Again, one of the dumber twoofer arguments.<quoted text>
If the impact of the jet really brought down the building it would have happened upon impact. Simply watch any video and you can clearly see most of the jet fuel burned up in the initial fireball. In my area I can burn trash, and a good hot fire burns clean but a slow smoldering fire smokes.
All the buildings surrounding the towers were damaged much more than the towers. Why didn't they collapse?
Hydrocarbon fires produce black smoke.
Funny how twoofers rely on such nonsense!
Whoops, you forgot to address that.<quoted text>Of course!
Why not just have permit offices remove the "controlled" portion of controlled demolition and light them on fire!
Reality is that fire has always been a threat to steel framed buildings which is why an entire industry is dedicated to products and services regarding fire protection exists.
Fallacious logic like yours only works in twooferdumb and is utterly ignored by scientists.
"Steel, like all materials, loses strength at temperatures in excess of 300°C, and at 600°C retains around 50% of its room temperature yield strength.1 To protect the structural steel frame or cold-formed steel floor and wall assemblies under fire conditions, building codes have assigned fire-resistance ratings to structural assemblies and components. In Canada fire testing as per CAN/ULC-S101 is used to establish fire resistance ratings. In these tests building construction assemblies are exposed to a standard time-temperature curve that rises rapidly to 840°C at 30 minutes and then increases more gradually to 1090°C at four hours."
"Numerous research programmes show that some types of fully stressed steel sections can achieve a fire resistance of 30 minutes without any additional protection materials being applied. However, these apply to a limited number of steel sections only, based on the allowable Section Factor Hp/A. Section Factor is a common term used in fire protection for steelwork."
"Fyreguard is a Queensland owned company established in 1984 specialising in Passive Fire Protection. Fyreguard provides services including the supply of Passive Fire Protection products and the design and certification of Passive Fire products and systems. Fyreguard also has a contracting division to meet any supply and installation requirements."
"The ability of structural steel to withstand major fires is questionable."
It really doesn't matter that twoofers don't get it.