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Topic: The Physics Establishment: Choir Of Parrots
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Re: The Physics Establishment: Choir Of Parrots
Posted: Aug 10, 2006 6:24 AM
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Ok, I'm convinced. What turned the trick for me is #1, "Corey tells the cop, 'I'm sorry -- but you are wrong" after an eyewitness reportthat WT7 burned for 3 hours, which given the collapse of the previous twobuildingsis not only credible, but highly probable.I have disagreement with Einstein based on his mathematics, but Schoenfeldis simply a lunatic and is accordingly *plonked*.Thank you for the link.Androcles."John P." <> wrote in| "Schoenfeld" wrote in a message|| >> The bigger question is, why do people continue to ask how the WTC| >> buildings| >> fell at freefall speed, which the claim to be around 9.5 seconds forthe| >> towers and 6.5 seconds for WTC 7, when the evidence indicates thetowers| >> fell in 14+ seconds and WTC 7 in 13?|| > Because people can use a clock, they can count seconds, and they can| > see for their own eyes.|| There is some incogruity there. If one can use a clock and see, then one| cannot come up with 9.5 seconds for either tower or 6.5 for WTC 7.||| In this video, you'll note that at around the 12 second mark, the camera| operator turns the camera towards the collapsing tower one final time. Itis| still collapsing and has about 40 floors or so to go. That would put the| collapsed firmly at something over 12 seconds, in the neighborhood of14-15| seconds. How would one use a clock and eyesight to see that as 9.5seconds?|||| In this video, you can see the initiation of the WTC 7 collapse - the| mechanical penthouse on the left, collapsing through the roof. For 6| seconds, you cannot see what is happening, then you can see the reminderof| the collapse. You get a total collapse time of right at 13 seconds. How| would one use a clock and eyesight to see that as 6.5 seconds?|| > The need is to account for the evidence. Either Galileo was wrong or|| Galileo did fine. Perhaps he just had a better watch than most alternate| conspiracy theorists have?|| > WTC 1,2 & 7 were brought down by controlled demolition.|| WTC 1 & 2 were brought down by a combination of fuel laden 767's crashing| into them and the resulting fires. The evidence and facts allow anyone to| arrive at that conclusion. There is no evidence and are no facts tosupport| any of the alternate theories - they are based on false information, some| times doctored evidence, misinterpretation of evidence, bad guesses, bad| science, or just wishful thinking.|| WTC 7 was brought down by the same thing that brought down 24 other| buildings in the area around the WTC towers - the collapsing towers. How| could anyone not grasp how 1 out of 25 buildings collapsed while at thesame| time readily understanding how the other 24 were damaged or destroyed bythe| collapsing towers?|| The building was heavily damaged and had extensive fires. There is no| evidence that allows one to arrive at any conclusion other than the damage| and the fires causing the collapse.||| > If H is the average floor-height and N is the total number of floors| > inthe building, then the optimal collapse solution for the pancake| > model is N separate freefalls each of height H.|| > The video evidence clearly shows 1 freefall of height N*H for each| > building.|| It clearly doesn't. The buildings were not designed to handle the huge| dynamic loads placed on the structure once the collapse initiate. Thereare| no structural engineers that see anything suspicious or wrong about theway| they collapse or the amount of time it took for them to collapse. Les| Robertson was *surprised* (and thankful) that they stood as long as they| did.||

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