The nuclear theory is refined, confirmed

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  1. Fangbeer

    Fangbeer Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    Look at all those loaders and backhoes. No chance they had something to do with removing rubble and earth from the site. Must have been a hurricane powered free energy beam that disintegrates structural steel, does not have an impact on office paper, but leaves craters.
     
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    That site is rubbish. Here's an extract from another article:
    Evil is as evil does. According to the following post on Global Research, USrael bears "partial responsibility" for the downing of the Ukraine jetliner. No wonder le Dauphin and his fellow vassals from the CBC were working overtime all weekend, attending vigils and melodramatically pushing the "tragedy of the Canadians of Iranian descent" who were killed in the crash. Trudeau was ordered by his Ziofascist Globalist controllers to do so. Ordered to imprint on the mushy brains of the non-sentient Canadian sheeple that it was "all Iran's fault. Here we have information that leads to a more rational theory. As I said at the very beginning in my first post on this topic....it was most likely the "usual suspects". Just proves you can never go wrong when you blame the Zionists for any bomb anywhere in the world at any time. It's what they doooooooooooo!

    Utter, utter garbage, just like the rest of this thread.
     
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    Kokomojojo Well-Known Member

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    Good point fang, when a building collapses it digs itself a big hole on the way down to fall into.

    free energy beams, that a pretty wacky theory you have there fang, how does that work?
     
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    Fangbeer Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    I don't know about your big fancy technical words, but laypeople typically call that "big hole" a foundation. In your picture, taken months after the collapse, the excavators have removed the damaged foundation and the collapsed rubble that damaged it.

    It doesn't. But that doesn't stop truthers from believing it was used. Just like they believe in golf ball sized micro nukes, that "dustificate"(TM) steel.

    Did you ever figure out which fissile material has a critical mass that could fit inside a golf ball?
     
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    Eleuthera Well-Known Member Donor

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    Thanks for the psychobabble, meaningless nonsense.

    Rational and scientific analysis of all known facts show the official narrative to be bankrupt. Your government deceived you 18 years ago, and you have not yet figured that out.
     
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    Eleuthera Well-Known Member Donor

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    Are you capable of discussing the subject matter, the message, instead of the messenger?
     
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    Fangbeer Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    Did you learn a new word today? You're not using it correctly.

    Just like you're not using science correctly.
     
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    yeh, we all know that when a building collapses it drives itself 100 feet inside solid rock, good thinking fang!
    you are the only one bringing it up, and we know there was at least one huge nuke imbedded in the rock at least 75ft under the basement.

    Damn what a coincidence thats just about how deep that hole is, amazing, totally.
    I never said anything about fissile material so you are claiming that is the only material that will cause explosive nueclear reaction?
     
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    Fangbeer Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    75 feet below the basement is over 145 feet below ground level. Your hole isn't deep enough.

    Yup. And we've had this discussion. All of your examples of fusion reactions required the energy of a fission reaction to initiate. Of course a tokamak reactor produces this energy with electricity, not fission, but it certainly doesn't fit in a golf ball either. And there's the little wrinkle that even the W7-X doesn't produce more energy than it requires to initiate and maintain.

    That's because the whole point of trying to find a viable fusion reactor is that the reaction cannot self sustain. The reactants must be contained in a high temperature high pressure state in order to produce energy. Stars do this with gravity. We do it on Earth with massive magnets. The second the energy of your imaginary golf ball sized fusion reactor gets out of the golf ball it necessarily stops working.
     
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    You cant be serious, can you? Did you measure it?

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    Furthermore, not only is it impossible for a building to dig its own hole in bedrock, I am still LMAO over that claim, its even more so impossible for it to undercut the bedrock and form such nice smooth undercuts no less.

    The fact is abnormal levels of nuclear residue was found on the site, and that doesnt come into existence on any site from a bag of grandmas cookies.
     
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    Starting at 22:25, the why and how of that big freakin' crater. Note the video was produced OVER 7 MONTHS before 9/11.

    Look at that big freakin' crater in 1967!

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    LOL
    Thats not the crater, thats the bathtub, thanks for pissing away my time. The crater extends deeper than the bathtub
     
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    Let's review.

    75 feet below the basement is more than 145 feet below ground.

    The hole is not 145 feet below ground level.

    You know what excavators are for right? You don't see any concrete in there do you? They removed it with the excavators.
     
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    riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiight
    they just dug out several million cubic yards of concrete, time to wake up! Hilarious! Get serious
     
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    Fangbeer Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    Several million? Where did you learn to math, Koko?

    The entire bathtub itself is 327 yards by 173 yards by 25 yards. How do you think they made the hole to pour the concrete into? Space beam nukes?

    And what do you think they did, fill the whole thing back up again with concrete?
     
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    typo, meant say cubic feet. I am not overly picky on precision grammar when I repsond to bullshit.
    You certainly love your space beams, so I will let you in a little secret, they dont exist fang.
    Only so called da'bunkers would build a hirise over a huge hole in the bedrock
    thankfully they are not engineers, and if the day should come they ever fake their way into the field I wont be going into any hirise they built.
     
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    All of the skyscrapers in Manhattan are built on bedrock.

    I'm sure there's a lot of buildings you shouldn't be going in.
     
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    right not over the top of a freakin hole that a debunker comedy act was pedaling when the hole was discovered.

    In fact last I heard they put a **** ton of concrete in the base before filling it in, they did not build the new tower over it, and IIRC that is where the now memorial swimming pool is
     
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    Fangbeer Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    Do you know what they built the new wtc right on top of?
     
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    Fangbeer Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    Ha. Edited after I posted. Lame.

    The glacial pothole is directly under tower 4. They found it digging the foundation for tower 4, and then they built tower 4 right on top of it.
     
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    No one:

    A tiny nuclear bomb was detonated underground that caused two towers off to the side to collapse from the top down without the same effect in surrounding buildings equally distant from the tiny bomb.
     
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    a grave yard,

    last I seen the hole was under wtc2, seems the original pics are no longer to be easily found, all that is easily found are the pics where 1/3 the hole is already filled with concrete
     
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    Fangbeer Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    The pic you posted shows it exactly where building 4 now stands.

    The building in the background is the post office. The camera is directly across from the front of the post office looking directly across the pothole. The pothole must be south of the post office.

    The memorial, which is south of the new wtc1 is clearly to the west of this.
     

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    Clearly not across from the postal building.
     

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    no its not clearly but its irrelevant and I could not care less.
     

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