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Destroyed in Seconds: Tanker Truck Inferno
The DIscovery Channel ^
| Feb. 5, 2009
| Destroyed in Seconds
Posted on 03/19/2009 5:29:43 PM PDT by piytar
Link to video
KEYWORDS: 911; troofers
What does this video have to do with 9-11 conspiracies and troofers? It clearly shows a STEEL and CONCRETE overpass weakening and then failing due to the heat of burning fuel. Proves all those truther idiots who said that burning fuel couldn't "melt steel" were just plain wrong (or intentionally lying). So, I thought that I'd post this here for Freeper's to use in the future to smack troofers with a dose of reality as the need arises.
posted on 03/19/2009 5:29:44 PM PDT
posted on 03/19/2009 5:31:21 PM PDT
(Obama = Mugabe wannabe. Wake up America.)
But.. but.. Rosie O insists such isn’t possible!
The time lapse shows it sagging.
Then it goes “Crunch”, neat.
posted on 03/19/2009 5:41:45 PM PDT
(Tar is cheap, and feathers are plentiful.)
Don't even need to go that far to illustrate the point. In the US Civil War, Union troops would tear up Southern railroads. They heated the railroad irons until they were red hot then wrapped them around telegraph poles using rags as gloves so they didn't burn their hands. These were called Sherman Neckties. Sometimes there were no poles or the troops had to quickly move on from the area and would just leave the rails to bend from their own weight on the bonfires of burnining railroad ties. It would really upset that Rosie O'Donnell guy if you told him that only wood was needed to melt steel.
posted on 03/19/2009 5:54:46 PM PDT
by Hillarys Gate Cult
(The man who said "there's no such thing as a stupid question" has never talked to Helen Thomas.)
posted on 03/19/2009 6:32:50 PM PDT
To: TigersEye; yorkie
posted on 03/19/2009 6:42:49 PM PDT
(Don't play leapfrog with a unicorn! ...........^............)
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