posted on Apr, 16 2008 @ 02:17 PM
reply to post by KMFNWO
If it was actually a "they" we were discussing here, then maybe "they" would garner more credibillity with me. Unfortunately, the link you posted
is one man, a Mr Fujita, making a series of reaching "things that make you go hmmmm" statements before the japanese Parliament. The other men who
are cited in the transcript actually seem to find what Fujita is suggesting to be an unrealistic scenario not worth discussing further.
9/11 wasn't an "inside job" any more than the moon landing was filmed in a quanset hut in Arizona, the Weekly World News had real photos proving
90% of Hollywood is composed of aliens from space, or there's a fleeing president of a civil war torn African nation that would like to deposit $25
million into my bank account but really, really, needs me to email him my account information to do so. I haven't seen anyone claim, as Fujita
states, that they heard "explosions that sounded like professional demolition" In fact, his very quote of the firefighter doesn't once mention
anything about professional demolition. It does say “it went boom boom boom like explosions were going off.” Have you ever sat in front of a
fireplace? Did you notice that things, when exposed to heat, tend to pop and crack quite loudly? Now imagine you suddenly are sitting in front of a
fireplace 10,000 times that size, burning with an even more intense heat.
I'm a civil engineer with an educational background in structural engineering. I've tested more concrete cylinders and steel reinforcing members
than I can count and, without exception, they fail with a loud popping sound. I can also tell you that the manner the buildings fell in was
universally accepted as being very predictable based on the damage incurred from the fire. All it took was one upper floor dropping down from the
steel not having enough insulation around it and the added stress on the next floor down snapped it, causing both floors to drop down one level, wash,
rinse, repeat all the way to the ground level.