whatsgoingon wrote:Not a single person with a degree in physics, chemistry, math or logic was present that day. Either that or the decision was from the top down and the top in this case has not a single working neuron. Or the Top thinks the public is mentally equivalent to a chicken or fish.
MrSinclair wrote:It reminds me of the old turntables (I'm showing my age) which could stack several records and drop them one at a time for play however I just don't remember the record dropping and destroying the turntable so the pancake theory collapses.
lux wrote:Lauren earnestly implores us (at about 1:30 in the video linked below) to realize that gasoline fuel burns at 4000F! "That fuel can burn at 4000 degrees so you can imagine the damage ... and the flames ... and what it can do to concrete and steel," she says with a sincerity and urgency that would make Meryl Streep proud.
whatsgoingon wrote:Does anyone think $25000 in Jet A fuel could take out a skyscraper?
simonshack wrote:On an even more serious note: anyone still accepting that a passenger airplane's burning fuel can take down two steel-structures, 110 stories tall, must be totally deranged / terminally stupid. We, "the conspiracists", as they call us - are often asked to 'take our medications'. Well, people still believing in the official 9/11 tale are far beyond sick. They are gravely brainwashed - and victims of what is called "mass psychosis".
Underneath all so-called problems, lies that fuel called fear: fear of rejection, fear of dying, fear of falling, fear of not being good enough. Whatever you tag it, it still comes out fear. Fear is what makes the field fertile for the "planting" of hypnotic suggestions which result in behavior labeled by some psychiatrists and psychologists as neurotic, psychotic, paranoid, manic-depressive and, in rare cases, normal.
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