Discussion in 'Conspiracy Theories' started by daws101, Feb 23, 2012.
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two major piles of shit!!!
agent dogshit ignores facts like the trade center emitted black smoke which means it was oxygen starved,hardly hot enough to melt steel.and the steel did melt.many witnesses reported seeing pools of molten steel for MONTHS they could not put out. this video shows dawgshit can only fling shit in defeat like the monkey troll he is the fact that it was lit up like a torch and burned for HOURS but did not collapse.dawgshit also ignores that jet fuel only burns at 1800. where steel doesnt melt till it reachs temps of 2800.and that many buildings next door much closer to it than bld 7 were damaged far more extensively as these pics prove yet they did not collapse like bld 7 did.
again eots can't tell the difference between a burning hotel with fire crews fighting the fire and wtc1,2 & 7 which did not.
Black smoke in photos of the WTC fires showed they were oxygen-starved and could have been controlled.
There is no absolute rule of black smoke = an oxygen-starved fire. Its not as simple as that. You need to consider the materials that are burning, for instance.
Large fires involving plastics produce copious quantities of black smoke..
Experienced fire investigator John J Lentini doesnt appear to believe you can tell much from smoke colour:
While it is true that flammable liquids produce black smoke, so does any petroleum-based product. The color of the initial flame and smoke might have been important in the 1940s and 1950s when our furniture was made of cotton and wood, but most furniture today is made of nylon, polyester, and polyurethane. Even wood fires, deprived of oxygen, will produce black smoke. According to NFPA 921, Paragraph 3.6:
Smoke color is not necessarily an indicator of what is burning. While wood smoke from a well ventilated or fuel controlled wood fire is light colored or gray, the same fuel under low-oxygen conditions, or ventilation-controlled conditions in a post-flashover fire can be quite dark or black. Black smoke can also be produced by the burning of other materials including most plastics or ignitable liquids.
Light smoke may indicate that there are no petroleum products burning. Black smoke
indicates nothing meaningful.
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And as you can see from other photos, a simplistic black smoke = oxygen starved interpretation is a little simplistic.
two farts in a row dagshit.congrats.
1 and 2 had fire fighting crews and they made it to the impact area...wtc 7 had sprinkler systems operating on several floors clearly there where no firefighters inside the the buildings featured in the video posted and the superficial efforts of videos spraying water on them as the where fully engaged was essentially useless and the buildings fires in fact simply burned themselves out after many, many hours
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