News & Current Events
david_taylor_jr — 2017-10-11T09:12:01-04:00 — #1
Continuing the discussion from Las Vegas Shooting ... media cover up?:
You don't need to melt steel for it to fail structurally and jet fuel was not the only thing burning in the towers. They came straight down because of the pancaking effect of the upper floors completely failing and falling onto the lower floors.
I have researched it so don't take my word for it. Here is what Popular Mechanics says about the incident:
tyrone_howard — 2017-10-11T09:48:48-04:00 — #2
The 9/11 falling looked like planned demolition to me. I don't know what planned demolition looks like in person, but i saw a couple videos back when I was intrigued about this they were comparable.
will_scholten — 2017-10-11T10:05:03-04:00 — #3
The first picture in the article, must have been taken right after the plane hit the second tower,
1) when these towers were built the were made to withstand multiple hits from jets, right.(granted the jets are bigger now)
Now one jet flies completely intact wing tip and tail, into this structure and immediately shifts the top of the tower.
2) the first tower you see most of the fire stayed at the top of the tower, how did the bottom get so weak, that it collapsed so evenly, how did ALL the metal loose all its strength at the exact time. It is impossible, for the top to give way and make it come collapsing down from the top to bottom at free fall speeds!
3) listen to the explosions going on in the reporters mics!
david_taylor_jr — 2017-10-11T11:52:58-04:00 — #4
sigh did you actually read the article? It addresses this....
Did you actually read the article? Good grief. What size tin foil hat would you like?
will_scholten — 2017-10-11T13:24:47-04:00 — #5
I guess font that is big enough to believe, yes I read it.
The sheet metal is 2 ml thick near the tip of the wing! (scroll down to Wing in article!)
Sorry Dave, I cannot find the article, I read about the thickness of these beams, but even from the picture, in your own mind, do you think it is possible for a jet to just slice though this like butter, much less the wing tips and tail?
david_taylor_jr — 2017-10-11T13:37:44-04:00 — #6
Um, who said it sliced through like butter? It rammed into the building at an extremely high speed like a cannon ball.
will_scholten — 2017-10-11T14:07:12-04:00 — #7
no resistance= like butter!
also, in the videos of the 2nd tower, people do not see windows or decals on the plane, and even show a flash before impact!
david_taylor_jr — 2017-10-11T14:09:43-04:00 — #8
Um, you do realize that if there was no resistance the plane would have kept going right on through the building right? In one piece? Last I checked, that didn't happen. In other words, it did not slice through the building like butter. It pummeled into the building and crashed.
I'm not sure what you are trying to say about the 2nd tower?
will_scholten — 2017-10-11T14:17:44-04:00 — #9
Yes I do, watch this;
tyrone_howard — 2017-10-11T14:21:50-04:00 — #10
Not enough for me...I'm no longer interested enough to figure it out though. There's never going to be truth in what we are told. I've accepted it.
david_taylor_jr — 2017-10-11T14:58:50-04:00 — #11
Good grief, we already know what happened.
I can't watch youtube.
tyrone_howard — 2017-10-11T15:06:38-04:00 — #12
I respect that's how you feel. If this were 7 years ago i would list case and point after case and point on how theres enough cause for suspicion. Seriously though, its not worth it.
david_taylor_jr — 2017-10-11T15:08:12-04:00 — #13
Except that there's not. The evidence of what happened is abundant, cables, intelligence, it's all there. Passports, flight school, everything, it is all there. There is no question at all about what actually did happen. Everyone who thinks otherwise is delusional.
tyrone_howard — 2017-10-11T15:12:59-04:00 — #14
I have to give you this, because I'm not willing to go through it all over again.
I Will ask this: do you trust your government explicitly, or are they capable, even probable to lying for what they perceive are the public's best interest?
david_taylor_jr — 2017-10-11T15:24:18-04:00 — #15
Of course I don't trust them explicitly. Example, I didn't believe them for one second when they talked about how good Obamacare would be.
But when conspiracy theorists want to come out over everything that ever happens they are the ones that need to prove some things. Bullet proof. And everything that they raise about 9/11 and now Las Vegas is EASILY debunked. Most of the arguments regarding 9/11 conspiracies aren't even logical and just make them sound like idiots.
will_scholten — 2017-10-11T16:34:18-04:00 — #16
Yes, sometime a little to much!
Like a terrorist passport falling down,and landing at the feet of the FBI. Imagine that a piece of paper surviving.
Don't forget about the jet engine on the ground that was the wrong engine (oops) they blew it again!!
That is to bad, so much on there;
My grandson broke the headlight on my van, youtube showed me how to replace it.
I just put a metal roof on my house, watched lots of videos how to do it.
My son caught a nice pike, how do I remove the Y bone, youtube showed me how!
Something wrong with my cell phone, youtube.