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NIST demise in freefall

NIST's demise at freefall speed

Question: If we cut both cables at the same time, which block will reach the ground first?

Answer: According to NIST, both blocks would reach the ground substantially at the same time. The healthy floors below the falling block on the left, according to NIST, didn't offer any particular resistance nor did they slow down in any way its path towards the ground.

As the 9/11 Truth Movement kept asking for clarifications, in September 2007 NIST answered: "We are unable to provide a full explanation of the total collapse." (Page 4, top par.)

In other words, NIST maintains that an event against the laws of physics took place, while being unable to explain how it could have happened.

Science Fair Question For 911 Demonstration?

http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20080715133426AAf0npq&r=w

note the comment below. what happened was the original question got deleted by yahoo lol
then after i made note of such here i realized i can edit this thing
so this is the long story. now please go to that link above if you have a yahoo account and share your thoughts, k?

i dont want my kid to make another darn volcano that spews vinegar all over the high school gymnasium again. we are becoming infamous in the local community for stinking up the gym...not a good thing!
so i thought that maybe someone could explain to me how to make a small scale representation of how the towers crumbled on 911 with the physics involved in that.
maybe i can try it in my kitchen first since the heat of jet fuel and the heat i use to boil my water for tea and cocoa are about the same temperature.
is there something i am doing wrong? because i have never had my oven vaporize into dust from boiling water for my cocoa.
maybe someone can share with me some pointers so i can help my kid do an educational display of the physics of 911?

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