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I think his point was that it

I think his point was that it wouldn't fit the gravity curve if it had two vectors.

And I really don't get why some near free fall is such a big deal for two reasons:

first, I still doubt that it was in actual, zero friction, free fall for any amount of time.

second, the mass of the falling structure obviously dwarfed the resistance at a critical time.

Also, as a structural engineer, you don't find the construction of the buildings to have at all been a factor? They had highly dependent support systems.

And I'm cool with a better investigation. I just wish the people who asks for one didn't seemed to do so out of bat-shit craziness. You, however do seem to have your marbles.