Originally posted by SavedOne
Originally posted by TupacShakur
OK then start by watching these interviews:
Again, my point is that many if not all of these may indeed be in the field just like I am, but that does not make them experts just like I am not. I
am an architect with nearly 30 years experience and several high-rise projects as I said above (and as I've repeated in many other threads not related
to 9-11, feel free to look in case you think I'm making it up just for this occasion). This does not make me an expert on the WTC collapses. Nor does
it make my peers experts. The only "experts" would fall under two categories:
1. Those intimately involved in the design and construction of the projects (and they have been completely silent, probably for legal reasons).
2. Those who are experts in the field and have engaged in a full study of the drawings, specifications, field reports, test reports, submittals, etc.
etc. etc. for the projects. These wouldn't start out as experts, but could become experts if allowed full access to all the documentation. They should
also interview the construction personnel involved to get the full picture- IE, were connections made per the drawings or were field modifications
Again, not saying the conspiracy is true or not, just pointing out that these people are expressing personal and not professional expert opinions
unless they fall under one of the two above categories.
You have a really broken concept of what an industry expert is. The bottom line is, few people we're involved in building the towers in relation to
the amount of experts that could have been involved in building the towers.
Scientific constants are constant. You don't need to be an expert on the specific building to know if it broke the laws of physics in it's decent,
you merely need to observe the collapse.
Symmetry is another constant. An asymmetrical fire cannot symmetrically decimate a building. Symmetrical damage is the only way to symmetrically
decimate a building. Asymmetrical damage is the only way to bring down a building asymmetrically.
In this case, you had symmetric buildings collapsing symmetrically from asymmetrical damage. This is impossible and it doesn't take an expert to know
this, it takes but a single game of jenga. In order for a symmetrical square tower to fall in it's footprint you need synced symmetrical damage in
all 4 regions of the building at all the same heights at the exact same moment.
Don't believe me, try to remove an entire floor from a jenga tower and see how it collapses catastrophically in a chaotically random fashion. If one
region were to fail first, it would fall in the direction of the region that first failed, if a second perpendicular region failed before a complete
collapse, you will see the building twist in the direction of the second failed region, and so on.
The only way a square building can fall in itself is if the failure is mirrored in all 4 quadrants at the exact same heights, which would require
blasting every floor sequentially. This is how controlled demolitions are done. From the bottom up, not from the top down, like what the OS says
about the towers.
A five year old could comprehend this really, it saddens me that anybody could get away with a blatant lie of this magnitude... It really shows that
people lack any education. It's not the dumb peoples fault, they are dumb by design.
Who made that design? Our government, the same people spouting the lie.
Well mr sm4rt a55 did BOTH towers fall EXACTLY the same way both driven by a gravitational collapse also directed to the person who gave you a
Do you have eyes? I mean seriously, two different buildings that took damage in different locations and regions fell in the exact same pattern. A
smooth steady stream straight down at free fall speed.
The third building that wasn't even a tower, wasn't even hit by a plane, fell in the same exact fashion as well. This third building was not even the
same shape or style of the other two....
This is completely impossible.
edit on 26-6-2012 by Laokin because: (no reason given)