Humint Events Online: WTC Modeling-- The Quest Continues

Sunday, July 17, 2011

WTC Modeling-- The Quest Continues

Back in 2006-2007, I tried to model the WTC "collapses" a few times with physical models-- and failed. I had trouble building a tower structure that cold support its own weight but undergo top-down collapse.

I'm glad to see some people continuing this. I was very on board with this video, until I saw that the person put in 33 washers to mimic floors. Nonetheless, the model is quite clever-- using washers anchored around a central core dowel. The main problem is that it's hard to know how realistic the strength of this model is. Since this looks relatively straight-forward to set up, what I might try to do, is modify this, with higher paper "walls", such that it is as weak as possible, and see if progressive collapse is possible.

Still the point remains about the impossible collapses, and you'd think someone supporting the official story would have made a proper model that underwent top-down collapse by now-- if that were reality.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is not possible to create a physical model of something that can not happen in physical reality.

Even if one manages to come up with a model of a building shell that looks like it provides a way to support a 'top down collapse'; will it model the following:

1)The fact that there were actually three different collapse scenarios on the day
2)The lost volumes of steel and concrete;
3)Complete destruction of the core of each building
4)Pulverised concrete to ground level;
5)The vaporisation of building contents - including people
6)Burning rubble piles and furnace like temperatures for weeks after the collapse

It would be much better to build a model that proved explosive demolition - that at least would be fun even if it wasn't helpful.

(And don't worry too much Spooked, some 33's are innocent)Cheers!

5:00 PM  
Blogger spooked said...

Yeah, thanks, 5PM, I agree on all counts!

I well know 33 can be innocent; there is even some weird confluence around 33 that I don't understand. I will post more on this in the future.

9:07 PM  

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