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Originally posted by LeftBehind
If all these anomalies are being caused by the collapse of the building only barely helped along by explosives, there's really no evidence at all of explosives.
If only a very small amount was needed, then how are "squibs" or "near free-fall collapse times" or "pyroclastic clouds" evidence of anything but a global collapse, with or without thermite or bombs to initiate it?
Originally posted by TheOne1989
All you conspiracy fanatics concerning the towers need to just accept the fact that a 747
hit one of the towers fact is ive seen the video which clearly shows a plane crashing in to the towers
Originally posted by Beer_Guy
Maybe either of you could be the first to show us aluminum glowing like that in broad daylight.
I melt aluminum on a regular basis in my garage. I pour ingots to save up because they take up less space than trashbags full of cans. Normally I wait for the aluminum to glow orange before pouring. That's just to make sure that most of the other ingredients are burnt off so I have "better" quality aluminum.
So, Yes, in my experience aluminum can glow orange if heated enough.
But here is a theory if anyone cares to ponder it....
The aluminum gets heated to a very high heat in an oxygen deprived area, maybe superheated. It won't burn because there isn't enough oxygen. The molten aluminum pools and then builds up enough to run out the window,,,,, wouldn't it burn at this point as it reaches the air with plenty of oxygen? Wouldn't it also resemble thermite as it falls from the window bursting into flames and probably glowing bright orange?
I "feel" that our own government was responsible for this tragedy, but I "know" very little about the facts. The rest is just speculation....
So if your going by the official story, it makes more sense that explosives brought down the towers then fires because its more physically feasible.