As the most ignorant person here, you're funny!!<quoted text>
WTF part of TWO planes-one per building, went COMPLETELY over your IGNORANT empty skull?
Second though-retratcing the question.
It's already went beyond incredulous that such IGNORANCE even exists.
GOD BLESS AMERICA, our families, our troops (and America THANKS them for their service!), the CONSTITUTION and TERM LIMITS on the office of POTUS.
As Sister Lunt said, avgas and building furniture cannot produce the heat required to melt the massive I-beams that formed the core of the WTC. DUH
They actually tested this. Steel beams placed in a pyre of jet fuel and typical building furnishings. For 12 hours, and the beams didn't even bend, much less sheer off. But you're too ignorant to know any of that.
If you choose to believe the Gov't propaganda, it only proves what a dipshit you are.
You probably didn't know the WTC towers were designed to withstand a direct hit from an airplane. DUH
""Twin Towers' Designers Anticipated Jet Impacts Like September 11th's
Structural engineers who designed the Twin Towers carried out studies in the mid-1960s to determine how the buildings would fare if hit by large jetliners. In all cases the studies concluded that the Towers would survive the impacts and fires caused by the jetliners.
Evidence of these studies includes interviews with and papers and press releases issued by engineers who designed and oversaw construction of the World Trade Center.
1960s-era Jetliners Compared to Boeing 767s
Contrary to widely promoted misconceptions, the Boeing 767-200s used on 9/11/01 were only slightly larger than 707s and DC 8s, the types of jetliners whose impacts the World Trade Center's designers anticipated.
The Empire State building took a direct hit from a B-25, barely damaged anything than the floors nearby, dummy.
Modern skyscrapers are all designed to withstand airplane impacts, because they're so tall, you nitwit!!