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Originally posted by Mirthful Me
help us out...
Originally posted by RussianScientists
You can see that some of the photos were taken by the Cessna airplane, some were taken by the helicopter in one of the Cessna airplane photos, and of course there was at least one taken by the EC-3 plane.
Could you please document with links and pictures what an "EC-3 plane" is?
We'd appreciate it... Really... We would. :up;
Originally posted by muddyhoop
To John Lear
Is it the time of the month for you or what?
Originally posted by Griff
Great video. I see superficial damage to the facade. I see smoke but not forced smoke.
Originally posted by FredT
Originally posted by spacedoubt
ok..It doesn't make sense that the wind is moving left to right, as is the smoke.
And there doesn't seem to be source for the smoke, other than number 7..
One thing to remember that the collapse of even one tower could have altered the air flow through the area by the simple vertue of not being there anymore. Just food for thought
Originally posted by WeaponsOfMassDistraction
The photos of the pyroclastic flow are quite compelling. It's received a little attention, but I think that is something that could be even further examined.
Originally posted by mirageofdeceit
Given the volume of dust we're talking, that would take explosives to do that. There isn't enough energy from a free-fall collapse to do that, and spread it out over such a large area. The concrete would break into large chunks, not pulverize.
[edit on 15-9-2007 by mirageofdeceit]
Originally posted by Chris_2008
This building is hundreds of feet tall, meaning the concrete at the bottom, at the point of collapse, is crumbling while under the pressure of the entire building above it falling down.