You have been laying low for a while, but back I see. This video is really a crook of bullshit, branding anyone who does not buy into the so called "911 truth", as afraid, in denial, and stuck in some inferior paradym. I see everyone in the room is nuts except the truthers! Lets hear equal time form these experts about delusions of those who think they have solved every conspiracy known to man. What kind of denial are they in, and what kind of fear to they suffer from? Some imaginary fear, someone in the government is out to get them and all of us? We are spied on and we are all being watched. But it isn't a problem to post anything on message boards? They are the victims of a oppressive dark government and fed lies about everything? Talk about a mental illness, thats a textbook condition.
Everyone who does not believe the conspiracy nuts, or has looked at their theories and rejected them as not credible, or not proven, something is wrong with them??? I say those who are unable to produce the real solid facts to proove there theories, are the ones in denial, in some sort of imaginary or made up world of conspiracy ideas. The never ending questions, seeds of doubt, that are negatives that can not be proven. They have scientists and engineers and architects. Well so did all the entities that designed the WTC, and the entities that did the building collapse studies, the goverment, and other notable universities. Back to the concept of the heat having to melt the steel, when in fact it could fail at temperatures far under the melting point and did.
Not one of the truthers who has written on this board about the heat and steel, had any knowledge nor expertise in the iron carbon diagram, nor heat treating curves, nor annealing processes. The temperature at which steel undergoes metalurgical changes that would make it fail, and they are not even close to the melting point, or even glowing red or orange. They occur at much lower temperatures. The subject was never discussed by that group, they were stuck on melting steel only. In short they didn't know what they were talking about.