posted on May, 4 2005 @ 08:28 PM
Actually, the WTC is more like a waffle than a brick wall. A bunch of little walls inside a rectangular box.
Instead of using the "ram a car into a brick wall" metaphor, try "throw a dart through a house of cards."
A object, moving at a fast enough pace, can puncture almost any structure with little to no damage. I need only point to 2X4s stuck, almost without
any damage, into the sides of houses, brick and concrete walls, and trees as tornados hurl them around at near 300 mph.
When you look at the physics of how a plane would pass through a honeycomb structured environment like the WTC, how it "effortlessly, without
resistance, or equal and opposite force" goes into the building and then explodes, it's makes perfectly logical sense.
I remember seeing an clip to an animation somewhere on here of how the plane likely would have reacted as it passed through the building before
breaking up and sending fuel everywhere.
I find it far more interesting to see how a plane went into the Pentagon at such a low level than how one hit the WTC.
[edit on 4-5-2005 by The Big O]