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BrokenBeyondRepair Donating Member (642 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jul-07-06 02:59 PM
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167. the laws of physic aren't up for debate
Although the molten iron/steel pouring out the side of the building cannot be proven beyond doubt its not unreasonable to presume it is what is appears to be. Its widely accepted and has been proven w/ photo and video evidence that molten steel/iron was found at the base of all three buildings. This would indicate that at some point in time before or during the event there was enough energy to produce this result; kerosene from jet fuel, the subsequent fires, and/or kinetic energy from the collapse aren't enough. The only way this is irrelevant is if validity isnt important when forming your opinion basically youd be saying we witnessed a miracle. Which is fine, but dont expect everyone to fall for it.
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