reply to post by weedwhacker
Yes I do understand what fire would do to debris if it were located in major parts of an inferno. I imagine it would similar to the contents of a
house left to burn to the ground. In the end you wouldn`t have much left at because the fire would have burnt almost everything it touched to a crisp
and reduced it to a pile of ashes.....ashes would be left because fire doesn`t vaporize houses made of wood into thin air.
Wood doesn`t even compare in density or strength to steal and metal so you would think a blazing inferno burn it into nothing, but no that is not
reality. After burning for hours, even fire cannot completely break down wood into nothing. There are always ashes left behind, and going back to the
example of a house burning to the ground, laying amongst the left over ashes would be a metal fridge, stove, pieces of the toilet and bath tub, and of
course the furnace from the basement.
This is all weaker material in comparison the what planes are made out of, but a burning house would also have a weaker fire then those that were
ablaze on sept 11. So in comparison it would be equal which means no vaporization. If we go with the idea of the fires being so tremendously high in
temperature then the metal, steal pieces would have all melted into large pools of debris, but not vaporize because it is just 100% not possible.
This argument may seem stupid to you because you really want to believe these planes smashed themselves into nothingness, but it is stupid for me
because you should know a jumbo jet liquefying and vaporizing after a crash is just absurd.
If your beliefs were accurate, then by those laws the top 30 stories or so of the Twin towers should have each vaporized as well since apparently the
911 Commission stated the fires were so hot at the top of the building they turned the steal frames into spaghetti. Half of the rubble should have
been vaporized into thin air upon impact with the ground.
The vaporization theory of industrial strength metals and steel, while supposed identifiable human body parts lay scattered in the grass as if though
an invisible plane had just crashed will just never fly. Had the crash site where impact was made at the Pentagon or the other in the field been hot
enough to vaporize the planes industrial strength body and engines, then no one would have been able to get near it, let alone be walking all over and
threw the crash sites moments after as video taped because the temperature`s would have then had to of been at par with lava. The Pentagon for Christ
sakes would have had an extensively large portion of itself `vaporized` away taking whole walls, rooms, and floors.
This wast`t a magic trick. The plane cannot be the only variable that disappeared into thin air, leaving behind everything else. No, sorry.