reply to post by Fitzgibbon
Yes, those are known factors and can be described mathematically. And when you add up the total potential energy from the gravitational force on the
given mass, it is far less than what is required to exhibit the degree of destruction seen on 9-11. I will ignore the posters who add nothing to the
issue and just insult..their lack of a cogent contribution says a lot about how much they know...anyway, gravity cannot explain the dustified concrete
alone, and add in the utter evaporation of much of the contents and the micron sized dust , you cannot explain it with gravity alone. Impossible.
Mathematically disproven. Cannot happen. Is that clear enough for you? From:
Did gravity cause these effects? :" New York firefighter Lt. William Walsh and his crew were at its West Street entrance and saw brown smoke coming
out of the hit site—a sign of nuclear weapons—and a “lot of ash…[and] paper on the ground.” When they raced into the lobby:
“…[it] didn’t appear as though it had any lights. All of the glass on the first floor that abuts West Street was blown out, The glass in the
revolving doors was blown out. All of the glass in the lobby was blown out.
“The wall panels on the wall are made of marble. It’s about two or three inches thick. They’re about ten feet high by ten feet wide. A lot of
those were hanging off the wall. …In the center of [two banks of side express elevators from Floors 30 down would be elevators bound to lower
floors. They were blown off the hinges….and you could see the shafts. [The other elevators] looked intact to me.
“….I noticed two civilians that had more than third-degree burns. They were in pugilistic position. They were black burnt. Their skin and their
clothes were burnt off. They were smoldering. And they were trying to get up. They were just moving around. I estimated they had less than a half
minute left in their lives…” (38)
Just prior to their arrival down in the North Tower’s Basement Level D, stationary engineer Mike Pecoraro was alerted to flickering lights by a
coworker. Dreading the trouble of a power outage, they climbed to Level C where smoke made it difficult to breathe and see. But they found the machine
shop gone (“nothing there but rubble”) and that a 50-ton hydraulic press had vanished. (It was later judged to have been vaporized.) The parking
garage on that level was gone: “There were no walls. There was rubble on the floor. And you [couldn’t] see anything.” On level B, a 300-pound
steel and concrete fire door was on the floor. It was “wrinkled up like a piece of aluminum foil,” he said."
Barry Jennings describes first hand : "WTC 1 was still standing, but shortly would disintegrate into huge dust clouds. Jennings said his prayers and
sat down to wait for the firefighters—or death. As he described events immediately after his rescue:
“I was trapped in there for several hours. … And all the time, I’m hearing explosions. …I know what I heard.
“When [the firefighters] finally got to us, they took us down to what they called the lobby. I said: “Where are we?” He said: “This was the
lobby.” …. Total ruins. ….It looked like King Kong had came through and stepped on it. Now keep in mind when I came in here, the lobby had nice
escalators. It’s a huge lobby. And for me to see what I saw, it’s unbelievable.
“And [one of the] the firefighters that took us down, kept saying, “Do not look down!” And I kept saying: “Why not look down?” And we were
stepping over people. And you know you can feel when you’re stepping on people.
“And I was so destroyed, I didn’t know where I was.
“And so they had to take me out through a hole in the wall. A makeshift hole that I believe the fire department made to get me out.
“This big, giant police officer came to me. And he says, “You have to run!” I said: “I can’t run. My knees are swollen.” He said:
“Then, you‘ll have to get on your knees and crawl because we have reports of more explosions.” And that’s when I started crawling.
“I know what I heard. I heard explosions. The explanation I got was it was the [diesel] fuel-oil tanks. [But] I’m an old boiler guy. If it was
the fuel-oil tank, it would have been wiped out of the building.”
That is some awsome gravity you credit with such force. I suggest that you do some research about the massive evidence for explosions, which means
demolition by whatever means, and alter your viewpoint to match the facts.