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911 conspiracy tower demolition

Posted 30 Mar 2017 at 14:59 PM by Inside911

9/11 conspiracy gets support from physicists’ study. (2016, August 31). Retrieved February 16, 2017, from http://www.wnd.com/2016/08/911-consp...sicists-study/

This World News Daily article analyzes evidence that was discovered from a physicists’ study regarding the demolition of the towers on 9/11. Ever since 2001, many conspirators have questioned the idea of the Twin Towers in New York City collapsing solely due to the fires and heat of the plane crashes. It was more or less just questioned and seemed impossible, although there were not that convincing of arguments. However, a study from Steven Jones, a physics professor at Bringham Young University, Robert Korol, a professor emeritus of civil engineering at McMaster University, Anthony Szamboti, a mechanical design engineer, and Ted Walter, the director of strategy and development for Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth, have brought even more light to the subject. Europhysics Magazine published their report who say, “the evidence points overwhelmingly to the conclusion that all three buildings were destroyed by controlled demolition”. It continued on to say, “In August 2002, the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology launched what would become a six-year investigation of the three building failures that occurred on 9/11. It found both the Twin Towers, as well as the 47-story World Trade Center Building 7, which was not struck by an airplane, all collapsed as a result of fires and intense heat. But even the NIST found that the three buildings were the only known cases of total structural collapse in high-rise buildings where fires played a significant role.” Four observations are recorded and explained:
• Fires typically are not hot enough and do not last long enough in any single area to generate enough energy to heat the large structural members to the point where they fail (the temperature at which structural steel loses enough strength to fail is dependent on the factor of safety used in the design. In the case of WTC 7, for example, the factor of safety was generally 3 or higher. Here, 67 percent of the strength would need to be lost for failure to ensue, which would require the steel to be heated to about 660°C);
• Most high-rises have fire suppression systems (water sprinklers), which further prevent a fire from releasing sufficient energy to heat the steel to a critical failure state;
• Structural members are protected by fireproofing materials, which are designed to prevent them from reaching failure temperatures within specified time periods;
• Steel-framed high-rises are designed to be highly redundant structural systems. Thus, if a localized failure occurs, it does not result in a disproportionate collapse of the entire structure. Throughout history, three steel-framed high-rises are known to have suffered partial collapses due to fires; none of those led to a total collapse. Countless other steel-framed high-rises have experienced large, long-lasting fires without suffering either partial or total collapse. In addition to resisting ever-present gravity loads and occasional fires, high-rises must be designed to resist loads generated during other extreme events – in particular, high winds and earthquakes.
The researchers also commented on the way the WTC fell- within 7 seconds, a distance of 32 meters or eight stories, were imploded.
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