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by Boethius
Sat Feb 07, 2015 12:25 pm
Forum: THE LIVING ROOM
Topic: THE "CHATBOX"
Replies: 4708
Views: 3918671

Re: THE "CHATBOX"

Woah, now. Our scud is a good scientist, normally. He keeps abreast of a lot of different things from all over the place. Just in case you thought he might be a shill. I really don't think he is. He helped us start a lot of good questions. So anyway, let's realize we agree the official story is ins...
by Boethius
Sat Feb 07, 2015 2:30 am
Forum: THE LIVING ROOM
Topic: THE "CHATBOX"
Replies: 4708
Views: 3918671

Re: THE "CHATBOX"

Do you really think an airplane crash equals 1 Ton of TNT? If that were the case every plane crash would leave a 50-foot crater. http://adst.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/lockerbie-wreckage2.jpg First of all, that's not a crater, it's some loose soil scooped out. Secondly, until you figure out the...
by Boethius
Fri Feb 06, 2015 9:40 pm
Forum: THE LIVING ROOM
Topic: THE "CHATBOX"
Replies: 4708
Views: 3918671

Re: THE "CHATBOX"

Here's a video of a B-52 going nose first into the ground. You can clearly see how the plane disintegrates upon impact.
The explosion is the fuel and not the force of the impact.


full link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=182AepOJjMs
by Boethius
Fri Feb 06, 2015 9:23 pm
Forum: THE LIVING ROOM
Topic: THE "CHATBOX"
Replies: 4708
Views: 3918671

Re: THE "CHATBOX"

Back to the subject of a plane crashing with a force of, let's say 4,000,000 N The facade of the Twin Towers probably had a tensile strength of no better than 0.2 MPa which means 200,000 N per square meter is all it can take. A plane crash clearly shears off the facade. The steel columns and reinfor...
by Boethius
Fri Feb 06, 2015 9:08 pm
Forum: THE LIVING ROOM
Topic: THE "CHATBOX"
Replies: 4708
Views: 3918671

Re: THE "CHATBOX"

Boethius wrote: 1 Boeing 767 going 500 mph creates a force of .00048 tons of TNT or .48 kg or 2.5 sticks of dynamite So there it is. A giant plane going as fast as it possibly can is only about as good as a few sticks of dynamite. I make it just over one ton of TNT. 500 mp/h = approx’ 225 meters pe...
by Boethius
Fri Feb 06, 2015 1:51 pm
Forum: THE LIVING ROOM
Topic: THE "CHATBOX"
Replies: 4708
Views: 3918671

Re: THE "CHATBOX"

Once more into this silliness: One of the twin towers weighs 750,000 tons One Soviet T-90 tank weighs 50 tons Weight of 767 airplane = 180,000 kg = 180 tons Airplane weighs .00024 of one tower What is .00024 of a T-90? 12 kg or 25 pounds Here's a picture of a 25 pound aluminum cylinder. http://www.b...
by Boethius
Fri Feb 06, 2015 1:30 pm
Forum: THE LIVING ROOM
Topic: THE "CHATBOX"
Replies: 4708
Views: 3918671

Re: THE "CHATBOX"

So there it is. A giant plane going as fast as it possibly can is only about as good as a few sticks of dynamite. :lol: Excellent, Boethius. Love your way of 'simplifying the absurdity' of it all... If any airplane could make a 100+storey skyscraper collapse from top to toe - this would be the chea...
by Boethius
Thu Feb 05, 2015 7:47 pm
Forum: THE LIVING ROOM
Topic: THE "CHATBOX"
Replies: 4708
Views: 3918671

Re: THE "CHATBOX"

I didn't know where to put this so I'll leave it here for now. After looking at the F=MA from the point of view of a rocket in space, where it fails, I thought about the forces of the supposed aircraft that allegedly hit the Twin Towers. Boeing 767: Weight 180,000 kg Mass 18,000 kg Velocity 225 m/s ...
by Boethius
Fri Jan 30, 2015 9:26 pm
Forum: Apollo, and more space hoaxes
Topic: Does Rocketry Work beyond Earth's atmosphere?
Replies: 817
Views: 698727

Re: Does Rocketry Work in the Vacuum?

A force is a push or pull upon an object resulting from the object's interaction with another object. Whenever there is an interaction between two objects, there is a force upon each of the objects. When the interaction ceases, the two objects no longer experience the force. Forces only exist as a r...
by Boethius
Fri Jan 30, 2015 1:19 am
Forum: Apollo, and more space hoaxes
Topic: Does Rocketry Work beyond Earth's atmosphere?
Replies: 817
Views: 698727

Re: Does Rocketry Work in the Vacuum?

Pilgrim, NASA confuses people by leaving out significant facts such as for an object to impart it's momentum to another object there must be a physical touching of the two objects For example: gravity accelerates a falling object giving it a force downwards due to momentum (F=MA) but the equal and o...
by Boethius
Thu Jan 29, 2015 10:34 pm
Forum: Apollo, and more space hoaxes
Topic: Does Rocketry Work beyond Earth's atmosphere?
Replies: 817
Views: 698727

Re: Does Rocketry Work in the Vacuum?

Simon, for an object to be pushed by another object they must be touching. For the exhaust from a rocket to push the rocket it must touch the rocket but the vacuum of space insulates the molecules of gas shot out of a rocket preventing them from interacting with the ship or each other so their force...
by Boethius
Wed Jan 28, 2015 10:48 am
Forum: Apollo, and more space hoaxes
Topic: Does Rocketry Work beyond Earth's atmosphere?
Replies: 817
Views: 698727

Re: Does Rocketry Work in the Vacuum?

The reason space travel is not possible is because the systems we claim to use to propel a rocket through space operate on gas pressure and there is no gas pressure in space. Gas pressure requires molecules to be in contact with each other, bouncing off each other, causing millions of collisions per...
by Boethius
Tue Jan 27, 2015 10:59 pm
Forum: Apollo, and more space hoaxes
Topic: Does Rocketry Work beyond Earth's atmosphere?
Replies: 817
Views: 698727

Re: Does Rocketry Work in the Vacuum?

What about the idea that a chemical reaction can cause the gas to ignite without fire? (To avoid the complex description of what exactly fire is, I preempt your answer and hasten to add I recognize that it is a chemical reaction as well.) To play devil's advocate, and because the official story now...
by Boethius
Tue Jan 27, 2015 10:32 am
Forum: Apollo, and more space hoaxes
Topic: Does Rocketry Work beyond Earth's atmosphere?
Replies: 817
Views: 698727

Re: Does Rocketry Work in the Vacuum?

You're right, Boethius. Either way, by lack of pressure or temperature (or both), everything dissipates. It just vanishes. In the vast nothingness of Space . There's no physics that would allow it to work. It just means we are "stuck" to this planet and aliens couldn't visit us. It's just the facad...
by Boethius
Mon Jan 26, 2015 10:41 pm
Forum: Apollo, and more space hoaxes
Topic: Does Rocketry Work beyond Earth's atmosphere?
Replies: 817
Views: 698727

Re: Does Rocketry Work in the Vacuum?

Although a rocket carries fuel in its tanks the expansion of said fuel takes place outside of the rocket, or more specifically underneath the rocket. Once the engine places the fuel mixture into the combustion chamber, which is open to the outside, the rocket loses all connection to the fuel, which ...