reply to post by johnlear
Dear John (wasn't that the name of a TV show?), thanks for your reply.
I'm a tad puzzled by your graphic...
It looks as if you measured between some 'etc' area that suits the needs of the no plane went thru the hole claim. Call me crazy, but when I look at
it appears that your "A" dimension should be tilted up several degrees on the left side. If you do that there's almost exactly the 159' going by
your measurement method.
It really couldn't be much closer to perfect. From time to time I too drink at the keyboard and every now and then mess up in an argument or image
representation and embarass myself. We're only human.
Anyways, I'd like to show you some images and such that you may not have seen yet. My normal PC is down, so my ability to provide custom image work
is nonexistent, so ignore any circles or whatever these might have. I'd like to focus your attention on where the beams were bowed inwards instead of
outwards. The ones to really look for are by the woman:
Here's an even better view, but it's too long to display in here:
You might observe some around the edges that give the appearance of bending outwards, except thos eare merely the alluminum "cladding" covers that
wrapped around the iron. They're what gave the WTC that classic look that we're all so familiar with. The beams down by that woman however are iron,
and it turns out that they're bent inwards. What mechanism bent those exterior columns inwards, besides a Boeing / plane?
Now I have included an enlargement to show that the exterior girders that extend around the perimeter of the World Trade Center Tower are not
broken but the area around them has simulated damage in a perfect rectangular shape, where the wing should have hit them.
Have you ever seen any images or videos from the construction of the towers? It's amazing when you do because you can see the way they used
pre-fabbed sections all the way up. Those sections just so happen to match up perfectly with the "simulated" "rectangular" shapes:
Now if we're to operate under the assumption
that the planes sliced thru the steel like a razor blade, and that the towers weren't
constructed out of rectagular shaped sections, then obviously those rectangular shapes
would appear like some poorly pixelated 'effects'. But in truth, the towers were constructed out of rectagular sections and the impact of the planes
didn't 'slice' thru but rather RAMMED
their way through into the buildings' interiors. This is further proven when you review the bent in
exterior columns that I pointed out above.
[edit on 27-9-2007 by IgnoranceIsntBlisss]