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GroundZero is Nuclear Demolition x3

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  • September 11, 2013 at 1:37pm

    Total INSURANCE FRAUD, that every American has to pay for.

    ALUMINUM IN FREE SPACE CAN NOT FULLY PENETRATE STRUCTURAL STEEL AT SUBSONIC SPEED, PERIOD

    No one will even attempt to prove this wrong as the numbers are so skewed, it becomes absurdly ridiculous. All challenges are welcome on this point, b/c here is what it takes to penetrate 1/4″ mild steel, which is not as hard as structural grade steel.
    A bullet is made of copper(sg 9) jacketed lead (sg 11.4) which puts it’s mass density above 10 times the density of water. In comparison, Sully’s airliner in the Hudson river floats quite well making it’s mass density less than half that of water.
    The bullet must exceed 2000ft/sec to penetrate the mild steel, yet a 767-200 can’t exceed 500ft/sec at sea level. It has to do w/ frontal area, the fact jet engines designed for thin air do not perform well in air 3x thicker, more drag is created for lift ect ect.
    Even an arrow, fired from a bow, can generate the same amount of force as the bullet, but it will NEVER penetrate due to it’s slow speed and relatively low density, ie total energy has nothing to do the ability to shear steel.
    The shear modules of Aluminum is 25, shear modules for steel is 70. As anyone can see, IT’S NOT PHYSICALLY POSSIBLE.

  • September 11, 2013 at 12:49pm

    @Ugottabakid I’m not attempting to say anything, I’v been saying it for the last three years, pointing to THE LAWS OF PHYSICS and Old John Feathermerchant.
    Titanium is half the density of steel.
    ugottabakid-”Basic science – for every action there is an equal but opposite reaction.
    I see you post the same stupid crap you have cut and pasted, what are you attempting to say the planes should have just bounced off the building and fell to the ground?”
    The people INSIDE the ESB stated “The building swung like a pendulum for 30sec….we had trouble keeping our feet under us as we ran for cover”. This is the biggest violation of Newton’s Laws, which states energy is conserved (ya, I put it in layman’s terms). So if a 767 is ten times larger, the energy transferred into the skyscraper should be ten times greater. Yet NOBODY at GZ in 01′ EVER said anything like this, which goes to show no energy transfer no plane. And YES, OJF’s airframe essentially bounced of the ESB, falling to a lower rooftop unassisted. It never even struck a steel column or entered the ESB, only punching a hole in the granite facade.
    NO C&P, this is original work by ME.

    @paladin45acp Concrete has no tensile strength, it’s just a demonstration trick hence the use of 1″ wood. Airliners can’t travel 500mph @ sea level, too big, under powered, and the air is too thick.

    @VRW U don’t even know basic fluid mechanics.

    NO ONE IS EVEN TRYING TO PROVE ME WRONG, JUST A BUNCH OF MOUTH.

  • September 11, 2013 at 11:02am

    WOW, you guys do such a great job of using science and/or history to prove your points, or me wrong. NOT

    THEN there are the people INSIDE the ESB who stated “The building swung like a pendulum for 30sec….we had trouble keeping our feet under us as we ran for cover”. This is the biggest violation of Newton’s Laws, which states energy is conserved (ya, I put it in layman’s terms). So if a 767 is ten times larger, the energy transferred into the skyscraper should be ten times greater. Yet NOBODY at GZ in 01′ EVER said anything like this, which goes to show no energy transfer no plane. Several people on the ground can be seen ON CAMERA stating “what plane, there wasn’t a plane it was a bomb. Who told you it was a plane?”, that witness was killed w/i 2wks. Or the Helo pilot who was beside the tower in his helo stated on air “I didn’t see a plane”, he was killed w/i 48hr.

  • September 11, 2013 at 10:59am

    No, worldwideweiner, you are trying to ignore/leave out mass density, which is CRITICAL to any kind of penetration. Look at how a bunker buster is designed, NO ALUMINUM, b/c it has to be heavy and small.

  • September 11, 2013 at 9:44am

    ALUMINUM IN FREE SPACE CAN NOT FULLY PENETRATE STRUCTURAL STEEL AT SUBSONIC SPEED, PERIOD

    No one will even attempt to prove this wrong as the numbers are so skewed, it becomes absurdly ridiculous. All challenges are welcome on this point, b/c here is what it takes to penetrate 1/4″ mild steel, which is not as hard as structural grade steel.
    A bullet is made of copper(sg 9) jacketed lead (sg 11.4) which puts it’s mass density above 10 times the density of water. In comparison, Sully’s airliner in the Hudson river floats quite well making it’s mass density less than half that of water.
    The bullet must exceed 2000ft/sec to penetrate the mild steel, yet a 767-200 can’t exceed 500ft/sec at sea level. It has to do w/ frontal area, the fact jet engines designed for thin air do not perform well in air 3x thicker, more drag is created for lift ect ect.
    Even an arrow, fired from a bow, can generate the same amount of force as the bullet, but it will NEVER penetrate due to it’s slow speed and relatively low density, ie total energy has nothing to do the ability to shear steel.
    The shear modules of Aluminum is 25, shear modules for steel is 70. As anyone can see, IT’S NOT PHYSICALLY POSSIBLE.

  • September 10, 2013 at 11:18am

    Is this the IDIOT that helped brainwash Americans into believing Usama Binladen took down the twin towers?

    After all it was the port authority who pushed the demo button, Dimitri Khalezov explained it in great detail. I guess the public is more apt to believe a song rather that THE LAWS OF PHYSICS.

  • September 5, 2013 at 11:26am

    Anyone who watches the FAKE impact of the WTC on this screen will become wise to the HOAX. The FCC has already made it illegal to broadcast any footage that was not generated by the MSM, ie homemade videos.
    The flight paths do not line up, and of the 32 widely published CGI impacts, most are just clones of the same footage.

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  • September 4, 2013 at 7:15pm

    You have far more exp than myself so I’m just postulating for better understanding. Silver state Heli lost 2 R22 one summer as students practiced auto rotations over black top in high temp conditions (over 100F). The air was so thin that those attempts resulted in crashes. I doubt this was the case, as there was no black top, nor mention of high temps. Does the condition “VRS” occur in ground effect only, in flight, or both?
    “the pilot indicated that he went to maximum power.” I assume you mean max collective lift, as power is controlled by the gov. Correct me if I’m wrong.
    R44′s drive the transmission via a 4 wide V-belt clutch system, if I’m not mistaken. The higher load certainly could have over stressed said belts to slip. How would the rotor blades stop so fast if the clutch was fully functional, short of disengagement?
    Here is a commercial pilots account of partial engagement: http://www.aneclecticmind.com/2011/04/20/weird-r44-things-partial-clutch-activation/
    Here is a service bulletin addressing early sprag clutch wear: http://www.robinsonhelicopter.com/service_library/r44_service_bulletins/r44_sb79.pdf
    And a Kiwi blog on sprag clutch problems associated w/ R44: http://www.pprune.org/tech-log/344485-robinson-r44-sprag-clutch-failures.html
    Again, not saying you are wrong, just adding to the discussion of tech matters and want your exp opinion.

  • September 4, 2013 at 1:30pm

    Sorry, forgot to put in this link for anyone who wants to follow up: http://www.ntsb.gov/investigations/reports_aviation.html

    Notice no reports started in Sept of 01′, b/c THERE WERE NONE TO REPORT.

  • September 4, 2013 at 1:28pm

    @Vrum If they hadn’t taken off (slaps knee), just razz’n. In all honesty, it’s like poker you don’t know until the time comes to play the hand. With power lines in the equation, that is a game changer and tends to be the most dangerous situation for a helo. Governors are used to control engine RPM, which directly effects the rotor RPM a(if not the) major variable in flight, like Goldilocks it has to be just right. A highly exp person could have notice the engine pitch change that come w/ a drop in power, but the RPM would remain the same due to the gov. A heavy frontal gust could have been what put the clutch over the edge, or it could have been the perception of a gust that was actually the lose of power transmission. In any event, the pilot may have remained engaged to clear the lines, every little bit helps in that situation. The engine would not have slowed the rotors due to the sprag clutch, only operates in one direction (like a diode in electrical terms) not the same as the manual clutch. But once he started “landing”, may have expected power due to the running engine. Using the pedal will take power away from the transmission. This energy is usually stored in the rotors for auto rotation, but auto rotation requires substantial forward momentum like a plane. One of the hardest things to learn on a helo is flying w/o the gov, which requires manual observation/adjustment of ROTOR RPM, critical to flight.

  • September 4, 2013 at 11:01am

    Wish I knew which model this was, as my exp is on a R22 trainer. When auto rotating, the natural rotation of applying power to the main rotor causes the cabin to rotate left, or CCW from an top view. To compensate, the right pedal is used to keep the aircraft straight. Yes, I do believe the engine was still running upon landing, but it didn’t seem to be “under power” as the rotor speed dropped dramatically and the “stall alarm”(in a helo it’s more related to slow rotor speed) starts buzzing(it’s the annoying sound heard through out the video). The engine continued to run even after the rotors stopped, and if he wasn’t in auto-rotation (the excessive drag indicates not), it seems the clutch failed. Had the clutch not been disengaged, or failed all together, the helo would have flopped around like a chicken w/ it’s head cut off, trying to beat the rotors into the ground.
    Just my 2 cent, the pilot over compensated right pedal due to loss of power to the transmission. Even the R22 has it’s clutch belt driven. And just like in a car, the clutch is used to start the engine and remove/apply power from/to the transmission.
    Any landing you can walk away from is a good landing ;^)

  • September 3, 2013 at 8:19pm

    *VOMIT*

    What a POS. Everything he writes is fiction. Next he will be saying AL-CIAda flew airliners into the WTC, a continuous HOAX!

    In reply to the contribution Obama: Spineless on Syria

  • September 3, 2013 at 8:12pm

    Uncurable wound, that sums it up perfectly. “Discovery is to be disowned” is why all the jews(schwarts here @theblaze) are attacking Roger Waters for exposing their war machine. OVER 6,400 arms merchants registered in Israel alone, the BIGGEST arms dealers by population world wide.

  • September 3, 2013 at 9:29am

    You IDIOTS are working for the people who brought down the twin towers, SO YA, you are working for AL-CIAda. People who join the military are not known for having high intelligence.

  • August 31, 2013 at 11:45am

    You have the right to confront your accuser, if the accuser(satan) can not be confronted it’s a violation of your rights.

  • August 31, 2013 at 8:42am

    TX constitution Article I
    Sec. 23. RIGHT TO KEEP AND BEAR ARMS. Every citizen shall have the right to keep and bear arms in the lawful defense of himself or the State; but the Legislature shall have power, by law, to regulate the wearing of arms, with a view TO PREVENT CRIME. (my emphasis)

    Seems the action taken by the PD would encourage crime. Keep in mind, a charge of DISORDERLY CONDUCT disqualifies a person for CCW. And since when is PERCEPTION nine tenths the law??

  • August 30, 2013 at 1:31pm

    You mean mushrooms, right?
    http://youtu.be/JpBGRA6HHtY

    Pardon the French, but it is edited out.

  • August 30, 2013 at 12:47pm

    And who is actually going to read 3000 comments? Though I agree a rating system would be an improvement, it should include the “most rated” and not an echo chamber mentality of positive ratings at the top, IMO. This would influence posters to ignore what they don’t like, and not be so negative toward people taking the time to contribute to the page.

  • August 30, 2013 at 12:41pm

    JAPAN!! You mean where the suicide rate is twice a high as the US.

    YA, really want to live where killing yourself w/ a knife it the better alternative to owning a gun, NOT.!.

  • August 30, 2013 at 11:59am

    NC constitution Article I
    Sec. 14. Freedom of speech and press.

    Freedom of speech and of the press are two of the great bulwarks of liberty and therefore shall never be restrained, but every person shall be held responsible for their abuse.

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