Absolutes hogwash.My short analysis of 9-11
I'm not an architect or a structural engineer or a physicist but as a machinist I have machined various types of metal for 25 years, I feel I know something about metals.
In my opinion it is totally impossible for a plane (made out of aluminum sheeting) to KNIFE through massive steel beams in-cased in concrete. Certainly not in the fashion that it was shown on television; it looked like it was knifing through butter... impossible! Even if the nose could penetrate the building, the wings should have been sheared off. They doctored up the video and we saw what they wanted us to see, and they can do anything with computer simulations. You don't have to be a physicist to know that it is impossible for aluminum to cut through metal, let alone massive pieces of metal and concrete.
Furthermore, I find it strange that so much fire shot out on the opposite side of the building. Why didn't more fire shoot out the back because that's where the least amount of resistance should have been.
The only thing that makes sense is that a drone hit the building, and bombs were planted inside the building to get the effects they wanted. After all, how did so much of the fire shoot out the side of the building that was undamaged? Sure the explosion from jet fuel could have blown it out but more of it should've come out of the hole that was made by the plane.
The towers were designed to withstand a 707 airplane crash. Yes a 757 is bigger, it is about 16% longer (it is more advanced in several areas) for one it is more energy efficient; one of reasons is that it is made out of thinner metal and carbon fiber. Therefore a 757 should have caused less damage than a 707. One architect said, the towers should have withstood multiple jet crashes.
Airplanes have crashed into high-rise building in the past. Throughout world history, no metal frame high-rise building has ever collapsed by airplane crashes or by fire. Why do you think they use metal? These building were up to code which means the sprinkle system should have extinguished any fires. And these building are constructed with fire resistant materials.
To cut metal you have to use something that is harder than the metal you are cutting. I mostly used carbide which is the hardest metal known to mankind, we even used diamonds in certain applications. Without this tough material, metal could never be machined. Hacksaw blades are made from high carbon steel, drills are made from a metal called high speed tooling or drill rod.
Like the old saying: you can fool some of the people of the time, but you can't fool all the people all the time.
p=mv destroys your gibberish.