November 14, 2018 at 1:29 pm #835494mikeboll64Participant
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This isn’t the flat earth thread, Gene, and therefore doesn’t have to have anything to do with it. However, the idea behind this thread is to show you how much and how often we’ve all been lied to by the priests of scientism and our governments. Perhaps that will make it easier for you guys to recognize that the same people have also lied to us about the place we live. Anyway, the current question to you and T8 is: Can a hollow aluminum airplane slice through a huge steel and concrete building like a knife through warm butter, come out the other side unscathed, and then have its nose chopped clean off by thin air afterwards?
What is your answer to THAT particular question that I’m asking right now? (T8, I’m still waiting for your answer.)November 22, 2018 at 5:43 pm #835719
My answer is, I don’t know.November 22, 2018 at 5:53 pm #835720
I don’t even know if what you say is the official story. All I know is the fact that I worked on a 40 storey building as a labourer when I was a much younger man and many of the levels had not had the windows put in yet. Inside was heavily constructed steel columns, but the levels with windows had relatively thin walls between that. And yes I can imagine a jet plowing right through it.
Sure the steel columns would pose a barrier, but they were sufficiently spaced apart to allow a missile shaped object like a plane through. Of course thing would be sheared off if it didn’t directly hit a column, but between the steel columns, there would appear to be little resistance In my view.
A completed building has inner walls and glass windows to resist the plane between the sturdy and strong beams. So sorry Mike, I think the plane wins.
Further, in case you think our building standards are low compared to the US, you would be wrong. There are very strict building codes in NZ due to the frequency of powerful earthquakes. So I imagine that the steel beams could be spaced further apart in no or low earthquake zones like New York allowing the unforseen scenario of a jet or other missile shaped body through the building and out the otherside.
Of course a plane has wings, but they were probably sheared off, but even then, the wouldn’t stray too far from the body of the jet given the fact that lose debris would initially be constricted by the building itself.November 22, 2018 at 6:10 pm #835721
Yes Mike, the media has much to answer for. But in the case of Hawking having an interview and clicking the already composed answer because they knew the questions in advance, well that is not deception to me, that is being practical.
I still think they were his genuine answers and that is all that matters. Do we really expect him to be interviewed and the audience wait 10 minutes for each answer. Na. And who really cares about this anyway.
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