[Noisebridge-discuss] Get the F Out!
jake at spaz.org
Thu Mar 14 19:44:49 UTC 2013
god, you people will believe anything.
On Thu, 14 Mar 2013, Martin Bogomolni wrote:
> Leaving this link here. http://www.debunking911.com/firsttime.htm
> On Thu, Mar 14, 2013 at 12:05 PM, Jake <jake at spaz.org> wrote:
>> large and barely controlled fires - those have happened in skyscrapers
>> around the world and NEVER resulted in even a partial collapse. But you
>> said "more plausible," so i guess i can't argue with that.
>> don't forget that the fires in towers 1 and 2 burned for only for about an
>> hour, and building 7 burned for maybe 8 hours but kindof a small pathetic
>> these were some big skyscraper fires (no collapses though):
>> One Meridian Plaza is a 38-floor skyscraper in Philadelphia that suffered
>> a severe fire on February 23, 1991. The fire started on the 22nd floor
>> and raged for 18 hours, gutting eight floors and causing an estimated
>> $100 million in direct property loss. 1 2 3 It was later described
>> by Philadelphia officials as "the most significant fire in this century".
>> The fire caused window breakage, cracking of granite, and failures of
>> spandrel panel connections. 4 Despite the severity and duration of the
>> fire, as evidenced by the damage the building sustained, no part of the
>> building collapsed.
>> Gopiballava Flaherty wrote:
>> On Mar 14, 2013, at 11:31 AM, Jake <jake at spaz.org> wrote:
>>> hopefully nobody on this list thinks that three steel skyscraper can just
>>> all collapse into their own footprints, because two of them were hit with
>> I think that what you describe would be unlikely, yes.
>> However, large and barely controlled fires followed by collapses that went
>> outside the buildings footprints - which is a more accurate description of
>> 9/11 - are somewhat more plausible.
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