Someone should let Joe Rogan know, he’s a real noob when it comes to science. ie Laws of Physics

What he completely fails to comprehend is, EXPONENTIAL FUNCTIONS. Like so many NPC (Non-Player Characters, misleading hayseeds) he believes total weight is a primary factor in the Kinetic Energy equation, E=MV^2. M representing Mass, is a Linear function. When drawn on a Cartesian Co-ordinate system (XY graph), the function is a straight line.

Where as Velocity squared is an Exponential function. When drawn on an X vs. Y graph, creates a curve upward. Think of it as doubling the count of rice grains, for each square on a chess board. Doesn’t seem like much on the first row, but by the time you get to the other side of the board, you’re talking national supply line quantities.

This is the very reason an aluminum projectile, such as a 767-200ER, could never penetrate the Twin Tower exterior box columns. Yet like his buddy Alex Jones, Joe Rogan will always try to insist airliners hit the WTC. Reality is, he’s either a complete DUMB ASS (blame it on getting hit in the head too many times) or a blatant liar. As for those who want to make excuses, start with Ionic Bonding of metals. In other words, the strength of structural grade steel(>10mm, or 3/8″th), in the shear plane, is quadruple that of aircraft grade aluminum(>5mm, 3/16″th).

But don’t let that stop you. Find an example that contradicts these facts. And please, don’t resort to the circular logic of ‘I saw it on TV’. I saw David Copperfield make the Statute of Hekate disappear off Liberty Island, that don’t mean it happened.

      
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Actual Engineer
Actual Engineer
22 days ago

Not sure what matchbook you learned engineering from, but you might try talking to actual mechanical engineers. Mumbo jumbo and throwing words around that you don’t actually know the meaning of does not help your case.

a follower, working on it.
a follower, working on it.
22 days ago

You do understand that people were physically present when this event happened. You see many of us do not believe the experts nor what the government narrative is, yet when you try to go to far, you loose us. What would happen, would an airliner bounce off?
Were they all actors, was it all false flag? You go to far. Some of us will not be removed from reality.
Nor do we believe or hold much with “magic.”

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Echo Hotel
Echo Hotel
22 days ago

Do you mean “loose us” like that arrow was loosed?

a follower, working on it.
a follower, working on it.
21 days ago
Reply to  Echo Hotel

Pretty sure you know what i was ‘a-getten’ at. chuckle!

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Jeff M
Jeff M
22 days ago

The broadhead is made of steel, stainless steel, or sometimes titanium. The shaft is made of carbon fiber. I remember a friend who bought a bullet proof vest 20 years ago. He had someone stab the vest with a knife. It went through.

Brad Long
Brad Long
21 days ago
Reply to  Jeff M

See what happens when people have to re-invent the wheel? The dagger was invented many centuries ago. So that it could pierce metal. Especially chain link armor so popular during the Middle Ages. With the advent of the long bow and the firearm, people lost that tidbit down the memory hole.

Windshift
Windshift
22 days ago

That was some science lesson. Not kidding. I bet if you took that compound bow and shot it like he did at a Chevy door, he’d poke a hole. Ask me how I know, iza door killer. Why he would not expect that to happen isn’t such a stretch. After all, the ancient equation still holds.
Bow poundage x Velocity x hauling ass pointy arrow + car door = hole. Usually.
After all, he’s just a guy that smokes weed and talks to people.
Don’t be sad, we still love you.

Swrichmond
Swrichmond
21 days ago

Ever seen high pressure water cut through steel? I have.

Brad Long
Brad Long
21 days ago
Reply to  Swrichmond

And high pressure, high temperature steam is like a hot knife through butter with metal plate.

Martha
Martha
21 days ago

Testimony claims show planes hit the towers; many of us concur that it was all an inside job…from international intelligence to controlled demolition.

Dan
Dan
21 days ago

Another brain donor oxygen thief. Too stupid to grasp reality so they choose to remain in their fantasy world.

Pete Richards
Pete Richards
21 days ago

Liquid is non compressible, so the 25 tons of fuel, after the aluminum vaporized, would blown through the building like a 400 mile an hour sledgehammer. As the fuel broke down into droplets, then vapor, you had a compressed fuel air explosion. That alone would remove all concrete from the steel substructure. It would also vaporize anything not made of steel.

glenn swiatek
glenn swiatek
21 days ago

have a look at the engines that power you through the stratosphere at Mach .82 . not only is there an immense fan disk ( holds onto those fan blades you can see at the front of the engine ) which transfers most of the thrust where it is supposed to go, each stage in both the compressor section and the hot turbine section have similar structures.
the material of these components before the combustion section is Titanium. after the combustor the expanding hot gas is tamed by various Nickle Chrome alloys. if you can, imagine a couple thousand pounds of precision manufactured metal that doesn’t give a flying foxtrot how your brains works.
what was left of the engines were what you saw with your own eyes coming out the other side of the buildings. but your limited brain could never figure that. the question why that was, … answers itself.

glenn swiatek
glenn swiatek
21 days ago
Reply to  Matt x

matt, your mind is so open your brains fell out.
i wrote repair documents for ual for those engine parts ( the turbine section parts ) at the sfo jet shop.
the engines were PW4000 series for the 767. PW2000 for the 757. accelerate that much concentrated mass to high sub sonic mach and they will cut through a tower like butter. everyone saw it, even you.
you are foxtrotting clueless.
take up a safe hobby, perhaps painting. Van Gogh’s mental state was useful to his passion. your’s isn’t.

DRenegade
Admin
21 days ago

I did technical drafting for a world renowned engineer. He told me that the steel beams were on top of the columns. The columns did not have to be sheared, only the top connection had to be broken.

glenn swiatek
glenn swiatek
19 days ago
Reply to  Matt x

since you’re still babbling incoherently, i’ll mention the landing gear. you know, those three things that are absolutely useless in flight.

they’re tucked neatly into the the airframe when the plane is working for a living. the one in front is much smaller but it is stored parallel to the direction of flight. they’re hollow tubes of steel. the associated actuating linkages are quite solid, quite thick. the alloy composition allows them to be heat treated, very precise heat treating, to about 300,000 psi tensile strength.

ram those where your brain doesn’t shine at mach .82 and see what happens.

glenn swiatek
glenn swiatek
17 days ago
Reply to  Matt x

i have noticed before, usually with people who describe themselves, accurately or not, as leftists. i just call them totalitarian freaks.

i have noticed that either those people are mad, or i am.

matt, either you’re batshit crazy or i am.