posted on Mar, 27 2012 @ 04:32 PM
Originally posted by conar
maybe that plane did disintegrate at Pentagon
No, here is how physics of colliding objects works.
No matter the velocity of either object, when two objects collide the force on each object is the same, equal and opposite reaction.
So the car hit the bridge and was destroyed, but the bridge was not. That means the bridge could receive the same force as the car but due to its
mass, and other conditions, was not damaged by that force. If the bridge could not take the force, and was damaged, then the damage to the car would
have been less. One object absorbs the force of the other, force always comes in pairs, equal and opposite pairs.
The plane that hit the pentagon did damage what it hit, it made a hole and supposedly flew right through, so the plane would not be destroyed by that
impact. It would be damaged, but it had the mass and force to not be destroyed by the wall. The plane could not have been destroyed, after it went
through the hole as there was nothing else it could have hit inside the pentagon. It would have simply come to a stop before it even went completely
through the hole it made.
Not only that you have to consider the wings and engines. If the nose could punch through then the much heavier engines should also have punched
through. That is a physical contradiction.