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9/11: Re-examined - September 2019

Building Seven.  One hundred feet.  Seven seconds, two and a half at the speed of gravity.  That’s free fall.  But we suppose we smoke too much pot.

Now nay sayers will have to start acusing Dr. J. Leroy Hulsey, Professor of Civil Engineering at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, Dr. Feng Xiao, Associate Professor at Nanjing University of Science and Technology in China (where weed is very not legal), and Dr. Zhili Quan, Bridge Engineer for the South Caronlina Department of Transportation, of having hit the reefer a bit too much as well.

In a joint effort, Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth teamed with the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) to conduct a four year computer modeling study of World Trade Center 7’s (WTC7) collapse.  The official report, released on September 3, also lists the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, the College of Engineering and Mines, and the Institute of Northern Engineering.  Assuming these corridors of math and microchips are not clouded with the smoke of Mary Jane, their findings are hard to ignore even for the most adamant of sober Americans.

The report states the official story from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), which is a branch of the U.S. Department of Commerce, did not match up with several independent studies conducted over the years since 9/11.  NIST concluded that fire was the reason for the complete and total structural failure of WTC7 in seven seconds.  They insisted that fire burned through the steel supports fast enough to result in 2.5 seconds of free fall.  And we are the stoners.

The team at UAF, who could probably learn METRC in less time than it took for WTC7 to hit the ground, rolled up their sleeves and set to clicking their mice with a three fold objective:
  1. Examine the structural response of WTC7 to fire loads that may have occurred on September 11, 2001
  2. Rule out scenarios that could not have caused the observed collapse
  3. Identify types of failures and their locations that may have caused the total collapse to occur as observed
Simulating the local structures response to any fire that may have happened below floor 13, where most of the flames in the building were reported to have occurred, and coupling that with a simulation of what the NIST says took place  the computer models, which most assuradely were not high on cannabis, lead to a single conclusion: fire did not cause the collapse of WTC7.  The report reads, “This conclusion is based upon a number of findings from our different analyses. Together, they show that fires could not have caused weakening or displacement of structural members capable of initiating any of the hypothetical local failures alleged to have triggered the total collapse of the building, nor could any local failures, even if they had occurred, have triggered a sequence of failures that would have resulted in the observed total collapse.”

Having no evidence to support the idea that a janitor or intern blew weed smoke into one of the computers prior to the expiroment, the team moved to the next phase of the plan, determining what they think happened.

Conducting a nonlinear study, they discovered that the government had “over-estimated the rigidity of the outside frame by not modeling its connections, essentially treating the exterior steel framing as thermally fixed, which caused all thermally-induced floor expansion to move away from the exterior.”  That’s right, the government didn’t account for something, if you can believe that.  Furthermore they determined that the overall thermal movements (spreading heat) of the A2001 base plate support near column 79 were not enough to move the entire A2001 girder off it’s seat.  Smoke another one, government.

The researchers at UAF could only reproduce what visually occurred when simulating the result of the simultaneous failure of all eight columns over eight stories, followed 1.3 seconds later by the simultaneous failure of all exterior columns over eight stories.  In fact the behavior of WTC7 in the model was an exact match to the videos, forcing them to conclude that “near-simultaneous failure of every column explains the collapse.” 

Either the government is lying, or they must have some bomb-ass fire.  We are talking about weed, of course.

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