Archive for the ‘Twin Towers’ Category

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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Thermal Conductivity In NIST Twin Towers Modeling

I was a little rushed today, so I didn’t get to search the entire NIST NCSTAR 1-5G report for thermal conductivity. Now that I’m home again, I sat down, searched the rest of the document and found a chart on page 274 (pdf 318) showing the thermal conductivity of the materials used in NIST’s model […]

August 18, 2010 · Joseph Nobles · Comments Closed
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The Big Three, Part Two: Collapse Symmetry

When AE911Truth made a big correction recently, it claimed that three big issues are never addressed by debunkers. This was not true. The first was the speed of descent. I dealt with that one two days ago in the Free Fall page. Thinking that the group might claim the onset of collapse was what they […]

July 15, 2010 · Joseph Nobles · One Comment
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