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A combination of an uncontrolled fire and the structural damage might have been able to bring the building down, some engineers said. But that would not explain steel members in the debris pile that appear to have been partly evaporated in extraordinarily high temperatures, Dr. Barnett said.
Originally posted by thedman
reply to post by gottago
Lets see - you put it on top of 110 story building - thats over 1300 feet
then drop it . Falling from that height will generate considerable
amount of force. Consider that an ordinary piece of 2x4 accelerated
to 100 mph by wind will penetrate the side of house. The antenna
section looks like built of heavy gauge sections of pipe which will
penetrate wall of building.
Originally posted by TXRabbit
After all - how many billions did he make from the WTC complex coming down?
Originally posted by gottago
As for the antenna, part of the mast was found and is stored with other 9/11 fragments. Hard to believe it would do all that damage and survive the collapse of 7 and end up as an artifact in storage.