Comment: Now I know

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Now I know

who not to hire as engineers if I ever build a building... these 9/11 guys. I'm not saying there was not someone behind the terrorists, setting them up perhaps to fly the planes into the buildings, but to say that a jet plane fully loaded with fuel can't bring down the building in the way it did, is UTTERLY LUDICROUS!

It is funny how they all go into their credentials, blah blah blah. I know many engineers with full degrees that don't know basic things. And I love the spooky music throughout the film.

And what if it were true, there were explosives planted somewhere in the buildings; why fly airplanes into it then? Why not just pretend to let the terrorists blow it up? It doesn't make sense at all.

They spend way too much time focusing on why the physics of the building could not collapse at that speed, when in reality, even though the building is made of steel and concrete, it still is very fragile, and is composed of floors that give distance so that the above floor has time to pickup speed before it hits. It allows it to collapse easier... it is no different than Karate masters breaking bricks with their hands.. they always put space between them, so that they only have to break the first brick, and the lower bricks are broken by the weight of the above brick using the momentum of that brick: http://www.karatebyjesse.com/a-quick-awesome-guide-to-tamesh....

I don't know what this documentary is trying to prove? They should not be interviewing engineers! There were 2 PLANES THAT HIT THE BUILDINGS, DUH!!!!! WE ALL SAW THAT. THAT'S WHAT TOOK DOWN THE BUILDINGS! Why don't they follow the money trail. Why don't they talk about blowback???

These pseudo engineers make me sick... just goes to prove you can have all the qualifications in the world and be part of fancy associations, and still know NOTHING!