posted on Jun, 20 2012 @ 12:13 PM
reply to post by thedman
why show the external columns...Interesting....but not what NIST says....they use the term SEVERED...and they show it on their layouts....the interior
columns circled in RED...wow you sure do try to baffle with BS.
Now the exterior columns carry 40% of load where the interior columns carry 60% of load....now NIST stated NINE severed interior columns...and then
students of Purdue come up with some sort of ...none the less laughable animation...then showing compartmentalized fuel animation...but heck the tanks
were not full...so yet more fails...they also discounted NIST with their animation saying...52 coulmns were damaged....no worries though...you keep up
the good work Thedman.....as it seems you will just believe anything the OS throws out there...even when they contradict each others work....so maybe
you could tell me which one i should believe so that i can then discount the other one....LMAO.
Aslo pleaese inform me of the length of the Core columns....because you will find something intersting.....they did not join on each floor now did
they...OH did you forget to mention that bit....yup you did....
you see how easy it is to just leave things out....now If as your so proud to show that pic of the landing gear....what does it mean....does it mean
that the only real debris to go past the exterior columns would have been substantially reduced in mass....and also would have lost a great deal of
momentum.....think hard about this...because it might cause a disturbance in the force.
Just a note on your photos...do you see what side the landing gear is embedded on.....please come back and tell me you logical conclusions for
this....why Is it on the inside ...what does it say...that the gear went through the exterior columns...from aircraft impact side....therough the core
....as you can see from the Nist paper...then embedded on the interior side of the column....ask yourself....does it make sense to you....remembering
the landing is tucked up in the planes belly....so that means the nose of the plane went throught the toewer ...exited on the other side .....going
out far enough to carry the gear through with it....and then embedded into the column...yup perfect sense.....Or did the gear fall with the
tower....and happens to have landed on the piece of column on the ground where it lays....I don't know meself...but i would ask these questions.
So point being...ONE cannot make any assumption of where that section of exterior column came from.
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