Did you notice the whole lower fourth of the screen was occupied by a disinformation junk-piece which listed the upcoming topics? The bolded topic,
"Twin Towers" indicates that's what's currently being discussed.
Notice the upcoming list which the host sees as credible subjects (right up there with treason):
...give me a break. The Second thing is how obviously rushed and stupid the whole thing is. AS IF THEY ARE LACKING AIRTIME. Do you realize how
long it takes to prep lights, camera, makeup, uplink, etc to do a remote link-up? And then to have it be 50% of the airtime spent on the idiot host
jabbering on about nothing, and the prof. being given no time, and no in-feed comments to help him. What a disgrace to journalism this clown Carlson
is. Shows that TV is in the hands of tha' elite when they will only show you garbage like this.
The prof. was quite nimble and he did manage to mention physical evidence for molten steel in the basements of all three buildings.
All we have to do is rebuild five floors of the WTC building. Then, using hydraulics and rigging, etc, we can pressurize the structure such that the
five floors of our construction are experiencing the same weight on their supports as they would be in the actual tower.
Then, we splash jet fuel all over, and maybe set off an appropriate conventional bomb (to simulate plane impact), and then after the big fireball, we
watch and see how the thing burns.
We would also need giant fans to generate similar blowing fast winds (100mph?) and updrafts. Difficult, but not impossible. Somehow cold winds can
fuel a fire? I thought they helped put fires out. In any case, we'd find out what happens.
Our flaming chairs, desks, mannequins, and what have you, will not turn steel to puddled form. At least I don't think so. But really now, is it
worth building a five-to-ten story structure and some hydraulics if it prevents WW3 and gives our grandchildren some kind of life? I say let's build
the replica and see what happens.
As to how much it would cost to build these five floors? Well, the site below, dedicated to rebuilding the towers, says the following:
The estimated $15 billion it would take to rebuild, restore and reopen the World Trade Center is just one-sixth of what the U.S. government
will spend in one year trying to fix Iraq.
So, 15 billion for two whole towers means we could easily build a pressurized-five floor structure (as described above) with wind simulators for
around one billion dollars.
Can't we call up the IRS and demand that tax money be used for just such a cause? Americans vote massive credit-bonuses to the money system of the
federal gov't, like just recently, so why can't we spend some of that money to find out the actual truth of how hot jet fuel and office furniture
get, in relation to steel?
Put me on Tucker Carlson for twenty seconds and I'd show you some effective use of airtime, for sure.
[edit on 26-3-2006 by smallpeeps]