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originally posted by: mrscary3721
They all [a] fell at near free-fall speed into their own footprint
(I won't even mention the extra equipment obviously attached to the underside),
Why post such easily disproven silly stories?
a/ Only WTC 7 fell at free fall speed for a short time due to the way it was constructed, as for WTC 1 & 2 just watch the collapse, you can clearly see the debris falling at free fall speed, the building collapse being much slower
originally posted by: Informer1958
The fact is, WTC 1 & 2 was blasted up and outward over 600 feet in every direction.
Good grief, the silly stories that some people come out with! Now they think some WTC buildings were blown up and outward!
New York Fire Department (FDNY) personnel,
trained to assess fires’structural hazards, had no
reason to expect total collapse, Brookman writes.
Scott notes that several steel-framed towers have
burned longer, hotter – and much more intensely
without collapse. “As engineers we know what fire
can do to steel and what it can’t.”
“Over 100 recorded witnesses reported hearing
and seeing multiple explosions,” Rice wrote.9
Brookman cites “numerous eyewitness accounts,
including the FDNY oral histories, of secondary
explosions ... well below the impact floors.” His letter
to Congressional representatives describes “explosive
clouds of dust and debris moving horizontally and
vertically.” Brookman added: “That does not look
anything like a heat-induced, gravitational collapse
mechanism.” Rice notes that “perimeter columns
weighing several tons each were ejected laterally up to
 feet.” His conclusion: “Not possible without
originally posted by: MotherMayEye
a reply to: gazzerman
Neither of the things in your mind are correct.
I wondered why someone could just leave a snarky response wondering why your OP was worthy of S&Fs, when that is clearly not the topic of your OP, after I saw two comments disappear for being 'off-topic' that were actually discussing the subject.
Geez. Talk about paranoid.
originally posted by: tinymind
a reply to: gazzerman
It may be a bit "off topic" to ask a question but have you never heard of a "flash furnace".
These are handy little devices which don't take up much space so they are easily placed in any office.
When documents are to be disposed of, one would simply place them into the drawer and push a bottom.
A heating device inside raises the temperature to aproximately 1000 degrees and everything turns to ashes.
Then a little fan comes on and blows the burn gasses and any ashes which are left out a vent, usually through a window.
It is very hard to piece together ashes in an attempt to recover documents.
This is much cheaper and less dangerous than explosives.
Would it be more prudent to dispose of the files this way or blow up a building, with people inside?
originally posted by: babybunnies
What happened to the investigation into the $2 TRILLION in missing funds from the Pentagon budget?
originally posted by: hellobruce
What missing $2b trillion? Only silly truthers claim that money was missing.