Steel beams was an inside job. 9/11 cannot melt jet fuel.
@PVT Leonard Church, but can jet fuel melt 9/11? *x-files theme plays*
@PVT Leonard Church, egh... I'll give it a 7.5/10. good try epsilon.
@18B, too much water
@PVT Leonard Church, *7.8 my bad
@PVT Leonard Church, Hey Church why are we here?
@PanzerVor, You know, Caboose, I used to not care. I just went along with orders and hoped that everything would work out for me. But after all that has happened, you know what I learned? It's not about hating the guy on the other side because someone told you to. I mean, you should hate someone because they're an asshole, or pervert, or snob, or they're lazy, or arrogant, or an idiot, or a know-it-all. Those are reasons to dislike somebody. You don't hate a person because someone told you to. You have to learn to despise them on a personal level. Not because they're Red, or Blue, but because you know them, and you see them every single day, and you can't stand them because they are a complete and total fvcking douchebag.
@PVT Leonard Church, You are now my new best friend
Woah woah woah hang on... does that apron say... that I can't ask for the secret family recipe???
Weed fuel can't melt dank memes.
@Captain Tickles, jet fuel cannot melt steel beans
The jet fuel the plane used was special fuel called jet fuel b this jet fuel was a mixture of 30% kerosene and 70% gasoline. While normal fuel burns at 700-800° jet fuel b however burns at 3000° and steel beams melt at 1500°. So, jet fuel can burn steel beams
@Dafreek, also it is °celsius
@Dafreek, yaaaaaa no, maybe in the engine itself with the added air pressure and oxygen but at no added pressure sitting there no
@kc9pop, actually jet b fuel lowest temperature is still 2000°c meaning that they used little to no air pressure to achieve this temperature thus still proving that jet fuel can melt steel beams even with little to no air pressure
@Dafreek, only difference in the two fuels is the freezing point. If the fuel can burn steel beams it would burn a hole in the engine too.
"It has a very low freezing point of −60 °C (−76 °F) and a low flash point as well. It is primarily used in some military aircraft. It is also used in Canada because of its freezing point."
@N101, yes but there has been proof that the south tower plane was modified meaning that they could have been able to keep burning the jet b fuel safely
@Dafreek, umm American Airlines doesn't use B fuel, so even if what you are saying is correct, why was this specific airplane modified (against uniform standards) and it just so happened to be the one to hit the tower? Also, what about the north tower? Or tower 11? B fuel too?
@N101, building 7*
@N101, nobody knows and that is the whole reason why 9-11 conspiracies exist
@N101, @thejohan, i've been trying to figure that out too. Those people seem to think steel never weakens unless it melts. Those some people seem to forget if steel can't bend when its hot without melting than how to they make swords by heating it up and hitting it with a hammer? The hammers lighter than concrete and the steel isnt melted... Explain how a sword is made if it only bends when melted? (Conspiracy Theorist Logic, basic physics need not apply)
@Keiji, You speak truth but yet to be explained is why was there melted steel beams to be found at ground zero if jet fuel is nothing in its self capable of such.
@JovidW95, or a bunch of others but sense you can make thermite for less than 20 bucks for quite a amount of product * cough cough * Rockefeller family * cough cough* and it would be the cheapest and would produce a loud boom when set off and if was based around economic reason * cough cough Rockefeller family owned it* cough* or a military operation so it would not cause global disarray * jade helm cough* witch was proposed in the past to jfk to make a possible war go over easier with the American people..... *AHEM* sorry I don't usually let that me come out much, excuse this out burst.
So that's the recipe...
@Ajunta Pall, Jet fuel in the beans... That would explain a lot
Hold on...why does the dog need an apron on? He is the real chef isn't he...
@Ubiquitous Pixel, You spilled the secret!
I'm not complaining, I laughed at this, but why are these cropping up all of a sudden?
BUSH WAS IN ON 9/11 BEANS CONFIRMED
So I went total engineering nerd and looked at how the modulus of elasticity of steel changes with heat which is a fancy way of seeing how weak steel gets when it is heated to the temp jet fuel burns at long story short the heat won't melt it but the amount of load from the floors above the fire combined with the weakened steel brought the building down. I'm actually surprised it stood for as long as it did
Can someone explain why this jet fuel steel beams thing is an issue? I've been trying to figure it out. The heat didn't melt the beams, just weakened then to the point where they couldn't support the load placed on them. I just don't know. Engineering analysis takes over my brain sometimes. Sorry for the long comment
@thejohan, i've been trying to figure that out too. Those people seem to think steel never weakens unless it melts. Those some people seem to forget if steel can't bend when its hot without melting than how to they make swords by heating it up and hitting it with a hammer? The hammers lighter than concrete and the steel isnt melted... Explain how a sword is made if it only bends when melted? (Conspiracy Theorist Logic, basic physics need not apply)
This is ridiculous, people are using 9/11 as a joke. You trust your country? Then don't start nothing. You think it was an inside job? Vocalize your opinion if you really care, starting an Internet argument changes nothing. People died at 9/11 and families will always have to remember the day it happened
@Professor Pingas, take some chill pills were only doing it to prove people wrong
@Dafreek, sorry guys, just get a little angry when people throw 9/11 around as a joke.
@Professor Pingas, it's ok. It's the internet. Everything's a joke
The dog knows too much. *gun click*
And now the debate ensues
Want to like and dislike at the same time, what do
People seem to think steel never weakens unless it melts. Those same people seem to forget if steel can't bend when its hot without melting than how do they make swords by heating it up and hitting it with a hammer? The hammers lighter than concrete and the steel isnt melted... Explain how a sword is made if it only bends when melted? (Conspiracy Theorist Logic, basic physics need not apply)
I'm going to start tagging these pics with #jetfuel so we can group them together as proof.
Kush did 4/20