posted on Jun, 20 2012 @ 07:30 PM
Originally posted by waypastvne
Originally posted by GiodanoBruno
What cannot be twisted is my signature. Which is an observable logical fact.
You still have never specified how big and how hard something has to be in order to destroy the towers. Your signature should include that. Would John
Holmes be capable of destroying the towers ?
edit on 20-6-2012 by waypastvne because: (no reason given)
Please note "Host object" represents : fixed and "Visiting object" represents : moving
Well it depends on what you mean by "destroy" exactly. Its could mean tipping-over by severing the base of the host object or imploding from
As for strength of object(density)? For starters if the host object is made from the heaviest and strongest materials then the visiting object should
be equal to or stronger than to be able to "destroy".
It also depends what you interpret with the word "something". Are you stating one object or a multitude of small objects?
My guess, and it is a guess. That "something"(if its "one" visiting object) would have to be ,at least, no less than fourth in size of the host
object (assuming it carries no explosives and in this case it wouldn't need to have any explosives) and made from steel or iron ;and impacting at an
obtuse angle were the base of the tower is pulverized(severed) causing the tower to tip and viola = destroyed
The other "something possibility" is an implosion from with in. This will definitely need explosives.... How much ,don't know really. But I'm sure
you could find that out,,, that's IF you really give hoot. I don't
What we are led to believe : A aluminum-visiting object that's weaker than the host object impacted ,not at the base, but on top floors : destroyed
the host object( note: the visiting object being a fourth in size compared to the host object ). This supposedly caused a pancake-domino affect with
no one explaining how weight/gravity can destroy some 80 structured-sound floors below ; In addition , the flying debris destroyed(igniting a fire!)
another neighboring massive host object down to its footprint...How absurd is that?
Honestly , I hope I answered your question. If not who cares really. Doesn't change anything.