Skip to comments.GOOD LORD, GERALDO IS DOING A TRUTHER SHOW!! (Vanity)
Posted on 11/13/2010 7:25:07 PM PST by Lucius Cornelius Sulla
On tonight's Geraldo Rivera show, he had on a couple of people purporting that 9/11 was an inside job because 'Fire Can't Melt Steel'. At least one was from 9/11 families (I do not know if it was one of the handful of anti-war 9/11 famil;ies or not).
Has Roger Ailes gone crazy!
Here's a site I hadn't seen before that seems to have plenty of pics/photos/theories.
There is apparently a case to be made for poor joint design of the core columns (butt welds, all on the same horizontal plane - right where fractures of the columns occurred).
Fox, Please Fire Gerhaldo! I promise I will watch much more each week and will again start putting channels at public places on Fox News Like I did in the early days.
He should really give the Flat Earth Society equal time ... fair is fair.
Arlington Park, Illinois, 1985.
Did he really say that? Dear Lord.
The Air Force literally has weapons described as “cement bombs”, not explosive blocks of concrete they drop to collapse a house.
Building 7 was struck by parts off the towers (a force of perhaps 5,000 cement bombs). Would there be serious structural damage? Obviuosly.
Ask Jesse Ventura what would happen to his fine house if someone dropped a pallet of cement blocks on his house from 500 feet.
That makes a lot of sense, and would explain the way it looked like pancakes dropping internally....thanks.
Oh darn, I missed it.. it looks like the troofer learned that not only does fire melt steel, but it zots trolls.
Troofers are maroons.
“I will watch much more each week and will again start putting channels at public places on Fox News Like I did in the early days.”
And your theory is what, exactly? The ‘’truth’’ is heat(and gravity) bought down the Trade Center. Not explosives.
Poor joint design including poor weld design and poor weld materials helped the collapse proceed apace.
When people hear Geraldo speak it makes them feel like they are mental giants .
Truther BocoLoco ZOT!
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Yeah I saw that last night and had to go back to make sure that is what he was doing. What a loon. He is the main reason I do not watch Fox on the weekends.
This is surprising, coming from the man who spent weeks hyping the opening of “Al Capone’s vault,” only to find it empty? He’s never had any credibility. What a doofus.
9/11 was an inside job because 'Fire Can't Melt Steel'.
That is the STOO-PID-IST™ comment anyone can make.
How do these MORONS think steel is made in the first place?
And not to get technical -- but I will -- if 'fire can't melt steel' they WHY do these asshats think that FIRE PROOFING is applied to steel when a building is being constructed? It surely is not for aesthetic reasons as fire proofing is butt ugly material. AND, when it's the spray on type, it's application is uneven, the minimum thickness being 1½"
Ah, the smell of ozone! IATZ
Those floor connectons were welded ONLY? (No bolts or rivets?) Your observation makes excellent sense to me...
My instantaneous reaction to the initiation of the collapse (I saw it live) was that there were internal demo charges. That lasted only a few milliseconds -- long enough for three or so floors to pancake.
Then I recognized that it was the air between floors being compressed and "squeezed out" by the "piston effect" of the falling upper floors -- and escaping laterally in a big puff of air that only looked like a low VOD explosion. That first, erroneous impression was very fleeting -- then I started watching the four corner verticals slowly spread apart as they guided floor after floor straight down and through that same pancake compression sequence.
At some point, the weight and inertia of the falling "floor stack" overcame the strength of those same floor bracket attachments even on lower, undamaged floors, and the "chain reaction" continued all the way down.
No magic. No sabotage. No explosives. Just heat-weakened steel, gravity, physics -- and the gas laws -- at work...