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Purdue University Explains How (/11 Buildings Are Brought Down
06-14-2007, 03:46 AM,
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Purdue University Explains How (/11 Buildings Are Brought Down
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06-14-2007, 04:03 AM,
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Purdue University Explains How (/11 Buildings Are Brought Down
that does nothing to explain how they were brought down, only how the plane entered the building.
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06-14-2007, 05:36 AM, (This post was last modified: 06-14-2007, 05:37 AM by JohnDoe1984.)
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Wow! they're pretty good. They explained the unexplainable in a 1min video with no words.


Yep, looks like a simulated plane hitting a building....that's it? Big deal.

They weren't just buildings either. They were 2 of the strongest buildings ever built by man. They could theoretically withstand 11.0 earthquakes. They were OVER-engineered to the hilt. You could cut all the columns at the ground level on one entire side leaving only 3 sides left to support the building and it would still stand. The undamaged lower floors should have never failed and they certainly should never have done so as fast as they did. How does your video explain that? How did the plane impacting the 80th floor area blow the windows out of the lobby? The building is hermetically sealed to stop fires from spreading between floors. It's actually 3 buildings stacked on top of one another. Explosive force from the impact has no possible way to reach the lobby, yet in video evidence just after the first impact we can see all the windows blown out of the lobby and the marble panels loose from the walls.
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06-14-2007, 05:42 AM,
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Purdue University Explains How (/11 Buildings Are Brought Down
That's as dumb as Popular Mechanics.
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06-14-2007, 03:37 PM,
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Purdue University Explains How (/11 Buildings Are Brought Down
If thats it- then thats was pretty shitty.
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06-14-2007, 03:52 PM,
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Quote:That's as dumb as Popular Mechanics.


Indeed. That John Mcain article was the height of arrogant ignorance.
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