I moved this out of crop circles and pseudo-science since skyscrapers are grade school physics.
I’m sorry. I didn’t know I had to specify a VERTICAL STRUCTURE.
That is what WTC 1 & 2 were. The conservation of momentum doesn’t apply to a bridge falling down through empty space like the mass of the top of the north tower falling down into mass designed to support it.
I purposely chose bridges to point out how silly your implication is. Bridges don’t have story after story of excess weight on top of them.
So now it is your turn. You show me any other self-supporting vertical structure that:
Was already weakened by being slammed into at 500 MPH by a jetliner
Had its fire proofing knocked off its trusses
Burned uncontrollably from a combination of jet-fuel and office furniture
Had its steel load lateral holding columns sheared off by a jetliner
Oh and while your at it, find me one controlled demolition crew that can drill thousands of holes in concrete, cut and pre-score thousands of support beams, insert hundreds of pounds of explosives, run thousands of feet of wiring for the weeks on end it would require and all in an occupied building without anyone noticing anything unusual…and keeping quite about it for nearly 10 years!
Even though you can’t show any of those, I can show you a self-supporting vertical structures that collapsed from fire:
You will notice it was a toilet paper factory. Appropriate for all the shit that comes from the vile and disgusting Troofers!
You brought up the bridges because you are STUPID!
And can you tell us the TONS of steel on every level of these self supporting vertical structures?
The NIST couldn’t do it for the WTC in 3 years with 10,000 pages and $20,000,000.
So if the airliner could do so much damage then why did the building only move 15 inches due to the impact?
It seems you can’t handle any rational physics since you need to come up with the moronically emotional “all the shit that comes from the vile and disgusting Troofers!” :lol:
And then the example you use is a ROOF COLLAPSE. A horizontal structure like a bridge. It was not a vertical structure having to hold dozens of levels of its own weight.
He added: “Intense heat buckled the steel girders holding the roof.”
So how thick does the steel have to be to support a roof?