Date Posted:Saturday, March 25, 09:54:16pm Author: BJ Subject: Re: Think for yourself In reply to:
's message, "Re: Think for yourself" on Monday, March 20, 08:11:23pm
"Since the melting point of steel is about 2,700°F, the temperature of jet fuel fires does not exceed 1,800°F under optimal conditions, and UL certified the steel used to 2,000°F for six hours, the buildings cannot have collapsed due to heat from the fires. How is this possible?"
The problem with this theory is the age, quality, and the distribution of the weight on the remaining support beams. Add to the mix not only the jet fuel effected the support beams but everything else on the floors hit.