Wtc Misrepresentations: New Book, Requesting Feedback
May 17 2012, 01:20 PM
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I am a new poster here. Hello to all participants and readers
This is the draft version of a book on the WTC collapses:
1: Science vs Subjective Viewpoints
2: WTC Collapses Misrepresented
....2.1: Progressive Floor Collapse in the WTC Towers
....2.2: Purpose of the NIST Reports
....2.3: NIST WTC1 Misrepresentation
....2.4: NIST WTC7 Misrepresentation
....2.5: NIST WTC2 Misrepresentation
....2.6: Bazant Misrepresentation of Collapse Progression
....2.7: Block Mechanics
....2.8: AE911T Misrepresentations of the Collapses
3: Toward Accurate Collapse Histories
4: Reassessing the Question of Demolition
5: Collapses Misrepresented as a False Choice
6: Testing the Thesis for Validity
The same table of contents is on my website, second menu down, here.
Thank you for any questions or feedback to help improve the book.
May 28 2012, 08:15 AM
Joined: 23-December 09
Member No.: 4,814
I have many slides explaining aspects of the WTC destruction. This site does not allow direct uploading from my hard drive. I can email the PDFs to you or anyone who is interested. PM me or send an email to jsandero at geeeeeeeeeeemail dot calm... I have one about Euler buckling.
If (as I believe it to be the case) that Euler buckling explains the the demise of the *spire*... and the popular 911 truth explanation is CD, cutter charges etc... those who offer another explanation - Euler Buckling - would obviously be *debunking* CD.
There are vids online about buckling of columns and the only key difference here is that the spire columns were on 36' segments. Col 501 was the tallest and it stood 78 stories... the shorter columns were about 50 stories... The ladder looking *thing* are columns 501 and 601 connected by cross bracing inside the express elevator shaft which extended to flr 44 (bracing was on all floors).
You can simulate how the spire would buckle in a small experiment. Take several small sticks... about 10" long and 1/4" x 1/8" and glue them together end for end. Col 501 was 26 segments tall! To simulate 501 glue 26 together and it will be 260" or 21' tall! Very tall and very thin! But you can do the experiment with 6 or 7 sticks. You can even put some tape around the joints to hold them in place.
When the glue has set... stand up the assembly (carefully) to vertical... then push down on the top. Observe what happens and where it buckles. If your work was precise... the assembly will bow and then break into several 10" sticks mid height and the top will section will drop straight down.
Structure is NOT scaleable... but this experiment will show you what happened to the spire columns.
This post has been edited by SanderO: May 28 2012, 08:24 AM
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