Originally posted by Jake the Dog Man
Even you must admit that you seem to be more willing to believe the unproven outlandish then unproven mundane. I just require really good evidence &
proof before making such leaps.
Well, this is how I look at it. Take this thread's topic as an example.
When you have huge sections of steel being ejected onto the roofs of buildings some ~600 feet away, and the pieces are unbent and show no signs of
torsion, then you have a problem
with the "official account" (just entertain me here, because of course the "official account" doesn't
even freaking mention this stuff, in all its conclusiveness and proven-ness).
We could stop right there and just say, "Welp! Dunno! You got me there; who knows."
I don't like doing that, though, for whatever reason, and so try to imagine what might
have done that. Guess what? Not many things come to
mind. Very few, actually. Really, only one: additional energy sources in the Towers. That is to say, gravity alone obviously did not do that, for
simple and obvious reasons mentioned above (huge section, unbent; no torsion or anything so simple).
What other energy sources can we think of? Fire wouldn't do that. Air is now being suggested, apparently, but that's an insufficient answer as well
considering that the buildings could not have generated much pressure since they were not airtight, and the windows and all number of things would
have gone well
before such massive sections of steel, and even then, the energy that would require would be amazing in context.
Not just gravity/torsion, fire, air, thinking critically here. We can debate each one of those possibilities all day, which is what usually happens:
knit-picking on whether or not an alternate explanation offered by the fed sympathizers is even legit in the first place.
If you keep on little things like this, the only logical explanations (to me, at least) come down to "additional energy" translating into
"explosives" of some kind. It would have
to be, reasonably, unless someone can present something more plausible that has alluded us so far
(and no one has, or I'd like to think I'd jump that boat instead).