I wonder if there’s an “average density” of the WTC buildings that anybody’s done? That’d be an easy proof. Incorporating all the air and relative solidity (and porousness) of the materials would allow one to make a good analogy to a smaller object that can be easily broken.

I wonder if there’s an “average density” of the WTC buildings that anybody’s done? That’d be an easy proof. Incorporating all the air and relative solidity (and porousness) of the materials would allow one to make a good analogy to a smaller object that can be easily broken.

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toothpick towers Crack a few toothpicks and watch them tumble. Fracture a little steel beam and towers go down.

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