Comment: LOL! You are the Hardest Working Man in Show Biz!

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LOL! You are the Hardest Working Man in Show Biz!

I love it! :)

(Please do a James Brown "HA!" or "UHH!" for me!)

Of course I know that some force is transferred to horizontal-ish motion to some degree when things fall, as you have illustrated (And, well, coins are a special case as they can roll for some distance, due to their shape.), but my point is:

Is there enough force still present in these materials for them to have cut through not only the lower facade of the building (after hitting the ground at great speed, considering inertia, material density, etc.) but also through enough of the interior and innermost support structure to bring the building down symmetrically?

[Helpful hint: nope.]

(I know some people claim to see UFOs performing 90 degree changes in direction in mid-air... but c'mon! Do please be realistic!)

Good fun, though! Are you pulling legs here just for kicks?

What would the Founders do?