posted on Sep, 27 2011 @ 10:27 PM
reply to post by yyyyyyyyyy
I love how people seem to be "skeptical" but cannot seem to pass a fourth grade listening comprehension test.
Chandler makes specific claims in this video and gives a specific rationale for dropping the quotes of "rocket projectile".
He specifically claims that the item in question is a large piece of wall cladding and cross-identifies it in another source. So, unless you can
directly speak to that identification, claiming that it a fire extinguisher only demonstrates your inability to understand spoken English.
He specifically claims that the item is accelerating faster than gravity (1.5g) at the point after the ejection.Either you can address this specific
point or you are revealing that you think that change in air resistance of a falling object can make that object accelerate faster than gravity.
As for the claims that thermite cannot act as a propellant because it produces no gas: I can't remember what school grade gas laws are covered, but it
is pretty basic stuff that heat plus gas (i.e. air) equals expansion.
Hence the explosions visible in the Cole thermite experiments.
Don't pretend to be skeptical if you cannot have the decency to actually comprehend what it is you are being skeptical about.
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