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Was 9/11 a conspiracy??

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911 was an inside job

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Charlie Sheen wrote:
TRANSLATION: Dig, Dig Dig, Dig, I can see light, I'm almost out ..... YAAAHHHHHH ..... LAVA!
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I'm guessing neither you nor the Canadian tried to solve the simple algebra problem I gave you for homework, huh? No doubt you would have LYFAO all over your keyboard.

Here it is again... Porkpie's equation and a second simple one, so that we don't have to stare into the infinite abyss of possible solutions that Porkpie's equation alone yields:

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Given x+y=2 and x-2y=1. Solve for x and y.
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From Porkpie's equation, we can solve for y --> y=2-x
Then we can substitute this into the second equation, like so:
x-2(2-x)=1 --> x-4+2x=1 -->3x=5 ==> x=5/3 and y=1/3

So x=1.666...(Holy Mary Mother of God! An infinitely repeating decimal AND the Mark of the Beast!)
and y=0.333...(Yikes!! A pair of infinities! What to do?!)

That just "defies logic and reality and is a totally unreasonable assumption and violates the accuracy implied in the original problem", huh?!

Porkpie is reaching for his FINITE element analysis first aid kit now, and you're LYFAO again...

Maybe we need to go back and review addition and subtraction tomorrow. You boys won't ever get up to speed without a grasp of the fundamentals.
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Porkpie Hat wrote:
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Well lil twoofer, you've lost your train of thought and your argument which was that the energy left after crashing through the building couldn't be used for damaging load bearing components.
In other words, the energy used after exiting the building is irrelevant because the energy for damaging has already been expended.
It's just like your infinite finite element analysis argument...lost on you due to your own ignorance.
Okay, then. We will work on subtraction in tomorrow's lesson. Maybe I'll even give you some real-world applications...

... although that might make your little head explode.

(and Charles is most definitely at risk...)
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Well, Charles, the energy that a part has immediately upon leaving the Towers is actually very relevant -- and it's a real shame you keep losing your ass like that.
You claimed it had depleted so much it could not damage a column, show your math hole digging twoofer.
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onemale wrote:
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Does that mean you aren't smart enough to click on the link?
I don't ponder on any one pace of evidence I have looked at hundreds. Like Jesse Ventura, I go where the evidence leads
You have a link to Olsens clone wife in the hive, Infowars or Worldnet?
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Okay, then. We will work on subtraction in tomorrow's lesson.
Lets work with negative numbers,

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crucifiedguy wrote:
<quoted text>Logic doesn't dictate anything. probable means it is possible ,not the only or even the best solution to solving a problem , but possibly.
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 .
Wow!

So your more plausible explanation includes an unheard of degree of precision resulting in the pin point accuracy of a plane hitting a building in exactly the right spot going exactly the right speed at exactly the right attitude and angle to cause predictable damage to the building it hit as well as WTC 7...but miss these alleged "brilliantly placed explosives".

And the explosives in the towers delayed exploding about an hour each for the towers and 8 hours for WTC 7.

The explosives leave no audible or visual traces.

That's more plausible to you than impact>fire>creep/deform ation>structural failure>collapse.

Hmmm....

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WOW, That's pretty good for guys who allegedly couldn't fly the planes
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Wow!
So your more plausible explanation includes an unheard of degree of precision resulting in the pin point accuracy of a plane hitting a building in exactly the right spot going exactly the right speed at exactly the right attitude and angle to cause predictable damage to the building it hit as well as WTC 7...but miss these alleged "brilliantly placed explosives".
And the explosives in the towers delayed exploding about an hour each for the towers and 8 hours for WTC 7.
The explosives leave no audible or visual traces.
That's more plausible to you than impact>fire>creep/deform ation>structural failure>collapse.
Hmmm....

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911 was an inside job wrote:
<quoted text>I'm guessing neither you nor the Canadian tried to solve the simple algebra problem I gave you for homework, huh? No doubt you would have LYFAO all over your keyboard.

Here it is again... Porkpie's equation and a second simple one, so that we don't have to stare into the infinite abyss of possible solutions that Porkpie's equation alone yields:

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Given x+y=2 and x-2y=1. Solve for x and y.
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From Porkpie's equation, we can solve for y --> y=2-x
Then we can substitute this into the second equation, like so:
x-2(2-x)=1 --> x-4+2x=1 -->3x=5 ==> x=5/3 and y=1/3

So x=1.666...(Holy Mary Mother of God! An infinitely repeating decimal AND the Mark of the Beast!)
and y=0.333...(Yikes!! A pair of infinities! What to do?!)

That just "defies logic and reality and is a totally unreasonable assumption and violates the accuracy implied in the original problem", huh?!

Porkpie is reaching for his FINITE element analysis first aid kit now, and you're LYFAO again...

Maybe we need to go back and review addition and subtraction tomorrow. You boys won't ever get up to speed without a grasp of the fundamentals.
What defies logic is your attempts to win cheap, irrelevant points by extrapolating a meaning to a simple explanation into something it was never intended for.

But it keeps you from having to prove your claim about the NIST report and is great for a laugh so carry on!

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<quoted text>Okay, then. We will work on subtraction in tomorrow's lesson. Maybe I'll even give you some real-world applications...

... although that might make your little head explode.

(and Charles is most definitely at risk...)
First you'll have to get through grade school math.

Let us know when you've finally passed!
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Porkpie Hat wrote:
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What defies logic is your attempts to win cheap, irrelevant points by extrapolating a meaning to a simple explanation into something it was never intended for.
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Your simple explanation was 100% wrong. No doubt that was unintended, as was the clear demonstration of your complete lack of understanding of elementary mathematics, never mind physics.
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Well, Charles, the energy that a part has immediately upon leaving the Towers is actually very relevant -- and it's a real shame you keep losing your ass like that.
You said the energy upon building exit "were not available for
severing/deforming the steel columns!"

So please explain how they are relevant to "severing/deforming the steel columns" outside the building?

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RADEKT wrote:
<quoted text>WOW, That's pretty good for guys who allegedly couldn't fly the planes
http://m.blogs.computerworld.com/cybercrime-a...

Its called remotely hijacking an aircraft and guiding with GPS precision into target. You know, the way precision guided missiles or bombs work? And most likely they missed the evidence of this the same way they missed that landing gear with a rope around it, that was found wedged between two buildings without leaving an impact mark a decade later, catfish.

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911 was an inside job wrote:
<quoted text>Your simple explanation was 100% wrong. No doubt that was unintended, as was the clear demonstration of your complete lack of understanding of elementary mathematics, never mind physics.
X+Y=2 and your break down of the Canadians flawed math and logic was a wonderful example of the way coincidence theorists who use bias to evaluate information think. Instead of solving for the answer, they assume the answer and solve for the equation. The exact opposite of the scientific method.

The Freudian slip of X+Y=2 - where 2 = the planes and resulting fire obviously caused the buildings collapse. So destroy the evidence and theoretically try to describe the math that can explain that preconceived conclusion. Then claim scientific peer review checked the math, while ignoring the fact that those reviews ignored the fact the investigation itself was inherently flawed, and all resulting data should not be trusted.

A real scientific investigation uses the formula A+B=C. Where C would have precluded the investigators from needing to cover-up A and B.

Now watch him mischaracterize what he said the way he mischaracterizes what others say. Watch him back pedal, insult and laugh to cover his own failure to grasp concepts.

And we know the reason is because

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Charlie Sheen wrote:
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You claimed it had depleted so much it could not damage a column, show your math hole digging twoofer.
I claimed that? Really? I think you are misremembering something, which isn't a surprise.

Here's an example you might appreciate. Remember back when you accidentally shot yourself in the forehead with your daddy's nail gun? No, you probably don't remember that, poor boy. Anyway, the energy that the nail still had upon exiting your skull COULD have been expended rearanging bone and brains, had you actually had any brains. Fortunately, since you had no brains, and since the back of your skull already had a gaping hole from that time when you were playing with your daddy's gun, the nail encountered little resistance and was able to sail through without inflicting more damage...(until it hit the family gerbil and tacked her to the wall, but that's another story).

Anyway, the energy that that nail had upon exiting your skull is VERY relevant to you in that it represents damage that COULD HAVE diminished your functional capacity even further.

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No. 9/11 was not a government conspiracy.
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911 was an inside job wrote:
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I claimed that? Really? I think you are misremembering something, which isn't a surprise.
And the twoofer 2 second attention span is cemented.
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Insults Are Easier wrote:
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A real scientific investigation uses the formula A+B=C. Where C would have precluded the investigators from needing to cover-up A and B.
As one in the legal field you could not be more wrong, what the heck would A and B even be, at most you start with A, the evidence and see where it leads you, you don't assume that the answer is C or anything else.
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911 was an inside job wrote:
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I claimed that? Really? I think you are misremembering something, which isn't a surprise.
LOL, You do anything to avoid backing up your actual point.
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In its explanation for the tower collapse initiation, NIST relied on the unfounded and faulty assumption that most of the fire insulation was somehow removed from the steel in the impact zone, rendering the structure much more vulnerable, but this already requires more energy that was available in the impacts.
Show your math on the claim dislodging fireproofing " requires more energy that was available in the impacts."

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911 was an inside job wrote:
<quoted text>Your simple explanation was 100% wrong. No doubt that was unintended, as was the clear demonstration of your complete lack of understanding of elementary mathematics, never mind physics.
No, your knowledge of mathematics and physics is 100% incorrect.

Infinite finite element analysis.

Wow...just wow!

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Your Real Dad wrote:
<quoted text>You said the energy upon building exit "were not available for
severing/deforming the steel columns!"

So please explain how they are relevant to "severing/deforming the steel columns" outside the building?
It's like twoofers really do come from another planet with completely different laws of physics!

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