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WTC fireproofing

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posted on Jun, 6 2006 @ 01:00 PM

Note that this timeline ENDS at the start of the global collapse where the CT’s always begin their stopwatch.

So, 8.2 or so, plus 5 or 7 seconds for the global collapse, equals 14 or 15 seconds for the total collapse of the building from the first sign of structural failure to the end.

You can’t claim that there was no resistance to the collapse and ignore those 8 seconds.

posted on Jun, 6 2006 @ 01:20 PM
Howard, the roof and all of the remaining columns fell at free-fall.

There you go. I made myself clearer.

posted on Jun, 6 2006 @ 02:22 PM
Yes, so what, since the collapse was already well under way.

The whole point of the free fall argument is that there should have been resistance to the collapse. There was. It took 8 seconds for the collapse to progress to the point where the entire building became involved.

After that point, so what?

posted on Jun, 6 2006 @ 03:12 PM
So one column failing beforehand would prevent all of the other columns from experiencing resistance?

Was that one column Jesus, reincarnated as a massive length steel or something?

"I'll fall, and then none of you others will experience resistance, and will drop at free fall!"

And now, free fallllllll!:

You apparently don't understand that no resistance means just that: no resistance. Not from air, not from the columns themselves, not from anything. One freaking column failing does not mean that none of the other columns can possibly be resisted as they fall. There most freaking assuredly would have still been resistance.

posted on Jun, 6 2006 @ 09:17 PM

Originally posted by bsbray11

Actually, the fires stayed on the floors of impact besides a couple exceptions of fires beginning way above the impacts (that you can note in your pics by pockets of light smoke way up the building).

Never did the fires on the impacted floors spread immediately above or below.

You have got to be kidding.

How do you think those fires above the impact started if they didn't spread from the initial fire?

Do you really believe that the fires stayed on the floors of impact?

Does anyone believe that absolute nonsense?

How exactly did those "couple exceptions" of fire multiple stories above the impact start independently?

The fire spread through the interior of the building. The upper floors did not spontaneously combust.

posted on Jun, 6 2006 @ 10:07 PM
A link found on Bringham Young University, Department of Physics and Astronomy.


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