Once again you are ignoring things you have been told many times. When the top started to collapse the impact force sheared the bolts holding the floors. Events cascaded from there.
Unless you quit shouting and come up with a plausible alternate scenario no one will listen to you.
What is your alternative?
Where is there any shouting in this video?
Where is your model of a complete collapse? Where have any of your EXPERTS built a model that can completely collapse?
So you can repeat the same stuff you repeated before. I am so impressed!
You are just talking about the floors pancaking outside and of course stacks of floors were never found. But you explain nothing about what happened to the core columns and the horizontal beams connecting columns in THE CORE. You just ignore what does not fit into your paradigm.
If the floors pancaked then where were the stacks of floors in the rubble?
THE CORE of the north tower above the airliner impact zone had to come down on the STATIONARY CORE below the impact zone. All of this talk about bolts has nothing whatsoever to do with THE CORE coming down. It was the amount of steel in THE CORE and the PERIMETER COLUMNS that had to increase down the building. The floor and bolts were mostly the same. You are ignoring the realities of the building while accusing me of ignoring what you say. You aren’t saying anything important to the physics. You don’t even have evidence of pancaking floors and the NIST says that did not happen.
NIST’s findings do not support the “pancake theory” of collapse, which is premised on a progressive failure of the floor systems in the WTC towers (the composite floor system—that connected the core columns and the perimeter columns—consisted of a grid of steel “trusses” integrated with a concrete slab; see diagram). Instead, the NIST investigation showed conclusively that the failure of the inwardly bowed perimeter columns initiated collapse and that the occurrence of this inward bowing required the sagging floors to remain connected to the columns and pull the columns inwards. Thus, the floors did not fail progressively to cause a pancaking phenomenon.
So if the NIST does not agree with your pancaking then what are you talking about?