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Date Signed Up:10/24/2012
Last Login:5/14/2015
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#3 - As an engineering student, I wish I could completely fail a fi… 04/30/2015 on Power of friendship! +1
#1 - I met the president once. Wish it had been a better one. 04/28/2015 on Caught sleeping -1
#1 - I saw this too...our country ladies and gentlemen 04/28/2015 on 'MURICA! FUCK YEAH! +1
#2 - When my sister was born my dad expected her to be Chinese. 04/28/2015 on Chinese people +1
#8 - From what I could tell, at a quick glance is that pieces of th… 03/11/2015 on Jet Fuel Can't...Blah Blah... 0
#6 - A lot of the anti-conspiracy advocates said that as well, howe…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/10/2015 on Jet Fuel Can't...Blah Blah... 0
User avatar #7 - choobe (03/10/2015) [-]
Aluminum can melt steel beams? I don't know; I found a website, but I haven't read through yet, www.debunking911.com/moltensteel.htm
#8 - rotaryking (03/11/2015) [-]
From what I could tell, at a quick glance is that pieces of the airplane caused a thermitic type reaction. But that would suggest the aluminum hull of the plane was nearly particalized by the impact. Although a lot of people say that thermite couldn't have caused the damage, even if it was at the site, I found an interesting youtube video demonstrating thermite's capabilities.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=kscTVnEcPMk
#4 - Nothing in an office building burns at a high enough temperatu…  [+] (4 new replies) 03/10/2015 on Jet Fuel Can't...Blah Blah... 0
User avatar #5 - choobe (03/10/2015) [-]
Maybe pieces of what the plane was made of, aluminum something alloy, read that small pieces ignited. As I said; something I read, don't know if it's true. Just providing an alternative.

>>#3, reeeeeaaallly? How about the top floors crumbled and fell, and the sudden movement hit the floor under harder, causing it to crumble. "Looked like a controlled demolition" is a bad argument, espesially since bombs in the bottoms of the towers would make it more likely to just fall over. Also; the government could just say "it was terrorists who bombed the bottom floors" if they needed to explode them. Also; if I was the government and I wanted to blow up towers and blame someone else, I would make it look amateurish, not like a "controlled demolition". Are you saying the government is smart enough to cover it up for 14 years, but not smart enough to not pull it off without any "controlled demolititons"?

Yes, I am aware that the second guy probably is bait.
#6 - rotaryking (03/10/2015) [-]
A lot of the anti-conspiracy advocates said that as well, however the molten metal seen coming from the building is bright orange, like molten steel. Molten aluminum is silvery. Again, not sure it was an inside job, but there is clearly some level of cover-up going on there. There are a lot of weird "coincidences" surrounding the events that day.
User avatar #7 - choobe (03/10/2015) [-]
Aluminum can melt steel beams? I don't know; I found a website, but I haven't read through yet, www.debunking911.com/moltensteel.htm
#8 - rotaryking (03/11/2015) [-]
From what I could tell, at a quick glance is that pieces of the airplane caused a thermitic type reaction. But that would suggest the aluminum hull of the plane was nearly particalized by the impact. Although a lot of people say that thermite couldn't have caused the damage, even if it was at the site, I found an interesting youtube video demonstrating thermite's capabilities.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=kscTVnEcPMk
#29 - Fukin cheeky cunt 03/07/2015 on In one word describe this +1
#9 - How the iced tea girl actually survived.  [+] (3 new replies) 03/07/2015 on Murder riddles +22
User avatar #85 - danimer (03/07/2015) [-]
Man that sucked. It would have been better if he wouldn't poison neither of the cups, and that Sicilian guy would just die because he inhaled the poison.
#126 - anonymous (03/07/2015) [-]
I don't think it sucked, did you see the movie? This video does suck because it fails to present the reveal of how it worked. In the movie both cups are poisoned and the guy mentions that he has been building up a resistance against the poison for years. I thought it to be quite clever, but fuck this particular video that leaves that part out.
User avatar #144 - danimer (03/07/2015) [-]
I saw the movie once when I was younger, and yeah I mean Iliked it but what, he just built an immunity to the poison in case something like this would turn up?
#8 - Directed by Michael Bay 03/06/2015 on Easy... easy... oh fu-... 0
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