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What about that pulverization? Did you suppose, that those towers would have collapsed whitout any dust?
I doubt very much anyone that knew anything about pyroclastic flows would say what we observed on 9/11 wasn't pyroclastic. The only thing that is really different from the way those clouds moved, was they moved slower than your typical pyroclastic flow.
Originally posted by Jack Tripper
Wrong. As sourced above a pyroclastic flow is simply defined as a.....
.... high-density mixture of hot, dry rock fragments and hot gases that move away from the vent that erupted them at high speeds.
Originally posted by SMR
Good post of the images bsbray11
I would like to hear from those who like the 'official story' what might cause all that damage in those images.
py·ro·clas·tic ( P ) Pronunciation Key (pr-klstk)
Composed chiefly of rock fragments of volcanic origin.
Pyroclastic (meaning "fire fragmented") refers to broken-up rocks, pumice, ash, and other bits of material that are formed in a volcanic eruption.
A pyroclastic flow is an avalanche of pyroclastic materials (broken rocks, pumice, and ash) and hot gases that erupts from within a volcano. A pyroclastic flow travels at up to 100 miles per hour. Within the flow, temperatures can reach 500 degrees C.
Pyroclastic Rock formed of material from volcanic explosion.
Pyroclastic rocks and deposits comprise the entire range of fragmental products deposited directly by explosive or effusive volcanic eruptions. Pyroclastic deposits consist of pyroclasts which are not cemented together. Pyroclastic rocks (tuff) are pyroclastic deposits which have been lithified. The word 'pyroclast' is derived from Greek pyr, meaning fire, and klastos, meaning broken.
A hot, dry, fast-moving, and high-density mixture of of ash, pumice, rock fragments, and gas that formed during explosive eruptions or from the collapse of a lava dome.
Originally posted by AgentSmith
The fact that calling them pyroclastic flows is grossly inaccurate means nothing to these people, minor details like accuracy and truth mean nothing to them.
Originally posted by bsbray11
Semantics, man. If you're only going to call foul on what we call these dust clouds, then find a better name for them! and you won't have to vent about that anymore. But why not just do some critical thinking here and try to figure what the point is first?