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Re: For Kikapu

Postby Lordo » Mon Jul 25, 2016 10:40 pm

try this for experiment so see if you can break an egg in this way.


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Re: For Kikapu

Postby Maximus » Mon Jul 25, 2016 10:41 pm

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Maximus wrote:Why when one plane goes in to one of the towers its nose comes out the other end still intact but when the other went in to the other tower, it didnt come through the other end?

more bullshit. these kind of building have a solid concrete lift shaft which is used to support the building and the rest is steel frame with glass walls. if one hits the lif shaft and the other one does not that is exactly what will happen. people are just too stupid. listen to the construction engineers. they explained exactly what happened.


So why did the first plane's nose come out the other end of the first building still intact. The nose on a boeing 747 is hollow.
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Re: For Kikapu

Postby Maximus » Mon Jul 25, 2016 10:42 pm

Lordo wrote:try this for experiment so see if you can break an egg in this way.




I get the point you are trying to make but this is not a good comparison re Lordo.
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Re: For Kikapu

Postby Kikapu » Mon Jul 25, 2016 10:46 pm

BTW, for the record, I was never for the conspiracy theories regarding the Twin Towers. We have had a long thread on this topic few years ago here on CF. Maybe someone can bring it back to life again. :idea:
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Re: For Kikapu

Postby Get Real! » Mon Jul 25, 2016 10:48 pm

Maximus wrote:
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Maximus wrote:do you see the difference If this was scaled down so the plane represented a bullet and the towers represented a steel plate? Would the bullet penetrate the steel plate?

That's not a correct comparison... you can't scale things down like that without also softening the materials.

Try this for an experiment...

If I were to turn the building on its side and simply place the 200 ton plane on the building’s side the beams would collapse from the plane's weight let alone a moving weight!

You can easily calculate the Energy of the impact if you have the exact weight and speed and I'm sure you'd find that the energy produced would be tremendous.


I dont see how that is physically possible, those beams are strong enough to support a whole tower, which weighs much more than a boeing 747.

They are THIN beams bent in a special way for better strength (much like a car bumper) to support an upward structure when used together with all other beams. They’re not designed to take impacts from the side and they are certainly not solid.

Nobody designs buildings to withstand planes hitting from the sides. Well at least not until this incident happened.
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Re: For Kikapu

Postby Maximus » Mon Jul 25, 2016 10:52 pm

Get Real! wrote:
Maximus wrote:
Get Real! wrote:
Maximus wrote:do you see the difference If this was scaled down so the plane represented a bullet and the towers represented a steel plate? Would the bullet penetrate the steel plate?

That's not a correct comparison... you can't scale things down like that without also softening the materials.

Try this for an experiment...

If I were to turn the building on its side and simply place the 200 ton plane on the building’s side the beams would collapse from the plane's weight let alone a moving weight!

You can easily calculate the Energy of the impact if you have the exact weight and speed and I'm sure you'd find that the energy produced would be tremendous.


I dont see how that is physically possible, those beams are strong enough to support a whole tower, which weighs much more than a boeing 747.

They are THIN beams bent in a special way for better strength (much like a car bumper) to support an upward structure when used together with all other beams. They’re not designed to take impacts from the side and they are certainly not solid.

Nobody designs buildings to withstand planes hitting from the sides. Well at least not until this incident happened.



watch this

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RZjhxuhTmGk


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Re: For Kikapu

Postby Lordo » Mon Jul 25, 2016 10:54 pm

Maximus wrote:
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Maximus wrote:Why when one plane goes in to one of the towers its nose comes out the other end still intact but when the other went in to the other tower, it didnt come through the other end?

more bullshit. these kind of building have a solid concrete lift shaft which is used to support the building and the rest is steel frame with glass walls. if one hits the lif shaft and the other one does not that is exactly what will happen. people are just too stupid. listen to the construction engineers. they explained exactly what happened.


So why did the first plane's nose come out the other end of the first building still intact. The nose on a boeing 747 is hollow.

i told you already one could have hit the lift shaft and the other did not. the only way to find out is to look at the forensic reports to see where the plane entered compared to the location of the lift shaft for each building and that will give you your answer.

there is a documentary expalining everything.
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Re: For Kikapu

Postby Get Real! » Mon Jul 25, 2016 10:55 pm

That's very thick concrete! There's no comparison.
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Re: For Kikapu

Postby Maximus » Mon Jul 25, 2016 10:56 pm

Lordo wrote:
Maximus wrote:
Lordo wrote:
Maximus wrote:Why when one plane goes in to one of the towers its nose comes out the other end still intact but when the other went in to the other tower, it didnt come through the other end?

more bullshit. these kind of building have a solid concrete lift shaft which is used to support the building and the rest is steel frame with glass walls. if one hits the lif shaft and the other one does not that is exactly what will happen. people are just too stupid. listen to the construction engineers. they explained exactly what happened.


So why did the first plane's nose come out the other end of the first building still intact. The nose on a boeing 747 is hollow.

i told you already one could have hit the lift shaft and the other did not. the only way to find out is to look at the forensic reports to see where the plane entered compared to the location of the lift shaft for each building and that will give you your answer.

there is a documentary expalining everything.


You are telling me that it went through the whole building, missed the lift shaft, and come out the other end with its nose still intact? :lol:
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Re: For Kikapu

Postby Maximus » Mon Jul 25, 2016 11:04 pm

Get Real! wrote:That's very thick concrete! There's no comparison.


It is thick concrete but those steel beams are also tough and dont need to be as thick to have the same effect..

There is something about the way the buildings fell too. They fell like a building would under a controlled explosion.
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