posted on May, 13 2009 @ 06:36 AM
reply to post by Redpillblues
So now I'm not sure what your point is,that the box beams ought to have been stuffed full of debris?(reminds me of the engine 'recovered' at
Shanksville,also ought to,but didn't, have stuffing)NORMAL debris ought to be found,solids don't just disappear,but this was micro particles,which
take on peculiar properties.
The energy point is that,if a normal pulverization happened,the towers would have been slowed down as the energy was used to do the crushing.And that
is normal sized chunks of concrete,not the absolute powderization we had,which would have required much more energy.Like if the top of the
tower,instead of coming coming down at free fall(plus 1 second),it would have had to sort of twirl and grind it's way through the base,taking
minutes.Why aren't you getting this?Forget the dixie cup.Try pulverizing concrete with a sledgehammer.(safety glasses and leather gloves
required).One swat will break it up.But you're not done.You'd need to reduce every bit to powder.Hit it again.Again.Hit it.OK keep hitting all the
aggregate,while I go make coffee and I'll tell you when you're done.You missed one.No wonder they use explosives,eh?Even that thought experiment was
too much work...