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Pentagon Damage Analysis, A closer look

onesliceshort
post Feb 19 2013, 09:42 AM
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This is a study of the damage done to the Pentagon building on 9/11.

The Pentagon OCT has been torn to shreds by both CIT and Rob Balsamo in that witnesses place the aircraft nowhere near the necessary trajectory to cause the damage in the first place and that the work Rob and Pilotsfor911Truth have done on the alleged FDR and aerodynamic impossibilities speaks for itself.

This thread will concentrate on the visual damage itself from the facade through to the alleged "punchout hole".
Links and images may overlap and repeat but it's necessary to click on each to get a feel for the outlay of the building.

Edit added imageshack is pissing me about already. If you want to see hi res or larger images that are linked to, click on the link, click off and then on again.

(1) The "Right Wing Damage"

(2) Column 18AA

(3) The Stabilizers

(4) Column 11A

(5) The "Left Wing Damage"

(6) The Collapse Perimeter

(7) Column 13D

(8) Column Row 11DEF

(9) Column 7D

(10) Column 7G

(11) Column Rows 7-9

(12) Columns 9F and 9G

(13) An Explosive Event The Broken Slab

(14) Directional Damage vs The Broken Slab

(15) Column Row 5

(16) Column Row 3

(17) Column Row 1

(18) Wedge 2 and the "Punchout Hole"

Conclusions

(1) The ASCE Report is as deceptive as the NIST Report

(2) An Independent Column Damage Legend

(3) The fuel, the fireball and evidence for explosions

(4) The impossible debris path

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Column 11A

The ASCE Report marks 11AA as red (missing) and 11A as pink

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"Within collapsed area. Presumed to have significant impairment"




ASCE image:

http://img151.imageshack.us/img151/1300/column11a.jpg

11AA appears to have been missing in any images I've seen but there is a major flaw in the OCT regarding this area concerning the alleged and necessary "tilt" [Link1].
[First Floor Slab]

Here are a selection of images of this column. Note the gradual desintegration from a recognizable column, although damaged, until it's completely stripped to the wire.
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Although in early images, it was hard to make out, the column rebar was still connected to the floor:


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Yet this rebar somehow got pushed inwards (from what was almost an upright position) and stripped of cement as time progressed
[Img4][Img4Source]
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Column 11A Composite


Conclusion:

1. The ASCE Report and the OCT trajectory would have us believe that this section of the facade was where the left engine weighing
almost 12000lbs, the left half of the central fuel tank and of course the inner third of the left wing, smashed it's way through this section of the facade yet caused no damage to the foundation. And somehow failed to completely sever not only this specific column (11A) but a row of columns within this proposed area along the same OCT trajectory (namely Columns 9A, 9B and 9C)
[Img6]
[Img7][Img8]

Even the horizontal stabilizer is alleged to have passed through this point
[Img9]


2. The ASCE Report claimed that the cockpit "desintegrated essentially upon impact, but in the process opened up a hole allowing the trailing portions of the fuselage to pass into the building".

So, they are claiming that the entire 50ft of fuselage between the nosecone and wings had penetrated the facade at column 14 through to column 12. That the facade had been breached before reaching column 11A. That the 12,000lb left engine and inner third of wing and fuel within, travelling at the OCT 540mph somehow had less effect and had essentially desintegrated within several feet within a fraction of a second on an already breached, weakened facade.


3. What also has to be remembered is that not only is it being proposed that the aircraft wing, engine and horizontal stabilizer
passed through these columns but the renovated section of the facade itself which was allegedly held together by a web of steel and kevlar had to have been pushed through the same area.
[Img10]
[Img11]


The columns have had their concrete stripped but the rebar remains mainly intact on many within an area that was supposedly subject to a massive kinetic force. 11A specifically would require all of the above mentioned material (engine, wing, facade debris, etc) to have dematerialized within a fraction of a second. The damage is non conclusive as to an "impact" occurring. This is just an example of the inconsistencies to be found throughout the alleged damage path.

Couple all of the above with the fact that the Pentagon lawn was virtually debris free within the context of an alleged Boeing 757 crash and complete penetration .
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- onesliceshort   Pentagon Damage Analysis   Feb 19 2013, 09:42 AM
- - onesliceshort   THE "RIGHT WING DAMAGE" The damage to the Pentago...   Feb 19 2013, 09:44 AM
- - onesliceshort   COLUMN 18AA Column 18AA and its implications as p...   Feb 19 2013, 09:45 AM
- - onesliceshort   THE STABILIZERS The lack of vertical nor horizont...   Feb 19 2013, 09:46 AM
- - onesliceshort   Column 11A The ASCE Report marks 11AA as red (mis...   Feb 19 2013, 09:48 AM
- - onesliceshort   THE "LEFT WING DAMAGE" Columns 11AA th...   Feb 19 2013, 09:50 AM
- - onesliceshort   PERIMETER Column 17AA is marked as red ("mis...   Feb 19 2013, 09:52 AM
- - onesliceshort   COLUMN 13D Column 13D is marked as blue [IMG1] ...   Feb 19 2013, 09:53 AM
- - onesliceshort   Column row 11DEF Columns 11D, 11E and 11F are pa...   Feb 19 2013, 09:55 AM
- - onesliceshort   Column 7D QUOTE Impact damage to the structure ab...   Feb 19 2013, 09:58 AM
- - onesliceshort   Column 7G 7G is another controversial column. Bot...   Feb 19 2013, 09:59 AM
- - onesliceshort   Column Rows 7 - 9 Beyond the OCT directional dama...   Feb 19 2013, 10:00 AM
- - onesliceshort   Columns 9F and 9G The next two columns are 9F and...   Feb 19 2013, 10:01 AM
- - onesliceshort   An explosive event the broken slab The further ...   Feb 19 2013, 10:03 AM
- - onesliceshort   Directional damage vs the "broken slab" ...   Feb 19 2013, 10:04 AM
- - onesliceshort   Column Row 5 This deep into the building, we are ...   Feb 19 2013, 10:06 AM
- - onesliceshort   Column Row 3 Column row 3 [Img1] is the area wher...   Feb 19 2013, 10:07 AM
- - onesliceshort   Column Row 1 Column row 1 is made up of double co...   Feb 19 2013, 10:09 AM
- - onesliceshort   Wedge 2 and the "punchout hole" Now we ...   Feb 19 2013, 10:10 AM
- - onesliceshort   Conclusion 1 The ASCE Report is as deceptive as t...   Feb 19 2013, 10:11 AM
- - onesliceshort   An Independent Column Damage Legend If we follow ...   Feb 19 2013, 10:12 AM
- - onesliceshort   The fuel, the fireball and evidence of explosions ...   Feb 19 2013, 10:12 AM
- - onesliceshort   The impossible "debris path" Let's ...   Feb 19 2013, 10:12 AM
- - onesliceshort   Here's one OCT claim that impact theorists sho...   Feb 19 2013, 10:19 PM
- - onesliceshort   Is the prospect of the Pentagon damage being the r...   Feb 20 2013, 04:30 PM
- - onesliceshort   Another physical debunk of this alleged debris, na...   Feb 22 2013, 11:32 AM
|- - elreb   QUOTE (onesliceshort @ Feb 22 2013, 05:32...   Feb 22 2013, 09:56 PM
||- - onesliceshort   QUOTE (elreb @ Feb 23 2013, 02:56 AM) Thi...   Feb 23 2013, 07:36 AM
|- - 23investigator   QUOTE (onesliceshort @ Feb 23 2013, 01:02...   Feb 23 2013, 01:13 AM
|- - onesliceshort   QUOTE (23investigator @ Feb 23 2013, 06:1...   Feb 23 2013, 07:21 AM
|- - 23investigator   QUOTE (onesliceshort @ Feb 23 2013, 08:51...   Feb 23 2013, 07:49 AM
- - onesliceshort   Robert please provide Wallace's direct quotes ...   Feb 23 2013, 08:23 AM
|- - 23investigator   [quote name='onesliceshort' date='Feb ...   Feb 23 2013, 03:48 PM
|- - 23investigator   [quote name='23investigator' date='Feb...   Feb 24 2013, 02:21 AM
- - onesliceshort   QUOTE And an idea of what those scraps were around...   Feb 23 2013, 10:10 AM
- - onesliceshort   Robert, I've answered most of what you say wit...   Feb 24 2013, 07:05 AM
|- - 23investigator   QUOTE (onesliceshort @ Feb 24 2013, 08:35...   Feb 24 2013, 07:47 AM
- - elreb   OSS, Please explain the following: The firefight...   Feb 24 2013, 10:40 PM
|- - onesliceshort   QUOTE (elreb @ Feb 25 2013, 03:40 AM) OSS...   Feb 25 2013, 05:57 AM
|- - onesliceshort   QUOTE (onesliceshort @ Feb 25 2013, 10:57...   Feb 25 2013, 12:54 PM
|- - onesliceshort   QUOTE (onesliceshort @ Feb 25 2013, 05:54...   Feb 25 2013, 05:05 PM
- - elreb   QUOTE Alan Wallace usually worked out of the Fort ...   Feb 25 2013, 05:21 PM
|- - onesliceshort   QUOTE (elreb @ Feb 25 2013, 10:21 PM) Let...   Feb 25 2013, 05:30 PM
- - onesliceshort   Edit added imageshack is pissing me about alread...   Feb 25 2013, 10:23 PM
- - onesliceshort   From another thread but very much related to the d...   Mar 29 2013, 07:40 AM
- - onesliceshort   QUOTE This was a memorial service a year after the...   Mar 29 2013, 07:41 AM
- - onesliceshort   Just goong to bump this for the heck of it.   Apr 30 2013, 11:28 AM


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