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originally posted by: Mandroid7
originally posted by: elementalgrove
a reply to: AnkhMorpork
To me it seems that it would defy physics for bones caught in official lie of a "pancake theory" would be able to make their way to a roof top like the Deutsche Bank!
Kind of reminds me of the physics defying passport that made its way to the ground!
I don't buy the official story either, but you don't know much about physics if you think millions of tons of steel and concrete falling like a pancake would not displace the air in between the floors. It can only go outwards.
Ever jump on a juicebox? It would smash everything in there to dust, including fragile bones.
I would test the fragments for traces, before using bones found nearby as proof of explosives.
There was a rumor of aluminum oxide found in dust, was that ever debunked?
metal oxide phases have been identified including phases rich in Al, Ti, Pb, Bi, Mo, Zr, Sn, Cu, and others.
The revelation that “several portions of remains” recovered from the Pentagon and Shanksville ended up in a landfill was mentioned briefly on the latter pages of a report released Tuesday after an investigation led by retired Army Gen. John P. Abizaid.
The report said that the Sept. 11 remains in question “could not be tested or identified,” apparently because they were too small or charred to allow for DNA analysis. The remains were cremated and then mixed with biomedical waste at the Dover mortuary, where they were given to a contractor who incinerated them and dumped the residue in a landfill.
In the late fall of 2001, as Shaler and his colleagues were engaged in the slow work of conducting DNA tests on the thousands of fragments from Ground Zero, pathologists at the Pennsylvania and Pentagon sites were moving much more quickly. Many of the remains were burned and badly damaged, but identifiable. In Pennsylvania, Somerset County coroner Wallace E. Miller and his team scoured the "halo"—the field and woods surrounding the crater left when United Airlines Flight 93 plunged into the ground. The debris was everywhere. Trees were draped with scraps of luggage, clothing, bits of the fuselage and human remains. Walking through the crash site in the days after the attacks, Miller's eye caught a flash of light 20 feet up in the branches of a hemlock tree. "I only noticed it because the sun happened to hit it at just the right angle," he says. A tree climber brought it down. It was a single tooth with a silver filling. Eventually it was matched to one of the passengers.
originally posted by: AnkhMorpork
a reply to: firerescue
Was it fractured or fragmented in any way at all?
originally posted by: Floridagoat
At some point someone's gonna have to bring some real evidence that explosives were used to end the argument. Otherwise one is short changing ones self by eliminating the physics and dynamics involved with a collapsing building and the effects and dynamics involved during the collapse on the victims and the materials contained within the collapse by throwing out the baby with the bath water so to speak.
You cannot and will not ever find the truth by assumptions.