Monday, 13 May 2013

9/11 Nose In and Out

Nose In

This is a video of a Jet crashing into a concrete wall, at 500 mph. 

This is a video of a 'plane' crashing into a side of a building which had high-strength, load-bearing perimeter 59 14-inch wide steel columns, which where mixture of 12 different types of steel with yield points between 42,000 pound per square inch and 100,000 psi. These were also spaced closely together to form a strong, rigid wall structure, and the 9 floors that flowed between the supporting walls and interior columns were made from 52 by 0.5  inch thick steel slabs covered in 4 inches of concrete  at 500 mph.

These both look pretty similar, both planes being completely destroyed the object it is hitting. According to, this outer wall had some 'major advantages. First of all, it gave the building remarkable stability. In addition to shouldering some of the vertical load (the weight of the building), the outer steel columns supported all of the horizontal forces acting on the tower (the force of the wind). This meant the inner support structure was completely dedicated to the huge vertical loads.' This means that the outer wall of both WTC's were not standard walls, these were designed carry some of the weight of the building and the immense force of the wind. These were not standard sky-scraper walls.

Look at the picture below to get a good grasp of how thick and wide these steel columns are. 

Hopefully I have established that the walls of the World Trade Center were very strong, and should have fared well against an aluminum plane. But as well all know from that day, it did not. here is the aftermath of the plane's impact. The aluminum plane has completely sliced through the steel, like a hot knife through butter. 

Although, this is not a hot knife through butter. As the video shows, this a very flimsy and thin tube which crashed into a steel building.  Really look at 0:48, and look how thin the plane actually is. The plane should have been completely destroyed and the building should have been basically fine. But the image below tells a different story.  

Not only did the main tube of the aircraft cut through the building, which is completely crazy, the wings of the plane also cut through the steel. Please watch the video above and below and pay attention to the wings. There is no way they could have cut through the steel, they would have either been completely destroyed on impact, or fell off.

The plane cuts through the building. The building should cut through the plane. Does the image below look real? If you think that's the plane being pulverized by the building, then yes. But that's not what happened, the plane CUT through the building and left a gaping hole. The main  fuselage of the plane and the wings cut through. Madness.

Nose Out

Hopefully I have proved that the plane entering the building the way it did is pretty much impossible. But my post does not end there. Now we have the nose out. Please watch the video below and see what comes out of the right of the building once the plane enters.

You cannot really make it out. But when watching the video frame by frame it has been determined that something exits the building. Below I have selected 6 frames of the plane's nose before the impact, and 6 frames of the object which has exited the plane. 

I am trying to show that the plane exited the building. The height of the fuselage of the plane is about 10 pixels on the screen I am using. This is before the plane impacted with the building. The object which has exited the building is also about 10 pixels also. 

This means that this aluminum plane managed to firstly enter the building, which hopefully I have proved it is pretty impossible. Then crashed through the inner core of the building, I will explain the structure of the core further down. And finally it crashes through the other wall of the building, which is the same as the first wall, but at a massively reduced speed. This should impossible, as the plane should have not been able to properly penetrated the wall of the building when 'travelling at 500 mph', never-mind once the plane has suffered massive deceleration after supposedly crashing through the building.

People have stated this is the engine of the plane which crashed through, but I can quickly prove that is not correct.

The image on the right shows the engine, with the line over the top of it. It is around about 50% smaller than the object which exits the building, therefore it has to be the nose of the plane and not the engine.

I will now show some images of the inner cores of the buildings. These inner cores are made up of 47 heavy steel columns and 'Some of these columns were very large, with cross-sections measuring 14 inches wide by 36 inches deep'. 


There is no way that the plane's should have been able to cut through the buildings, then destroy the inner core, and in WTC2's case exit out the other side. These are two official images from the FEMA report on 9/11. This shows that the planes cut through the steel. WTC1 was easily penetrated by plane, and it's wings (lol). According to this image the plane cut through around 34 steel columns and 10 floor columns. This is around 1000 inches of steel which the plane sliced through... ((34*14)+(10*52)=996)...and then multiple 14*36 inch steel inner core columns.

According to this image the plane cut through around 19 steel columns and 7 floor bars. This is around 800 inches of steel which the plane sliced through... ((19*14)+(10*52)=786)...and then sliced through multiple 14*36 inch steel inner core columns and the other wall..

Here is some food for thought. This is an image of 737 after the nose was struck by a bird at 500 mph. Imagine this plane being stuck by a 1000 inch slab of steel and concrete, then a series of 14*36 inch steel posts, then another 1000 inch slab of steel and concrete at 500 mph, I will give you a hint, it will not slice right though it ;)

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