Archive for the ‘Common Myths’ Category

Jet Fuel Doesn’t Melt Steel? So?

December 18, 2015 · Joseph Nobles · 2 Comments
Posted in: Common Myths

Harley Guy Identified, Full Interview Now Available

One of AE911Truth’s key talking points is a suggestion that the official story was inserted into the media with the use of people like this person. He’s called the Harley Guy because of his T-shirt, and his very vivid and precise way of describing the attack is seen as suspicious. However, only a short clip […]

November 30, 2010 · Joseph Nobles · 2 Comments
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Why Believe Simple Collapse Isn’t Possible?

I’m sorry for the longish hiatus (curse you, Civilization 5!), but in lieu of my own work here, I’d like to present a recent excellent post by Carlos at the James Randi Educational Foundation: Consider these two statements: A – Fire can bring down steel structures buildings like Twin Towers. B – The Twin Towers […]

September 27, 2010 · Joseph Nobles · Comments Closed
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On Bazant Zhou

I was reading through an old post at the James Randi Educational Foundation forums and came across this great quote by the poster Newton’s Bit. It concerns the Bazant Zhou paper and a common misunderstanding of what that paper was trying to show. When a column develops plastic hinges and buckles it absorbs a very […]

September 19, 2010 · Joseph Nobles · Comments Closed
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Explosion on “Seven’s Exploding” Video is Not Original

Wow, what a big, loud explosion is on that video tape. Too bad it’s not original to the video. First things first. It’s worth mentioning that the video was recorded just after the collapse of the North Tower. The location appears to be on the north side of Murray just to the west of West […]

September 16, 2010 · Joseph Nobles · Comments Closed
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