aluminum at the WTC was the exterior cladding on WTC 1 & 2. In quantitative terms it may be estimated that 2,000,000 kg of anodized 0.09 aluminum sheet was used, in the form of 43,600 panels, to cover the facade of each Twin Tower.
No they are not. They are demolished with the use of military grade nano-thermite.
Buildings catch on fire everyday all over the world and burn for much longer periods of time and they still do not fall into a pile of dust and molten steel with fires that burn for weeks.
... and they still do not fall into a pile of dust and molten steel with fires that burn for weeks.
Queensbury warehouse fire still smoldering two days after start
Officials say Caldwell plant fire smoldered for days
Packing shed fire will continue to smolder for next few days
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I knew this would be a volatile subject as it always is. Easier to keep believing something than to admit you were deceived.