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Time for change Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Mar-03-06 06:45 PM
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76. I don't know what happened
I had written out 4 or 5 examples, and then a summary, so even if I had accidentally hit post early I don't see how I could have finished my narrative if I accidentally posted.

Anyhow, my point was this:

The issue that I was looking into at the site you referred me to pertained to this statement from my OP:

"The standard account of the collapse of the buildings says that the collapse was due to a fire that melted the steel framework. But this has never been known to occur in the past. Also, there was very little fire in the South Tower, and even if there had been it couldnt have exceeded 1700 degrees F, whereas steel doesnt melt until 2770 degrees F."

This is from the middle section of my OP, which you said has been proven absolutely false for a few year now.

Yet the site you referred to me cites four of five persons who describe what seems to be highly speculative and tentative theories which tend to refute my statement (which I was describing from Griffin's book, backed up by another reference).

Do you feel that your site proves Griffin's statement absolutely false, and if so why do you feel that way? I don't see how it does.
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