Wow, the denial of the 'truster'/trolltypes really is thick enough to to hide an elephant under your dining room table!
I am not a weapons/ or an explosives expert but neither am I a fireman... nevertheless I can see the weakness in a grocery clerk or a librarian
trying to assert that firemen cannot tell the difference between the effects of fire-induced structural failures VERSUS explosions! do I sound
sarcastic or just impatient?
I am in construction and have done small scale demoliton of reinforced driveways and also have experience cutting into and jackhammering / drilling
into concrete walls and floors. It is very energy intensive work!... During projects I have used powder-actuated nailguns to drive nails into
concrete, steel and cinderblock.
I have also heated steel rebar with propane and MAPP gas in order to get it glowing orange/red and soft enough to bend and hammer.... rebar is
classified as 'mild' (softer) steel. It takes a lot of focused, hot burning flame to get even a SECTION of 1/2" or 3/8" mild steel red hot and soft
enough to be considered 'plastic'. Maybe some of you so-called 'debunker' keyboard jockeys should go spend $40.00 on a small torch and some rebar and
go get yourself some hands-on OJT (on the job training). Maybe this would help you get your minds right?
The beams, columns and trusses used in WTC towers ARE NOT 'MILD' STEEL. and they are only 1/4" thick at the very top. even at that they are not a
single layer of 6mm plate which is enough to defeat a lead round, travelling at Mach2.3 (2700fps or 1800mph), from my .30 cal hunting rifle-- Plus,
that steel was welded into rigid structual box-columns... so your aluminum fuselage and wings had two 6mm or greater thickness plates face-on to
penetrate or tear and two 6mm plates edge on to defeat these 17" columns were on a 1metre center... More like a airframe shredder than an airframe
'catcher'. did ya follow that?.
I have also watched what a high-powered .30 caliber hunting rifle round does when confronted with 1/4"thick plate steel: if it is mild steel, the
bullet can penetrate, if it is the kind of steel used in the outer columns of the twin Towers.... uh I don't think so...
My point is that I dont see how an airliner (read hollow aluminum tube) going (whatever) 500mph? (at sea level? yeah, right) can do to steel what a
solid lead bullet going mach 2.3 (1800mph-- check out the ballistics of a 30-06 round) CANNOT ACHIEVE.
NOW IF THE PLANES HAD BEEN MADE OF STRUCTURAL STEEL AND THROWN HARD ENOUGH.... blah, blah blah...
what part of "DEMOLITION" you dizzy establishment apologists not understand?
Seriously, these looney-toon pseudo-intellectual conspiracy 'deniers' need ta git a friggin grip!!!
edit on 10-10-2010 by AntiShyster