Re: 911 After the theory, some facts



Derf <derf@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:


Now you are getting really weird. Even an explosive triggered
collapse isn't going to add appreciable energy to the dust generated.
The kinetic energy of the collapsing material itself is just too
immense.

The energy liberated can be quantifyed using the sismographs. 2.1 and
2.3 on richter's scale for WTC2 and WTC1. That is equivalent to
1.4 tons of TNT for WTC2 and 2.7 tons for WTC1.

Looks like the energy liberated was not the same for both towers.


--
Florian

"Tout est au mieux dans le meilleur des mondes possible"
Voltaire vs Leibniz
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