767 Debris Spewed from the WTC?
Here are pictures of the individual debris pieces.
At this time, I am not going to argue about the debris ejected from the south tower (the three pieces)-- we saw stuff come out of the tower with the explosion. Plus a large part of the plane missed hitting the core section of the WTC, and thus could relatively easily come out the other side.
What I will take issue with, is the landing gear ejected from the north tower.
The plane hit almost in the center of the building, and the way the building was oriented, the plane hit the wide part of the interior core structure (in the south tower, the plane hit the skinny side of the core).
So, for this landing gear wheel to come out of the tower, it has to go through the first outer wall (okay, no huge problem there), but then go through three more sets of steel cages: the two sides of the core, then the far outer wall of the tower. Fine, maybe MAYBE the wheel got lucky. But the wheel, after slamming against multiple steel beams as it travels through the tower, still had enough momentum to go another quarter mile (at least) through the air?
What are the odds of this?
And why just this wheel? Why not another wheel or the landing gear shaft?
Plus, there is the matter of the relatively good condition the tire is in.
I don't buy it.
Lastly, it also seems odd to me that all these large pieces of debris landed on the sidewalk and not in the middle of the street. If they are flying through the air, how would they be able to land so close to these building seen in the pictures?
There's something fishy here.