Logic doesn't dictate anything. probable means it is possible ,not the only or even the best solution to solving a problem , but possibly.<quoted text>
Not to mention the best probable explanation does not lose credibility by pointing out it is "probable", logic dictates one must prove there is a more "probable" alternative.
So far in the world of structural engineering the twoofers think that can be done theologians and architects
After all if every possible scenario has not been entered into an equation to solve the problem then the answer is incomplete.
Its a matter of grammatical structuring . Understanding the literal meaning of the words and using them to confuse the reader . But anyone with a fourth grade education can actually look them up to yield their absolute definition .Not "probable " definition . Yes some words can mean different things when used in different contexts but it doesn't make a bit of difference how you use the word probable it will always mean it is possible and nothing more. I can give you a more probable alternative , Two planes hit the towers setting off a chain of brilliantly placed demolition charges causing the buildings to collapse into rubble. But this scenario was not included in the nist ncstar 1 report nor the building 7 report making these incomplete .