Hello psikeyhackr. Would you mind telling me exactly how you think the towers came to collapse?
The people who BELIEVE that an airliner and fire could totally destroy the north tower do not have to explain it in terms of accurate data about the buildings but people who do not believe it are supposed to explain things in detail even though they are denied accurate data.
Great SCIENCE from atheists.
Skyscrapers must hold themselves up. That means the levels at the bottom must support much more weight than the levels near the top. So obviously the designers had to figure out how to distribute the steel up the buildings long before they were hit by aircraft. Gravity has everything to do with skyscrapers and therefore any supposed collapse.
So why do we have a problem with getting that information?
A bowling ball dropped from the top through vacuum would take 9.2 seconds to hit the ground. Dr. Sunder of the NIST told PBS that the north tower came down in 11 seconds. That does not include the remains of the core called “The Spire”. The whole thing came down in 25 seconds. So how could mass falling from the top destroy supports underneath the impacted mass and accelerate enough to come down in less than 26 seconds.
Chris Mohr talks about material coming down at 100 mph.
In Earth’s gravitational field it takes a mass a little more than 4.5 seconds to reach 100 mph. But that is assuming no air resistance to significantly affect the speed. In that time the mass would travel 324 feet. That would be 27 stories of height of the WTC. Now how much mass, in steel and concrete, would there be in 27 stories of the WTC? So it all skyscrapers must get heavier toward the bottom. So how does smaller, lighter and weaker mass accelerate its greater? Believers do not have to explain that and don’t even want accurate data.
That is what makes 9/11 a scientific joke.
It is so curious that Niel De Grasse Tyson sent an email about his experience on 9/11 but has said NOTHING about it since then. He neither supports nor denies the Official Story.
There is so much silence from so many scientists about this. Curiouser and curiouser.