reply to post by DCDAVECLARKE
Seen it, heard it, already been explained with a little something called LOGIC and CRITICAL THINKING! Two great inventions. The TM really should
invest in this.
Ok, now Dave, please bear with me as I do not wish to insult your intelligence, or pick a fight with you, or anything bad. But what I really want for
you to do is to use some common sense and critical thinking on that particular video. I take its about the "small fires easily able to knock down
with one or two hoses" correct? Ok now Dave, (and please please please do not take it as if I am talking down to you or trying to disrespect you or
anything ok? I'm not. I respect you and your opinions and thoughts, but I do wish to dispel this particular item you posted,) it is correct,
firefighters did manage to make it up to the lowest affected floor. Yes they reported small pockets of fire, nothing too serious. I have no problem
with their reports. Ok now, lets get into this deeper. You are aware that fire spreads correct? Ususally in a fire, the fires will travel up in
relation to the building. Say floor #3 catches fire, the flames will spread to floor 4, 5, 6, depending on fuel, winds, etc etc etc. TMI. But the fact
is, fires travel towards more fuel areas and leave depleted areas. Ok, so the firefighters reached the lowest floors to be affected by the impact.
They dont see the large fires, because obviously the main body of flames is well above them. The floor they were on did not have a lot of "fuel" for
the fire to consume and the fires were not a problem. however, above flames were roaring acorss multiple floors, and the firefighters did not reach
the main impacted area of the building. The impacted and affected floors were between the 77th and 85th Remember it took some time for them to reach
that floor. The fires moved up and farther in. So what they reported on the conditions at the lowest least affected level, is not relevant to the main
action above. Also photos of the fires show something different. Lots of fires in the main affected areas. Fires spread up from the main impact.
And no, this video does NOT show that firefighters were working "throughout the building" as it claims. It does show how firefighters just managed to
make it up to the 79th floor, the lowest affected floor, while the area of most damage and fires were on the 80th floors, and above. Its here the
plane's main body and fuel impacted the building.
So what does this mean? You have been fooled into believing the fires were limited and small, insignificant, and therefore the WTCs should not have
collapsed from the fires. Well, its a great con job really, and they expect you the listener/reader to not bother to think farther into it, or check
up the facts, or even think critically or logically. They just set it up just right
for you to believe indeed that the fires were small. But
that was not the true case. Does it make logical sense to you Dave what I posted above? Do you understand why that video is deceptive, misleading, and
tricking you? (In essence, its lying to you). The whole video is packaged just right, with added comentary nonsense like "structure was NOT melted or
deformed" (even though in the audio, they warn that the walls are breached! Oh no its not deformed
) All that nonsense they added into the video
just suckers you into believing it. Wow, no fires detected?
Dont they mean, up to the 79th floor? You know, where the plane impacted? They
expect fires on 40th? 55th?
All that extra crap they added into it just ruins the whole presentation and makes you see things that are not true.
Its ALL innuendo. A&E4T has just lied to you and decieved you with this crap presentation relying on innuendo, lies, and half truths. If you have any
questions more about it, please U2U me and I'll be happy to assist or clarify this video for you.
edit on 9/11/2010 by GenRadek because: fix word