hoi.polloi 4 Oct 26 2010, 04:25 AM wrote: Was there enough room underground for the wreckage of those buildings? Would they have really flattened out like a sprinkling of steel that settled in the shape of the buildings around them?
walkingwizard @ Oct 26 2010, 07:20 AM wrote:So whats up with the papers stuck on the copcars wiperarms? one thing that struck me regarding all these pics except from all the photo shop stuff, is that it almost always feels that something is missing in the pics. What i am trying to say is as if they were real you wouldnt get that feeling. The pics are too staged, i guess you could call it, even the ones that are so poorly made.
reel.deal 4 Oct 26 2010, 02:41 AM wrote:
These building were a quarter of mile high each. The idea that the rubble of these monstrosities packed itself up neatly and fit almost entirely into a much much smaller area beneath it is like me saying that last night I stood on a biscuit tin and hey presto! in a huff and jiffy I deconstructed my whole body and it packed itself into the tin with just my eyebrows and hair peaking ova the top.
Terence.drew 4 Oct 26 2010, 01:19 AM wrote:There is another aspect to the WTC rubble which stinks. The Height of it.
In 1998 in Detroit the J.L. Hudson Department Store fell to controlled demolition. A building with a footprint of 220 feet sides and a height of 420 feet, roughly 3 times smaller than one WTC building but of a similar girth ( and also a structural steel building).
hoi.polloi 4 Oct 26 2010, 07:57 PM wrote:These building were a quarter of mile high each. The idea that the rubble of these monstrosities packed itself up neatly and fit almost entirely into a much much smaller area beneath it is like me saying that last night I stood on a biscuit tin and hey presto! in a huff and jiffy I deconstructed my whole body and it packed itself into the tin with just my eyebrows and hair peaking ova the top.
Well, if you removed all the water from your body - which is 70 to 90% water - you might fit in a cookie tin. Since the World Trade Center is approximately a million times larger than you, it was made of approximately 70 to 90 million per cent water. Therefore, even before the jet fuel explosion evaporated the water, there was virtually nothing composing the towers pre-attack, and the remains of the airplanes fluttered down into the pit in the form of scraps of glittering, paper-thin shards of metal, where it coalesced into steel beams and terrorist-passport shaped rubble. There are no actual beams and cheap bandanas, but they resemble them. This is why everything looks a little "off".
You are debunked, terence!
Where's my NASA ticket to Mars, Simon?
hoi.polloi 4 Oct 27 2010, 05:08 AM wrote: What was placed there in the so-called "aftermath" was probably something like a sprinkling of maybe real debris, along with pre-cut pre-fab beams from the actual debris (or maybe pre-made in a propaganda lab in some base) put there in a post-modern artistic display of "ruin" complete with a potentially real "Beam Colosseum", a definitely real cheesy metal Christ cross made of welded-together beams which I saw physically with my own eyes in New York when I walked by Ground Zero many years later, and probably a bunch of other bizarre performance art in the wake of the actual buildings getting a Copperfield style disappearance act on the morning of September 11, 2001.
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