posted on Jul, 22 2012 @ 09:14 PM
reply to post by ANOK
I would think that a Sagging Truss would at the time of being Super Heated...and remember...you cannot just use the Temp. that Jet Fuel Burns at since
there is the additional Massive Increase in Temp. from the Combination of the Kinetic Energy Impact in conjunction to exploding Fuel.
The Kinetic Transfer ALONE would create Temps. that FAR EXCEEDED the Temps. that are associated with just Jet Fuel Igniting. Combine this with the
Weight that those Columns are supporting and you get a a set of conditions that allow for effects that in and of themselves could not cause such
But when all factors are considered...in a complete model of Cause and Effect...you get the answer to why. Look it like this. I have a rectangular
box that is designed to stand from a base upwards where the longest length is pointed skyward. This Rectangular Box is very strong but takes into
account Gravitational Effect to actually Strengthen itself as it is designed not to be very strong tilted at any angle other than standing with it's
longest dimension coming from it's Ground Base level to Straight up Level. In fact...if it were to be somehow shifted only a few degrees...it would
begin to collapse.
Now...say this construct is made of multiple layers of Fire Proof Material that is designed not to collapse even if a Fire was started inside where
every level has material that will burn at 451 Degrees F....as was the case with the World Trade Centers Incredible amount of Paper Files...enough to
equal a very large forest. But 451F. is still way below the temp. needed to melt what this constructs Beams are made of as well as Melt Concrete like
Now what I do next is accelerate a container of Fuel inside an Aluminum Scaled Model Plane and shoot it at the same areas that the WTC were hit. The
Kinetic Force increases the Temps. This link is an EXAMPLE of what I am talking about...just an example.