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However having worked in construction with reinforced walls and having brought one or two down (granted doesnt make me an expert this is just my honest opinion) the way the walls came down in conjuction with the debris i find it difficult to beleive that this was caused by a plane
I find it HIGHLY UNLIKELY that he would have been able to pull off the aerial manuevers that the PLANE supposedly took
Finally the Smoke.
Originally posted by Skibum
Anyways, since everything else that is being dragged into this thread (remember this threads TOPIC is- Magic Nose Cone) ,has been discussed to death in other threads, I'm gonna step out until we get back on the nose cone theory. If we want to rehash everything else there are threads existing for that.
[edit on 31/3/06 by Skibum]
Originally posted by The Links
Killtown, whatever it was (nose/gear) that penetrated the final wall would have to, as you point out, weave in and out of columns to reach that wall.
Some people are saying the columns deflected the nosegear, to them i say that is not possible.
If a column has deflected something, whatever was deflected did not have enough force to destroy that column. But further on in it's path it somehow gains force and destroys column K1, it is then deflected by another series of columns before gathering force and punching through the final wall.
Originally posted by Skibum
If it were as you say impossible for the nose gear to reach the wall...Would thatnot also make it impossible for an object, such as a missile or bomb, from causing the damage. If the columns are in the way for one theory then they would be in the way for others. I'm not aware af missiles or bombs that would be able to weave the fantastic course Killtown shows.
Did said missile or bomb bounce of a column or something?
Is there a shaped charge that can direct its energy around objects like that?
[edit on 1/4/06 by Skibum]
Originally posted by AGENT_T
these debates are so widely renowned..why doesn,t a member. or chief or spokesman for the fire n rescue team say" yeah.. we made the hole at the back to enter the building for access"????
Originally posted by SMR
20+ years working with fiberglass and other lightwieght fiber materials, I would have never thought it to be strong enough to punch through all that and still be left in a huge chunk like that...
If material such as these can handle such great force, perhaps kevlar vests are not what police are in need of.
No way in a million years would a light composite from an aircraft ( nose cone ) be able to go through all that.It would have been shattered after the first impact and what was left, be just a few yards from where it made impact....and not much would even be left of it.