OGCT True Believers Bullshit Excuses, Need help to sink OGCT True Believers BS Excuses
May 19 2008, 11:11 AM
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[Thread title edited by d from "Non Believers Bullshit Excuses, Need help to sink Non believers bullshit excuses" for clarification]
OK... I am a member of a gaming site at OGN http://forums.ogn.com.au/forumdisplay.php?f=886
And I've been posting links to videos and sites in a thread I started there http://forums.ogn.com.au/showthread.php?t=54722 in the hope some ppl will see the truth.... anyway since I'll have to research this info which I really should do I thought some of you guys could just pump this info out off the top of your heads.
This is a quote is response to me saying tower 7 is the smoking gun, how can you overlook that this... he came back with this...
Speaking as an engineer, and having done a quick bit of reading to familiarise myself with the Tower Seven situation, my thought is "Damn, it took that long for that building to collapse?"
The damage to the building was significant. That's significant from an engineering point of view, i.e. it would have severely compromised the load bearing paths within the structure. While it's true they're still not sure why the thing collapsed, it's also true that there is only very sketchy information as to the extent of damage to the structure caused by falling debris from WTC1. The fact that they've identified a 10-storey high "gash" in the building, that completely destroyed a large chunk of two of the five rows of colums in the structure (and probably severely damaged the third) suggests some seriously unbalanced loads were acting on the building before it collapsed. It wouldn't take much to push that over the edge.
And I wouldn't call uncontrolled fires that burned from 10am until the building collapsed at 5pm "2 little spot fires"...
Not to rain on your parade or anything, but I don't see the need for explosives in any of the building collapses that day. Based on my knowledge of structural design (which is admittedly limited, as I majored in mechanical engineering, not civil), I can easily see how the structures failed in the way that they did.
Can someone destroy this guys narrow sighted conclusion so I can post a undeniable response. Its just a request and theres absolutely no obligation. thx guys
This post has been edited by dMole: Jan 29 2009, 03:01 PM
May 19 2008, 11:20 AM
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video: WTC7 The Smoking Gun of 9/11
And from "Architects and Engeneers for 9/11 truth http://www.ae911truth.org/
Lots of links in the original text.
(Frontpage, right column)
As your own eyes witness — WTC Building #7 (a 47 story high-rise not hit by an airplane) exhibits all the characteristics of a classic controlled demolition with explosives:
Rapid onset of “collapse”
Sounds of explosions at ground floor - a full second prior to collapse
Symmetrical “collapse” – through the path of greatest resistance – at nearly free-fall speed — the columns gave no resistance
“Collapses” into its own footprint – with the steel skeleton broken up for shipment
Massive volume of expanding pyroclastic dust clouds
Tons of molten Metal found by CDI (Demolition Contractor) in basement (What could have produced all of that molten metal?)
Chemical signature of Thermate (high tech incendiary) found in slag, solidified molten metal, and dust samples by Physics professor Steven Jones, PhD.
FEMA finds rapid oxidation and intergranular melting on structural steel samples
Expert corroboration from the top European Controlled Demolition professional
Foreknowledge of “collapse” by media, NYPD, FDNY
And exhibited none of the characteristics of destruction by fire, i.e.
Slow onset with large visible deformations
Asymmetrical collapse which follows the path of least resistance (laws of conservation of momentum would cause a falling, to the side most damaged by the fires)
Evidence of fire temperatures capable of softening steel
High-rise buildings with much larger, hotter, and longer lasting fires have never “collapsed”.
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