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Re: Why the burning tower in Britain never collapsed

Postby What_the » Jul 27th, 2017, 11:45 pm

averagejoe wrote:No jet fuel....WTC building #7.

Watch explosions bring er down....

Watch the elevator housing on the top collapse and then blowing out the concrete columns.

Would so rather be over educated that a knuckle dragging Neanderthal bereft of critical thought and imagination. Although in the case of Neanderthals, that's quite the insult.

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Re: Why the burning tower in Britain never collapsed

Postby What_the » Jul 27th, 2017, 11:51 pm

maryjane48 wrote:give it up ranger . you cant even explain why multiton chunks of steel were blown sideways over 500 feet . until you can accomplish that tiny part of the day then your nothing more than a firecracker with no wick [icon_lol2.gif]

Hmm, molten aluminum and water equals violent explosion.
Temps were sufficient for melting aluminum, regardless of forge effect, (which you didn't admit you're wrong about, the winds, just saying) . that could explain scrapnel expulsion. Ill also add the forces of tons of mass combined with resistancE and velocity do strange things, but also predictable
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Re: Why the burning tower in Britain never collapsed

Postby Ranger66 » Jul 28th, 2017, 8:45 am

“During the destructions of the twin Towers, massive steel beams, weighing 4 - 20 tons or more, were ejected horizontally as much as 520 feet”

Still waiting for your proof that this happened?
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Re: Why the burning tower in Britain never collapsed

Postby averagejoe » Jul 28th, 2017, 9:40 am

What_the wrote:
averagejoe wrote:No jet fuel....WTC building #7.

Watch explosions bring er down....

Watch the elevator housing on the top collapse and then blowing out the concrete columns.



Thanks for the re-post! :130:
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Re: Why the burning tower in Britain never collapsed

Postby Ranger66 » Jul 28th, 2017, 11:12 am

We are reviewing the twin towers not #7, I know it's hard to keep up.
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Re: Why the burning tower in Britain never collapsed

Postby averagejoe » Jul 28th, 2017, 12:39 pm

Ranger66 wrote:We are reviewing the twin towers not #7, I know it's hard to keep up.


[icon_lol2.gif] No...your discussing burning tower in Britain.
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Re: Why the burning tower in Britain never collapsed

Postby averagejoe » Jul 28th, 2017, 12:41 pm

Ranger66 wrote:During the destructions of the twin Towers, massive steel beams, weighing 4 - 20 tons or more, were ejected 500 feet horizontally


Here is a steel beam sticking out of a building....

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Re: Why the burning towere in Britain never collapsed

Postby averagejoe » Jul 28th, 2017, 1:16 pm

GordonH wrote:Exactly, I remember many years ago (on a much smaller scale) when the Dorchester on Harvey & Ethel. When it was being constructed a fire happened, at the time is was just shell with steel I beams. That fire generated really intense heat caused those I beams to warp/bend. The heat was so hot the siding on the other side of Harvey was melting, thats at least 50 meters away.
So yes if enough heat is generated steel will give way.


Wasn't the original siding vinyl?
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Re: Why the burning tower in Britain never collapsed

Postby averagejoe » Jul 28th, 2017, 1:21 pm

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Steel beams turn to steel dust.

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The same steel-dust phenomenon from another source.

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A video clip of steel turning to steel dust.

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What scooped out the middle portion of the building across the street from WTC2?
Also didn't collapse or catch fire...
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Re: Why the burning towere in Britain never collapsed

Postby GordonH » Jul 28th, 2017, 5:16 pm

GordonH wrote:Exactly, I remember many years ago (on a much smaller scale) when the Dorchester on Harvey & Ethel. When it was being constructed a fire happened, at the time is was just shell with steel I beams. That fire generated really intense heat caused those I beams to warp/bend. The heat was so hot the siding on the other side of Harvey was melting, thats at least 50 meters away.
So yes if enough heat is generated steel will give way.

averagejoe wrote:Wasn't the original siding vinyl?

Building still there its on southwest corner of Harvey & Ethel (across from Dorchester), not sure what type of siding (most likely vinyl).
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Re: Why the burning tower in Britain never collapsed

Postby Ranger66 » Jul 28th, 2017, 5:42 pm

"Here is a steel beam sticking out of a building...."

Funny no link.
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Re: Why the burning tower in Britain never collapsed

Postby averagejoe » Jul 28th, 2017, 11:31 pm

Ranger66 wrote:"Here is a steel beam sticking out of a building...."

Funny no link.



Here's a better picture...

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Funny here's a the link... :smt045

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Re: Why the burning tower in Britain never collapsed

Postby Ranger66 » Jul 29th, 2017, 10:53 am

heavy beams, weighing more than a hundred pounds,
heavy beams of metal. They landed more than a hundred feet away.

Lets compare your proof to what was claimed.

“During the destructions of the twin Towers, massive steel beams, weighing 4 - 20 tons or more, were ejected horizontally as much as 520 feet”


be your own judge.
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Re: Why the burning tower in Britain never collapsed

Postby What_the » Jul 29th, 2017, 2:52 pm

Accidental repost Joe. Wasn't confirming
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