posted on Jun, 18 2011 @ 02:31 AM
Originally posted by ANOK
reply to post by SkepticAndBeliever
If it was not an implosion demolition, then how did all four outer walls end up on top of the collapsed building?
Well, the progressive collapse of each floor being hit (with each floor breaking into 293273287 pieces mind you) would obviously cause them to reach
the ground faster than the tops of walls would, and since the middle of the roof started to fall first in all the videos, that would explain why the
four outer walls ended up on top.
....requires such skill that only a handful of demolition companies in the world will attempt it.
A little bit of research into the physics involved, and how implosion demolition works, and you can't fail to see the obvious.
"Once each tower began to collapse, the weight of all the floors above the collapsed zone bore down with pulverizing force on the highest intact
floor. Unable to absorb the massive energy, that floor would fail, transmitting the forces to the floor below, allowing the collapse to progress
downward through the building in a chain reaction. Engineers call the process "pancaking," and it does not require an explosion to begin"
"Demolition expert Romero regrets that his comments to the Albuquerque Journal became fodder for conspiracy theorists. "I was misquoted in saying that
I thought it was explosives that brought down the building," he tells PM. "I only said that that's what it looked like."
Romero, who agrees with the scientific conclusion that fire triggered the collapses, demanded a retraction from the Journal. It was printed Sept. 22,
2001. "I felt like my scientific reputation was on the line." But emperors-clothes.com saw something else: "The paymaster of Romero's research
institute is the Pentagon. Directly or indirectly, pressure was brought to bear, forcing Romero to retract his original statement." Romero responds:
"Conspiracy theorists came out saying that the government got to me. That is the farthest thing from the truth. This has been an albatross around my
neck for three years." - Van D. Romero, Ph.D. in Physics
edit on 18-6-2011 by SkepticAndBeliever because: (no reason given)