The Hen that laid the Golden Legos
- Dec 23, 2011
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There are many questions most unanswered. I have seen your information years ago; high-octane ,less fuel Empire state building more weight on structure due to lime-stone concrete would be more apt to deflect due to heat etc... but the most concerning question for me is 'MOLTEN STEEL' seen in pictures and found in rubble???? and the building free falling to ground on its own foot print! if upper floors came down on a Structal sound lower floors the upper floors would have had resistance to cause it veer off in one of four directions ..... both buildings fell in their own footprints of which is highly unlikely if lower floors were structurally sound ............ then there was the explosions heard and reported from the lower floors..... so many question..............Perhaps the construction materials and design differences between the Empire State Building and the Twin Towers, not to mention the size of the aircraft (as well as fuel capacity and airspeed), contributed to the different outcomes.
And please, don't label me a know it all. I just search the web when i have questions. I knew none of this before i searched for it.
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