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#53 - its called dearly beloved ....umm by Yoko Shimomura i think...…  [+] (5 new replies) 2 hours ago on I feel kind of crazy but... +3
User avatar #65 - newtamalego (1 hour ago) [-]
Hey. Hey you.

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#76 - Animalkilla (31 minutes ago) [-]
his face when
User avatar #82 - newtamalego (3 minutes ago) [-]
He sounded like he needed encouragement to post more

I don't even give a fuck about sauce :^)
User avatar #85 - Animalkilla (1 minute ago) [-]
and that's the way the world should turn.
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#48 - GREAT!!! just ******* great now i have to play throught…  [+] (7 new replies) 2 hours ago on I feel kind of crazy but... +3
User avatar #49 - auronexplains (2 hours ago) [-]
name of song?
#53 - retwistfate (2 hours ago) [-]
its called dearly beloved ....umm by Yoko Shimomura i think.....sorry i'm not more help bud. i don't comment very often.
User avatar #65 - newtamalego (1 hour ago) [-]
Hey. Hey you.

You're appreciated.
#76 - Animalkilla (31 minutes ago) [-]
his face when
User avatar #82 - newtamalego (3 minutes ago) [-]
He sounded like he needed encouragement to post more

I don't even give a fuck about sauce :^)
User avatar #85 - Animalkilla (1 minute ago) [-]
and that's the way the world should turn.
#62 - auronexplains (1 hour ago) [-]
#414913 - on a scale from your mum/ joshlol it would be a queen elizabet… 07/04/2015 on FJ PARTY TIME, FOR REAL 0
#47 - i know im probably going to be red thumed into oblivion for th… 04/30/2015 on planes +1
#99 - then why dont the poor just buy more money, its not our glorio…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/05/2015 on Random Interesting Facts... +2
#115 - anon (03/05/2015) [-]
Because even Africa was more hospitable than Europe with yearly arid climates and a ton of natural resources. Did Africans ever utilize this? No, but the Europeans in their frozen shithole of a continent somehow managed to get it together and build civilizations while Africans are still struggling to do the same.
User avatar #234 - jointoperative (03/05/2015) [-]
Actually that is there very reason it seems the European society developed, it needed to. without they could not succeed, whereas in Africa they could subsist more easily off the land.
#353 - "women make $.77 of every dollar a man makes" … 02/26/2015 on But..muh oppression. -1
#32 - i posted this a long time ago, i got thumbed into oblivion and…  [+] (21 new replies) 02/21/2015 on 2SPOOK -1
#33 - TwiztidNinja (02/21/2015) [-]
Well lets stop being technical, jet fuel is basically kerosene, it hardly burns hotter than diesel.
The office fire itself was burning hotter than the fuel from the plane, the fuel just ignited the fire, the joke should be "office fires cant melt steel"

Generally speaking (As in every time other than 9/11) steel framed structures are left as skeletons after a fire.
#46 - anon (02/21/2015) [-]
Jet fuel wasn't the only thing burning there. The planes that hit the towers were made of aluminum, and filled with compressed oxygen tanks, along with a whole fuckton of other flammable shit between the building and the plane. This caused a thermite like reaction, which damn well could melt steel.
Not to mention the impact itself affecting the structural integrity of the building.
#37 - TwiztidNinja (02/21/2015) [-]
For reference i found a picture of a steel framed building after an office fire.
This particular fire lasted for 20 hours.
#39 - mrlalman (02/21/2015) [-]
Did a plane crash cause the fire and affect structural integrity in this building?
User avatar #40 - TwiztidNinja (02/21/2015) [-]
The plane crash is why the tops of the buildings should have fallen off to the side, the fact remains that the entire buildings collapsed for basically no reason.
User avatar #80 - durkadurka (02/21/2015) [-]
There was a reason. That reason was a large aircraft.
User avatar #83 - TwiztidNinja (02/21/2015) [-]
In comparison to those buildings those planes were tiny, the planes were made of alloy, plastic etc.
the buildings were made of structural steel.
they did sweet fuck all to the structure of the building, the fire did much more.
the steel frame should have bent in the direction the plane hit and the top should have fallen off after going past 30 degree...
#87 - durkadurka (02/21/2015) [-]
Planes are made out of aluminum with some plastics and other materials. They aren't bricks but they aren't paper mache either.

You're trying to have it both ways; you claim that the plane strike was both inconsequential to the building's strucutre and significant enough to affect the building's structure.

Still, pictures of the collapse show quite clearly that what you state should happen, did in fact happen. The upper section gave way at the weaker parts first, causing a significant list in the top portion as it fell.
The top of the building isn't just going to fall off of the rest of the structure. The center of gravity was still relatively centered and enough of the building was holding itself together to prevent Looney Tunes level tipping.
User avatar #48 - didactus (02/21/2015) [-]
The engineers and architects who built it knew that if it were to have a collapse or structual failure they made the building so that it should collapse onto itself.
User avatar #50 - TwiztidNinja (02/21/2015) [-]
Demolition FAIL All buildings are built like that, and they are built to withstand the impact of them falling on themselves as well, this is why you need to demolish a modern buildings supporting structures on every floor to bring it to the ground.
#43 - mrlalman (02/21/2015) [-]
Is it far fetched to ponder that maybe the damage from the planes were pretty uniform and that collapse in one end was therefore immediately followed by collapse at the other ends which gave too much downward force for the rest of the building to stand?
#47 - TwiztidNinja (02/21/2015) [-]
With how those buildings were built, yes it is.
If all of the main support columns gave way at once on 5 of the floors those buildings were still strong enough to take the downward impact force from the top floors crashing into them, even in the scenario that all the main support columns give way at once on 5 floors we would have seen the tops of the building fall momentarily, slowly come to a stop then either stay put or topple over the side.

Seriously they were extremely well built towers.
here is a pic highlighting all of the supports that would have to give way all at once for the top floors to drop vertically.
User avatar #51 - taniv (02/21/2015) [-]
Even if every floor failed, the motion wouldn't have been a free-fall because every floor would slow down the momentum. There's also the problem of thermite residue being found at ground zero.
There are genuine questions and concerns about the 9/11 incident that haven't been answered or been taken seriously by the general public. Some people blame the government because their 9/11 report cited the cause as inconclusive. I blame people who claim that Bush is a lizard for making a mockery out of questioning governments and their operations.
User avatar #89 - durkadurka (02/21/2015) [-]
Momentum is the product of mass and velocity. Additionally, momentum is conserved, meaning that if the falling portion is losing momentum that momentum must be transferred elsewhere (ie the rest of the structure).
As the rest of the structure fails, the formation of falling debris is gaining mass, and thus gaining momentum as the collapse continues. I doubt each floor had much of an effect on the velocity of the debris either, as the falling portion does not seem to slow down much at all.

And it's my understanding that the chemical compounds of thermnite residue is not difficult to imitate with materials found in the tower.
User avatar #95 - taniv (02/21/2015) [-]
Think about impulse though. At the moment of impact, without purely elastic or inelastic objects, there is going to be a change in velocity for both objects. To put it simply, if you throw something at a wall, there are a few possibilities. It sticks to the wall, it comes back to you at varying speeds depending on elasticity, or it goes through the wall. Depending on the structure and properties of the wall, it's going to go through that wall at different speeds. So if we put momentum of the bottom floors at 0 before impact, and the top floors at some X kg*m/s, then the outcome of the fall would have to be X kg*m/s, but since the two floors now fall together there is now more mass falling, and therefore to conserve X momentum the velocity would have to be lower. Of course the floors could be accelerating downwards so quickly that any deceleration is unnoticed, but I've seen a few Engineers who comment that it seems to be in free fall, or accelerating downwards at a constant 9.8 m/s^2. Not sure about the numbers on that because that'd be complicated to calculate, but the comments they made was that there was no sign of any impact between floors near the top. If a group of top floors fell and subsequently hit lower floors on their way down, that should produce enough debris to be visible from the video footage but that's not the case.
User avatar #57 - TwiztidNinja (02/21/2015) [-]
NEW: 9/11 Hotel Video Released of NO PLANE hitting the Pentagon! One thing extremely interesting about 9/11 is the pentagon.
Before 9/11 happened the wall of the pentagon underwent renovations to reinforce the entire structure.
And i say wall literally, the only wall that was reinforced is the one that was hit.
Oh btw watch that video, no one has or does lol.

User avatar #58 - taniv (02/21/2015) [-]
There are some legitimate mysteries that may or may not have rational answers to them. It's just a little scary hearing that the CIA may have planned small-scale terror attacks on US soil to rally people during the Cold War. I'd like to see an unbiased but detailed exposé on what we do and do not know and what can and cannot be explained at the moment for those events.
#61 - TwiztidNinja (02/21/2015) [-]
It has been happening in politics for decades, that is how Hitler got into power.
He burned down the Reichstag building and claimed communists did it and it got him elected.

Heck the USA did it in the Tonkin incident to make the hippies give them support for going to war.
User avatar #66 - taniv (02/21/2015) [-]
All suspicious stuff. I wish we lived in a world where we could fully trust our governments, but that doesn't seem to be the case these days. It's more of a question of how far they're willing to go to betray their people.
User avatar #68 - TwiztidNinja (02/21/2015) [-]
Haha these days?
Governments are more trustworthy today than they have ever been in the past 90 years man.
heck look how long it took russia to admit to the world that the first dog in space did not survive but infact died a horrible death.
If it takes 40 years for a secret like that to come forth, how long will it take for the big secrets is the real question.
User avatar #91 - taniv (02/21/2015) [-]
haha good point. I guess it's just my perspective then. I know the secrets of the past, not the present
#27 - Peacocks don't fly!!!!  [+] (1 new reply) 02/01/2014 on Two moods 0
#39 - anon (02/01/2014) [-]
They do, just not very far.
#19 - DAT ASS tho huehuehue 11/21/2013 on This is +5
#78 - what kind of pussy **** is that, i rep that **** … 11/16/2013 on You think you lift? 0
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