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The first is a easy one. Can someone explain to me how with all the intense heat, and buildings pulverized, there was so much paper? Paper everywhere you look. Not even appearing to be burned around the edges or anything, though I'm sure some was. Just curious as to how this is possible.
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yet, we had cars melted from the heat blocks away. So, melts metal, paper escapes unscathed.
originally posted by: onehuman
Okay, I understand that pressure would have forced some of the paper out, yet, we had cars melted from the heat blocks away. So, melts metal, paper escapes unscathed.
I'm just very curious about the first three minutes of the video about building 6. It just seem so opposite of everything else that happened. It doesn't even appear to look like it really burned per say. At least to me, but I don't have a trained eye for that sort of thing.
originally posted by: TerryDon79
a reply to: AgarthaSeed
So a high/concentrated energy weapon?
I'm gonna be that guy.
Let's start with the obvious. There's no footage of any high/concentrated energy weapons coming from any angle. Remember the whole thing was caught on multiple cameras.
Now the more interesting part.
It vapourizes steel? But not all of it?
It vapourizes concrete? But not all of it?
It vapourizes bodies? But not all of them?
It vapourizes cars? But only some of them?
It vapourizes paper? But only some of it?
I could carry on going, but I won't.
ETA: If you did some research you'd find the steel was below standard, the construction was controlled by the mob so no doubt cut corners.