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9/11 and the Science
of Controlled Demolitions
3WHAT ABOUT THE ALMOST FREE-FALL COLLAPSE OF THE TWIN TOWERS? The key is the “almost” modifier. If I told you I was making almost $100,000 and you found out I was making only $67,000, you’d say I was exaggerating. So stop exaggerating the collapse speed of the WTC Towers! The 80,000 tons of structural steel slowed down the collapses of the Twin Towers to about ⅔ (two-thirds) of free-fall.3 And the core collapsed at about 40% of free-fall speed, coming down last.4 According to Richard Gage: “To bring a building symmetrically down, what we have to do is remove the core columns.” But on 9/11 the stronger core columns came down last, which violates this supposed most fundamental rule of controlled demolition.
By Mick West
If you ignite some steel wool with a hydrocarbon flame, then you get lots of iron spheres, some of the same size as these microspheres. Note this is not from the flame melting the steel, but from the steel itself burning, and melting itself. This is only possible with a sufficiently large surface area to mass ratio - i.e. with very small or very thin particles.
Why were there small iron spheres in the dust found on 9/11?
originally posted by: face23785
a reply to: neutronflux
How do you maintain your patience to deal with these people after 17 years?
Norfolk Fire responds to hot spots at site of commercial fire
NORFOLK, Va. – Smoke was reported Thursday morning from a structure on 23rd Street that originally caught fire Wednesday afternoon.
Dispatchers reported that units responded to hot spots at The Desk Doctor, which was reported on fire at 3:15 p.m. Wednesday. Firefighters were pulled out of the building while working the fire.
Authorities called the fire under control around 4:41 p.m.
Firefighters Dousing Hot Spots at South Street Icon Bridget Foy's as Construction Equipment Digs Through Rubble
Crews continue putting out hot spots from Dayton fire
Fire consumes commercial building, fells old radio tower on University Av. in Mpls.
A large late-night fire consumed a commercial building along University Avenue SE. in Minneapolis and toppled a radio tower that was tethered to the structure, leaving firefighters to tend to hot spots after daybreak Thursday.
Firefighters Battle Hot Spots From Massive Warehouse Fire Overnight
Fire Burns Through Roof of Commercial Building in Downtown L.A.
As of 8 a.m., firefighters had the upper hand but continued to pour water on the building to douse any stubborn hot spots
So it looks like AE911Truth has been incorrectly using another photos for many years. I noticed this by accident when looking at a similar photo posted yesterday for the anniversary of 9/11:
I saw the above (right) 9/11 thumbnail image on the NBC News home page, and it immediately reminded me of this image on an AE911 web page. www.ae911truth.org... (archive.is...)
I wonder how many "suspicious" photos might be solved if only we were able to example all the photos that are held in private collections.
originally posted by: InhaleExhale
a reply to: Bernardo1871
as for me, i'm just here to make fun of both 9/11 deniers like you, and of 9/11 troofers who deny the nuclear attack! :-)
So I was spot on.