What Really Happened on 9/11: A <em>Very</em> Scientific Experiment

Posted: Dec 15, 2006 3:01 PM

Via Instapinch.

Now, pay attention, because this is gonna rock your world. Forget everything you ever thought you knew about 9/11 and pay attention to the chickenwire masterpiece that will rewrite history.

A blogger named Spooked created this-- a perfect scale model of the World Trade Center-- in order to prove to all of us that no plane could have brought this baby down! All right, almost perfect:

Complete loaded tower. This is a 1:200 scale model-- 1 foot wide by 6.5 feet tall. It only has 22 floors though.

But the important part is the experiment and the uncovering of the lies, man!

Simulated plane damage is illustrated below, but does the tower collapse???

I could get the tower top to lean over if I pulled on it VERY HARD.


Not to be discouraged, Spooked tried again:

Finally I cut all the columns on one floor and the top fell to the ground. Surprisingly (joke), the top stayed intact after falling!

 And again:

I raised this section of the tower two feet over the top of the tower stump, then let it drop straight down onto the tower.

There was no collapse. The only thing that happened was the bottom of the top section got a little bent in.

There you have it. I can't believe Bush did it.

Please go read Instapinch, who has more pictures and explanation without your having to click through to the Truther. Apparently, this isn't a parody. If only he had YouTubed the experiment, it'd be at a million views by now! Pinch also has an idea for the next experiment:

Seriously - do you think you can take a stab at modeling and simulating the Pentagon next? Perhaps you can make, as one comment mentioned, a Lego Pentagon and then hurl a Lego plane at the thing. You can have little Lego men standing around, and in your spare time away from your Biomedical Research job you can build some little Lego fire trucks and rush those in when your Lego plane doesn’t smash through.

These people are so pathetic, it's hard to tell if they're real.