Tuesday, February 16, 2010

110 Stories Fall in 10 Seconds vs. 9 Stories Fall in 20 Seconds!

In 1995 the Sampoong Shopping Mall in Seoul, South Korea collapsed upon itself due to structural failure. The design for the building was 'flat slab construction', a technique commonly used for its incredible strength and integrity as well as its economical simplicity. All 9 floors of the building "pancaked", one on top of the other beginning with the roof, in an elapsed time of about 20 seconds.
World Trade Center buildings 1 and 2 were 110 stories each and, according to "the official government report" collapsed in 10 seconds. So, what that means is that the government expects us to believe that 2 buildings over 12 times taller "pancaked" in the same way that Sampoong collapsed in half the time. Am I correct? Does anyone calculate it differently?
Does anyone see the obvious problem here? I mean, you don't have to be a mathematician, physicist or engineer to understand the impossibility of this. For a slightly more in-depth look at the science behind "free fall" speeds, the effect of gravity and what would be required for buildings of heights of 1,362 and 1,368 feet to collapse one floor on top of the other please visit: http://911blimp.net/prf_FreeFallPhysics.shtml
Do you have any questions? Does ANYONE WHO READS THIS ARTICLE DISAGREE WITH THE FACTS I HAVE PRESENTED? Can anyone possibly try to argue with this simple law of gravity? Now remember, this phenomenon took place, not once, but three times that day. Three buildings fell at NEAR free fall speeds. Please, explain that to me.


  1. seeing as we can't get through to people with the facts, how about prayer and a loving attitude?
    or asking them what they think, and gently nudging them in the general direction of the truth, starting with our families and friends, showing them the absolute NEED to spread this information, to all the people they know.

    I don't know a huge amount about psychology, other than that sort of intuitive knowledge you gain through actually living, but, i think, if information is presented to a mind which runs too contrary to what it assumes to be true, it will reject all of that information, even if it knows some of it is true.
    Especially if it does not seem 'relevant' to their current life style.
    (biggest delusion, world events DO EFFECT US!).