Originally posted by psikeyhackr
Sir, 9/11 Mysteries talks about the sway of the building and compares the plane impact to the effect of the wind. Many documentaries say nothing
That involves the CONSERVATION OF MOMENTUM and therefore the mass of the building.
Just because you want to focus on one trivial detail involving a few seconds that you want CLAIM is a flaw does not eliminate the existence of the
other 80+ minutes of the video.
Oh, I was only starting there. I can point out many and I mean MANY flaws in that so called documentary.
We can start with:
Orio J. Palmer and the "two pockets of isolated fires" in the 78th floor. (misleading)
Sophia talking about the FEMA report:
"It then tells us that the burning jet fuel spread between floors and ignited the buildings’
contents, causing more fire and generating heat. This was somehow enough to bring
down the towers’ 47-column steel core, 236 exterior columns and thousands of steel
trusses all at the same time."
Hmmm... see the problem here?
"Smoke is the sign of an oxygen-starved fire"
"The single impact of a jetliner
was no more of a blow than the continued battering of a hurricane."
"Why are buildings made of steel? Strong, light and flexible, steel frames offer many
advantages over wood and concrete, especially where skyscrapers are concerned.
Steel makes big buildings relatively light, with tremendous load-bearing capacity. The
upper floors won’t crush the floors beneath them, and steel holds up better to weather
"You can fire up your gas stove all day long -- making soup, roasting a duck or simmering
a stew. Made of steel, your stove will not melt ... and nor will your pots and pans."
"Yet we were led to believe that these tremendous buildings, framed in steel and
surfaced in aluminum, totally collapsed from small, scattered fires and 90 minutes of
smoke. Take note of these hurtling beams, thrown laterally outward as the tower comes
to earth. Would fire have the strength to eject such huge hunks of metal?"
"MIT engineering professor Thomas Eagar’s 2001 paper is officially considered the
academic standard for explaining the World Trade Center collapses."
"So much to be explained. Why did the South Tower fall first, when it was the second
tower to be hit?"
"Watch the top third of Tower 2 leaning outward, about to topple. Then -- suddenly -- it
disintegrates in mid-air. What causes this giant slab of steel and concrete to turn into
dust before our eyes?
Although in the 9/11 Mysteries movie, this part was omitted from their transcript:
"Ten seconds. These are 110 story buildings coming to earth at free fall speed, the rate at which an object falls through air. The lower floors would
need to give way completely as the floors above them fell."
I think I made my point.