simonshack wrote:Heiwa wrote:
Now, please note the tall tree at right in the upper image: it appears higher than in the lower image. We must therefore assume that, for the upper image, the 'cameraman' was slightly closer to the bridge. However, this means that the bridge should also appear higher than objects behind it (the WTC7, for instance). Instead, the very opposite is observed. No focal distortion issues will account for this - unless one is willing to believe that 2 different cameramen shot these images, with slightly different lenses, one during the collapse of WTC1 and the other during the collapse of WTC2 - yet both standing at almost the exact same spot... But even such a stretch of imagination would not explain the relative heights/sizes of the WTC7 - and the 'walking trees' at left.
Generally speaking, blasters will explode the major support columns on the lower floors first and then a few upper stories. In a 20-story building, for example, the blasters might blow the columns on the first and second floor, as well as the 12th and 15th floors. In most cases, blowing the support structures on the lower floors is sufficient for collapsing the building, but loading columns on upper floors helps break the building material into smaller pieces as it falls. This makes for easier cleanup following the blast.
reel.deal wrote:I was thinking a payload missile would wreck the guaranteed cartoon 'plane-hole',
but, with missile AND cartoon plane-hole cutter-charges precision-synchronised, guess you can have it both ways...
so yeah, real missile fine... not a problem !
http://www.cluesforum.info/viewtopic.ph ... r#p2351975
Heiwa wrote:But is not a real missile too fast to be seen by millions missile watchers? Miss I le ... vity?
lux wrote: ... it seems to me if a real aircraft/missile struck the tower there would be a visible jolt or sway in the tower as a result of its impact. The towers were said to be flexible and did sway quite a bit just from the wind it is said.
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