posted on Jul, 5 2012 @ 12:31 AM
Originally posted by GenRadek
Originally posted by psikeyhackr
Skyscrapers are not rocket science.
The comment of the month right here. well hell, then if that is the case, why cant anyone just go out and build a skyscraper? If it is just
gradeschool physics, I'm surprised why people even bother going to grad school and PhDs in engineering to build skyscrapers.
If double-entry accounting is 700 years old why isn't it mandatory in our high schools?
How could I work for IBM for years and yet never hear the term von Neumann machine even though IBM hired John von Neumann as a consultant in 1952?
We live in a world where people hide information from each other all of the time and make information difficult to find and pretend things are more
difficult to understand than they actually are. There are plenty of egotistical morons with knowledge trying to pretend they are intelligent.
There are still lots of details to DESIGNING a skyscraper. Though I bet computers have made it a lot easier than it was in 1929.
The supposed collapse of a skyscraper has to be easier to understand than designing one. Making the structure withstand the wind had to affect the
steel distribution but that does not change the conservation of momentum equation for analysing the collapse. The building had to withstand 100 mph
winds. It must be designed to cope with worst case but rare conditions. But there was no 100 mph wind on 9/11.
The south tower only deflected 15 inches due to the plane impact. But the top was supposed to sway 3 feet in a 150 mph wind. So now we have the ego
problem of all of the EXPERTS! How can they admit being wrong for 10 years? That is why 9/11 becomes a bigger issue every year. The Laws of Physics
will never change. This will NEVER go away. The experts can just try to brainwash everybody into believing that the simple is difficult to
Face facts. Even with lots more computers around than there were 20 years ago you still don't hear the EXPERTS telling everybody that they are von
Controlling the distribution of knowledge is a BUSINESS. Some people call it EDUCATION. And some knowledge is higher class than others. My pledge
father was an architect. It required 5 years instead of 4 years like electrical engineering. But how much has electronics changed in the last 30
years versus architecture? Richard Gage used to have some crap on his website about taking and architect or engineer out to lunch like "normal"
people are supposed to be in awe of them.
Now if we get people to understand the physics of 9/11 they will realize how STUPID this 10 year issue has been.