911 WTC Steel vs 757 airliner! Who will win?

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  1. Wizard From Oz

    Wizard From Oz Banned at Members Request

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    Maximum speed of Betty Bomber (Mistubishi G4M1) 265 mph

    Maximum speed of Mitchel B25 272 mph - Believed to be doing close to half that speed when it hit the Empire Building.

    Speed of planes that the Towers 440 mph

    See what I did there?
     
  2. Kokomojojo

    Kokomojojo Well-Known Member

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    well if you are trying to make a case that you want to prove then prove it. otherwise its just more belches and beer farts like your pals hannibal and nab in their last few posts.
     
  3. Kokomojojo

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    I love the facts

    Have you figured out what a fact is yet? If you have do tell!


     
  4. Wizard From Oz

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    Well NAB designs buildings for a living, so I would suggest he is far better armed with facts than you are
     
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    Yet you don't appear to know any.
     
  6. Kokomojojo

    Kokomojojo Well-Known Member

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    there is no evidence on any of his posts that would indicate he is anything but a burger flipper at mickey d's like the other poster who spends all his time derailing threads and personally attacking others.
     
  7. Wizard From Oz

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    Well I bid on the supply of construction materials for a building he designed. Sadly the project ran out of money and we both had to go back to flipping burgers at McDonalds, though to be correct I was on the Fillet Of Fish station

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    Well I bid on the supply of construction materials for a building he designed. Sadly the project ran out of money and we both had to go back to flipping burgers at McDonalds, though to be correct I was on the Fillet Of Fish station
     
  8. Kokomojojo

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    well there should be a law passed that any architect or anyone else in the industry that buys the official story should be put on a list so that we the people can be informed of what buildings to stay away from.
     
  9. Wizard From Oz

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    Stay away from gas stations and supermarkets because the NIST also administers to their measuring needs as well

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    Stay away from gas stations and supermarkets because the NIST also administers to their measuring needs as well
     
  10. NAB

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    I'd prefer you stay away from any building I've done. The janitors would just have to clean up the stench you'd leave behind.
     
  11. NAB

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    I actually bothered trying to debate you truther morons years ago, but it's a zero sum game. In fact, you're one of the more disingenuous Truthers I've encountered in years (impressive feat mind you), so the only thing you deserve is derision and ridicule. You've earned nothing more than that with the pablum you post and defend.
     
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  13. Kokomojojo

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    well then, here is your opportunity to show everyone your expertise and tell us how every last part of a plane can penetrate a building.

    You see that has never been accomplished before in any account previously with exception to 911, so tell us how this can happen and how a plane can exit without deformation?

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    No, just keep supporting the "official" BS story. No point in abandoning the job now.
     
  15. NAB

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    How would my expertise help clarify the massive strawman you just dumped on this thread like all your turd posts?
     
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    when was the last time an airliner hit a curtain wall building?
     
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    When's the last time a Boeing 767 with the gross take off weight of 339,000 lbs, and traveling at speeds up to 435 mph(which hit the first tower), slammed into a building, with the force 2.196 billion impact force per square foot, other than the Twin Towers?

    Take a step back and listen to yourself.
     
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    9/11 was just the first time that a sufficiently large and heavy aircraft hit a building. The ESB is proportionally more crash-resistant than the WTC and a 757 is much larger than a nearly empty B-25.

    Nobody who has any clue what they are looking at thinks that your gif in any way looks like an aircraft coming out the other side of the building.
     
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    Break out the ticker tape, you've finally posted something that makes sense.
     
  20. Kokomojojo

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    curtain wall building?
     
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    what kind of force is that again?
     
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    The kinetic energy released by the impact of AA Flight 11 was
    = 0.5 x 395,000 x (689)^2/32.174
    = 2.914 billion ft lbs force (3,950,950 Kilojoules).



    The kinetic energy released by the impact of UA Flight 175 was
    = 0.5 x 395,000 x (865)^2/32.174
    = 4.593 billion ft lbs force (6,227,270 Kilojoules).
     
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    exactly
     
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    That pesky velocity squared really does ramp things up quick, doesn't it?
     
  25. Kokomojojo

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    well see for people who are completely clueless and know nothing about graphics, and know nothing about mechanical stuff, well they would read that and think you were a super genius for sure!

    Then there is the other crowd who know how to show how silly what you said really is.

    So from the top;

    How large is "sufficiently large" exactly.

    How heavy is "sufficiently heavy" exactly.

    You wouldnt mind showing us your work demonstrating this proportionality would you?

    also whatever point you imply you are making between the wtc and b25 and 757.

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    Oh sure it does, in fact its a frame by frame match in 3 dimensions from 3 camera angles and ironically you know that plane did not even slow down before it came out the other side.

    Man I am talkin frame by frame match. I proved earlier that it was not a dust "poof" because they do not look like that and neither do they reflect the sun!

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    Great post!
    Caveat
    as long as you can support it! LOL


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