posted on Mar, 29 2006 @ 04:35 PM
Agent Smith yes it did look like that after the collapse, and if you look you can see the angle that the collapsed section is sitting at. sitting at
that angle it is not yet touching that column. Viewing implosion videos of such structures shows the angle that the beam/slab needs to be at before
any damage is put upon that column. I am sure they never removed that column by accident when they were removing the debris. They were being very
carefull to prop and shore. The fire damage on that blackened level is quite clear to see, but not below or above, i would really get my eyes tested
if you can't see it.
Had they removed all the unsafe debris they would have had to remove those two windows and steel which hang precariously in many images.
Had they taken that steel and windows away they would have exposed that column on level 4 for all to see. A column explodes 2 floors above the level
of the supposed plane that entered the building.
But no they remove a supposed fire extiguisher housing which had survived and still in place after the explosion and collapse and fire.
Taking that onboard i was stupid giving in so easy remembering i still had issues to do with the article in the void being cone shaped, look at the
angle formed with the top and the right edge of your extiguisher in the enhanced version so kindly made for us by a member, we are looking for an
angle of 90 degrees, it is clearly not.