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Yeah, I visualize

November 4 2010 at 6:17 PM

Vince  (Login MoxiFox)
Von Klumpen


Response to Brought to mind...

(In a REAL collapse) ... the top plowing into the bottom, creating a dust cloud between them and then it slowing down, with crap breaking off and falling ... the top then going over to one side and actually falling RIGHT OFF to one side.

Remember, there were steel columns on the outside walls ... space only 24" apart. Steel doesn't crumble and pulverize like concrete does. If anything, we should have seen a HUGE BULGE going out to the sides as the top dropped down. Instead, we saw a tiny bit of folding on the south tower.

Did you ever see fighter jets brought to a stop on an aircraft carrier as they land? THAT is what it should have looked like when those tops dropped! A sudden "shtoook" and then a bit of follow-on and then a stopping .... with stuff continuing to fall disjointedly.

No ACCELERATION of falling. It should have gone down fast, then slow and continuing to fall ... like a guy falling down on a progressively collapsing bookshelf.

-Vince

-Vince

 
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