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A silly yet rational 9/11 physics lesson

 
Dr. Yes
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A silly yet rational 9/11 physics lesson
Tower 1 - 1700 feet tall
Boeing 767 - 180 feet long
Ratio ~10:1
Speed at impact - 500 mph

Human - 72 inches tall
Arizona iced tea aluminum can - 7 inches tall
Ration ~10:1
Speed at impact - 50 mph

Building 7 - 741 ft
Proportion to Tower 1 - ~2:1


Experiment: If I throw a mostly empty iced tea can at some average height guy at a speed slower than your average softball pitch, will he implode into his own footprint?


Variable: How about if I fill it with gasoline and light it on fire first?


Expected outcome: I'd expect that he would collapse into his own size 10 footprint, since he doesn't have a reinforced steel structure like the mighty Tower 1...


Covariate
: And if Vern Troyer (2:1) just happened to be standing a few hundred feet away, will he also collapse into his own size 3 footprint in some previously unknown form of sympathetic physics?



The point:

Who are you going to believe: nameless, faceless disinfo agents and propaganda on the World Wide Web (of lies), or 1,835 Architects & Engineers publicly staking their reputations solely for the purposes of seeking truth? [link to www.ae911truth.org]

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Re: A silly yet rational 9/11 physics lesson
Lolol Brilliant! 5 stars!
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Re: A silly yet rational 9/11 physics lesson
Great use if humor to get a point across, nicely done

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Re: A silly yet rational 9/11 physics lesson
"collapse into its own footprint"


is that even possible for a human to do?


well neither did WTC I or II


bldg VII did
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Re: A silly yet rational 9/11 physics lesson
I'm glad to see that there are still some Americans that have the ability to think critically.

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Re: A silly yet rational 9/11 physics lesson
"collapse into its own footprint"


is that even possible for a human to do?


well neither did WTC I or II


bldg VII did
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Agreed, but pretty close to it. Physics would have them leaning and falling outward into a greater radius from the base than that which they did.

Excellent summary, OP. That's the kind of fun insightful analogy that shows how ridiculous the official story actually is.
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Re: A silly yet rational 9/11 physics lesson
You could add that the 6 foot tall guy is wearing an Iron Man-esque exoskeleton that also fails to support him, and also collapses at free-fall speed.

And as he's falling, a nickel flies out of his pocket and hits Verne Troyer (who is also wearing a cool Iron Man exoskeleton), causing Verne to collapse at free fall speed.
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Re: A silly yet rational 9/11 physics lesson
Physics would not have them falling into a greater radius than they did.


If you were a construction foreman, as I am, you would understand that the connections that hold a modern building are merely 2 1/2 times strength to withstand windload and live load, greater in earthquake zones.


As for physics, well, almost everyone understands that things fall straight down towards the center of the earth.


For good measure let's also realize that 1500 architects and engineers represent about 1% of that profession, interesting as well as that number matches the insanity rate of the general population.
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Re: A silly yet rational 9/11 physics lesson
The big problem with the traditional theory is the core.

And then there is building 7.

They have a quasi-credible theory on the pancake but it can't account for the core collapse. Had to be wired and detonated.
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Re: A silly yet rational 9/11 physics lesson
Physics would not have them falling into a greater radius than they did.


If you were a construction foreman, as I am, you would understand that the connections that hold a modern building are merely 2 1/2 times strength to withstand windload and live load, greater in earthquake zones.


As for physics, well, almost everyone understands that things fall straight down towards the center of the earth.


For good measure let's also realize that 1500 architects and engineers represent about 1% of that profession, interesting as well as that number matches the insanity rate of the general population.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 893826


then why do we need demolition experts to bring down a bldg? and how do you explain bldg. #7 collapsing, or the video of the owner silverman stating how he told the fire dept. to go ahead and pull it. you are the one who is demonstrating a form of mental illness.
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Re: A silly yet rational 9/11 physics lesson
Physics would not have them falling into a greater radius than they did.


If you were a construction foreman, as I am, you would understand that the connections that hold a modern building are merely 2 1/2 times strength to withstand windload and live load, greater in earthquake zones.


As for physics, well, almost everyone understands that things fall straight down towards the center of the earth.


For good measure let's also realize that 1500 architects and engineers represent about 1% of that profession, interesting as well as that number matches the insanity rate of the general population.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 893826



Correction: 1% of that profession that have the GUTS to state their opinion despite potential reprisal personally & professionally.

Let me summarize so you can understand: they have courage and conviction, you're a coward.
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Re: A silly yet rational 9/11 physics lesson
Tower 1 - 1700 feet tall
Boeing 767 - 180 feet long
Ratio ~10:1
Speed at impact - 500 mph

Human - 72 inches tall
Arizona iced tea aluminum can - 7 inches tall
Ration ~10:1
Speed at impact - 50 mph

Building 7 - 741 ft
Proportion to Tower 1 - ~2:1


Experiment: If I throw a mostly empty iced tea can at some average height guy at a speed slower than your average softball pitch, will he implode into his own footprint?


Variable: How about if I fill it with gasoline and light it on fire first?


Expected outcome: I'd expect that he would collapse into his own size 10 footprint, since he doesn't have a reinforced steel structure like the mighty Tower 1...


Covariate
: And if Vern Troyer (2:1) just happened to be standing a few hundred feet away, will he also collapse into his own size 3 footprint in some previously unknown form of sympathetic


The point:

Who are you going to believe: nameless, faceless disinfo agents and propaganda on the World Wide Web (of lies), or 1,835 Architects & Engineers publicly staking their reputations solely for the purposes of seeking truth? [link to www.ae911truth.org]


Impact force of the airplane is, roughly, 56.000.000 times bigger than a beer can. So stop wasting bandwidth

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Re: A silly yet rational 9/11 physics lesson
building VII is a different story, and was not included in your original analogy


the core disintigrated because hundreds of tons of building materials, concrete and steel broke the welds



and apparently y'all can't discuss physics without calling names and changing subjects

I knew both towers were coming down when I saw the 2nd plane hit


but then again I have experience in the field



sad you refuse to focus on the real questions and remain bogged down in the mechanics of the collapses of I and II, the physics of which you clearly do not comprehend
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Anonymous Coward "building VII is a different story, and was not included in your original analogy


the core disintigrated because hundreds of tons of building materials, concrete and steel broke the welds



and apparently y'all can't discuss physics without calling names and changing subjects

I knew both towers were coming down when I saw the 2nd plane hit


but then again I have experience in the field



sad you refuse to focus on the real questions and remain bogged down in the mechanics of the collapses of I and II, the physics of which you clearly do not comprehend"


If you were trying to sound intelligent you failed miserably. What a load.
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Re: A silly yet rational 9/11 physics lesson
Physics would not have them falling into a greater radius than they did.


If you were a construction foreman, as I am, you would understand that the connections that hold a modern building are merely 2 1/2 times strength to withstand windload and live load, greater in earthquake zones.


As for physics, well, almost everyone understands that things fall straight down towards the center of the earth.


For good measure let's also realize that 1500 architects and engineers represent about 1% of that profession, interesting as well as that number matches the insanity rate of the general population.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 893826



Correction: 1% of that profession that have the GUTS to state their opinion despite potential reprisal personally & professionally.

Let me summarize so you can understand: they have courage and conviction, you're a coward.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1814765


Bingo! It's hard to blame them with the number that speak out that meet untimely deaths.
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Re: A silly yet rational 9/11 physics lesson
Obviously, you have never taken a physics class.
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Re: A silly yet rational 9/11 physics lesson
Look up square-cube law sometime. Hint: there's a reason why elephants have big fat feet and ants have tiny thin ones.

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