9/11 CONSPIRACY
EXPLOSIONS NBC TALKS OF OVERTURNED CARS
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9/11 CONSPIRACY - EXPLOSIONS NBC TALKS OF OVERTURNED CARS
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bBos4qs7gl4

genghis6199
how did cars get hit by explosions?. did they fly 70 stories up just before the planes hit?. good clip. thanks for the rip



Really Nutty 9-11 Physics
When auto glass shatters, it breaks into centimeter size pieces. It doesn't take much to knock it all out. Figure 66(z). Why is this fire truck burnt? ...
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Work With Me, People

I'm supposed to be the ivory tower egghead. You're supposed to be the people with practical knowledge here. I don't expect people necessarily to know rocket science, but you should at least be aware of what ordinary fire and mechanical damage to vehicles looks like. You should know what happens when windows shatter on vehicles. Hint: leave something valuable on the seat sometime for a quick tutorial. My own education cost me $80 for a Discman and twice that to get the window fixed.

If you're going to lecture me on advanced and exotic weapons, at least know where the engine is in a fire truck, know that the inner panels of auto doors are not made of metal, and know a little bit about fire and how it spreads, or doesn't. Talk to some people who've experienced fires to find out how capricious it can be.
http://www.uwgb.edu/DutchS/PSEUDOSC/911NutPhysics0.HTM

Why doesn't the paper burn?

1. The fire hasn't reached it yet.
2. Actually, there is a fire on the ground around the burning vehicle, so the paper nearest the fire is burning. But overall, there isn't enough paper to sustain a spreading fire. Anyone who's ever tried to keep a fire burning knows that it's very hard to keep a fire going from the sides or top. If the fire isn't under the combustible material, it's awfully hard to keep it going.

So how did the car catch on fire, but not the paper? The cars were set on fire first, probably by jet fuel from the plane crashes. The paper fell when the towers collapsed (you can see falling paper in many videos, and the paper in the tree branches is pretty informative).

http://www.uwgb.edu/DutchS/PSEUDOSC/911NutPhysics0.HTM

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