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    • Are you saying Alexa did 9/11 cause it soumds like you're saying Alexa did 9/11
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    • Heres another bit of info i want you all to think about. The beams wouldnt have to melt to colapse. They would simply jave to be heated to a temperature where they were redhot and soft
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    • Don’t let this distract you from that the giraffe is still in the refrigerator
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    • 7/11 was a part time job
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    • Weird how a building collapses when a fucking airplane drives full speed into it
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    • Steel beams elongate at 1000° which can cause the loss of structural integrity
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    • You know...even if the beams couldn't be melted, I'm fairly sure the stress from a fucking airplane crashing into them probably caused the towers to collapse
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    • Industrial grade steel only needs to be about 1300° to warp and 1600-1800° to completely bend under gravity.
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    • There’s a video on YouTube a blacksmith made where he heats up steel beams and bends it like a Taiwanese whore.
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    • Idk maybe a 50 ton plane hitting the building might just do a little damage
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    • Steel doesn’t have to melt, even in a kiln which is much lower in temperature than steel the steel is like a noodle in terms of strength. How is that supposed to hold a fucking building you idiots?
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    • Theres also the fact that having 2 planes flying at max speed into a building is bad for structural integrity
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    • people forget a fucking 737 rammed into the building as well
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    • For those of you fucking retards out there that don’t get it it’s because people theorize that 9/11 was an inside job because jet fuel can’t melt steel
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    • CiCi369 13 apr
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    • If you look up the temperature at which steel loses structural integrity and the temperature at which jet fuel burns, you will find the it was more than enough to destroy the building.
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    • Hey jetfuel cant melt steel beams but I’m pretty sure an airplane can crash through a fucking building
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    • Jet fuel cant melt steel beams, but it can soften them and make then weak structurally to cause a catastrophic failure like we saw on 9/11
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    • Or maybe the beams broke because a fucking plane flew into them.
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    • 9/11 couldn't have been an inside job, because the planes came from the outside.
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    • I mean... The beams would only need to be weakened by the heat, there's the force of the actual impact added to the explosion of the jet fuel, if the beams were missing aligned at all really they'd start crumpling and chain react
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    • Doesn't melt it but it compromises the structural integrity of the beam, making it more likely to collapse. It also doesn't help when there's a huge gaping hole in the building that took out a lot of other beams
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    • There was melted steel in the basement and pouring out of the buildings prior to collapse. The temperature of jet fuel isn’t actually as high as people think seeing as black smoke was coming out of the building(rich fire) so can someone explain the melted steel.
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    • Hey fuel can’t melt steel but a 747 can definitely break it in half
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    • Ya know, there was a lot more than just jet fuel burning. Them towers got way hotter than people think
      NGAudio 12 apr
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    • When the planes hit the towers the fuel spilled out and was vaporized. It mixed with air and ignited, the air and fuel mixture burned much hotter than stagnant liquid fuel. This is a crucial fact that conspiracy theorists miss when attempting to debunk.
      Nazi_Cat 12 apr
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    • Imagine thinking you need to bring steel to it’s melting point for it to collapse.
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    • The beams don’t need to melt lmao, idk if you noticed the FUCKING PLANE that flew DIRECTLY into the building
      RedBetta 11 apr
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    • The steel beams didn't have to melt to liquid. They only had to heat up enough yo buckle under weight
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    • If you think 911 was an inside job you've never worked for the government. We cant even figure out who to order toilet paper from or keep people from tweeting about secret operations.
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    • Hey Alexa. Would a fucking commercial jet liner traveling at standard speed weaken the internal structure of any civilian building?
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    • Maybe the structure wasnt strong enough to support itself anymore because, oh i dont know... A FUCKING PLANE HIT IT?
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    • I asked My Alexa about the steel melting point and she brought up an article saying 9/11 wasn’t an inside job, when I asked why she did that she said she didn’t wanna answer that and shit off. Wtf 😂
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    • Both are probably correct. The jet fuel wouldnt have to melt steel beams do get the ball rolling. Once the structural integrity was compromised, it would be much more susceptible to further collapse. Also, Bush would have a really good reason for going to war and it effectively saved the economy.
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    • Steel when heated to a temperature of about 1100 degrees begins to structurally fail jet fuel burns at 800-1500 degrees so yes jet fuel burns hot enough for the steel to fail and the building to collapse
      AARONT4 11 apr
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    • I don't think the collapse had much to do with melting beams, it was probably because of the massive loss of structural integrity from A FUCKING AIRPLANE RUNNING INTO THE TOWER!
      FargothUr 11 apr
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    • Hey guys! Did you also know America bombed it’s own ships in pear harbor because we wanted to join into a war? (Did I do it right? Did I state a lie as fact with no information to back it up other than half baked “YoU CaN SeE ExPlOsIOnS WhEn ThE PlANe HiT sO CleArLy PlaNteD ExplOSiVes”)
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    • the plane hit the building with force and that's what caused the structural damage later causing it to fall if someone wants to come out and prove that a plane wouldn't have enough force to structurally damage a building then I'll doubt 911
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    • What if the reason that the towers fell wasn’t the fuel tho. What if... now hear me out... what if it was the PLANE BEING PROPELLED BY IT
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    • There's a guy on youtube who covered this. He heated up a steel rod to about the temperature that jet fuel burns at, and was able to bend it agains the anvil like it was nothing. He then had an identical steel rod that was in-heated that he tried to bend against the anvil, and it wouldn't bend.
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    • I think people also forget that most planes are pressurized inorder to work so high up in the air meaning that a lot of the liquids used have a higher combustion point and such. It's not that hard to understand
      Magoolic 11 apr
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    • Jet fuel can’t melt steel beams, but it sure can weaken them to the point of structural Integrity failure.
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    • Imagine that maby the beams we're weakend from A PLANE SLAMMING INTO IT AT TOP SPEED. Then the beams crumpled under the pressure of the building still left above it
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    • Generally, a plane slamming into the side of a building will weaken its physical structure
      Budder398 11 apr
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    • “I’m sorry I can’t access the internet”
      Griesyboy 11 apr
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    • Steel loses its integrity at a much lower temp than that
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    • I’m just saying, you throw a brick at a window doesn’t matter if the window was hot or not.
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    • What about when the plane literally flew straight into the fucking building and destroyed like half of it on impact
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    • Ask Alexa who is Jesus and she’ll say he’s a fictional character :)
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    • At 1100 degrees F steel loses 50% of its strength and will sag causing cracking of concrete support structures. Jet fuel burns off after 10 minutes but caused combustion of other materials in the building to reach temperatures around 1800 degrees F the point at which steel strength would be 10%
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    • steel doesn’t have to melt to weaken, especially under the weight of half a building
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    • While jet fuel cannot melt steel beams, the heat can weaken them. Everyone knows to bend metal, you heat it. Also Also the building had the weight of a jet inside of it.
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    • WATCH THIS YOU BIGOTS
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    • I love we’re at a time when we can say the planes yeeted themselves against the building
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    • People say "Jet fuel can't melt steel beams" but I'm certain those steel beams would be fucked if you rammed an airliner into them.
      Snavels 12 apr
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    • If I can make a 3000° in my front yard using charcoal and a blowdryer, I'm pretty sure that jet fuel fire would be able to melt steel beams
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    • Totally ignores the fact that a PLANE SLAMMED INTO THE GOD DAMN BUILDING
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    • Jet fuel burns at 3800 degrees. It will spontaneously combust (self ignite) at 1400. Add in a oxygen rich environment (wind off the Atlantic on a high-rise) and you may rest assured, steel would melt.
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    • Jet fuel burns at a high enough temperature to weaken steel beams.
      tdawg987 11 apr
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    • WHY DOES NO ONE UNDERSTAND THAT A PLANE CAN DESTROY THE SUPPORT OF A BUILDING WITH SHEER FORCE ALONE
      Martello 11 apr
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    • The heat didnt full blown turn them to liquid. It compromised their strength to where they failed. This aint Hollywood people.
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    • A blacksmith tested this. Steel doesn't need to melt. He literally uses his pinky finger to bend the industrial, construction steel bar.
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    • You guys are missing the point... these buildings were designed to withstand fires and not fall. But there were not designed to be hit by fully loaded airliners. The beams dont have to melt, they only have to heat enough to cause structural weakness. The weight of the building does the rest.
      Arlaul 11 apr
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    • jet fuel cant melt steel beams, but it weakens the integrity of it making it susceptible to bending and breaking, my buddy whos crash fire rescue for the USAF explained the science of it to me he literally specializes with plane fires
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    • Or, maybe, just maybe, the building collapsed because a fucking plane flew straight into it. Also, steel doesn’t need to melt to start warping.
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    • Steel loses most of its structural integrity at 1000 degrees
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    • 9/11 couldn't have been an inside job because the planes came from the outside
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    • I feel like most things are pretty fucked once you slam a jet into it
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    • It doesn't have to be at melting tempature to bend and become brittle. Just flexing my knowledge I'ma kill myself now
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    • OK RETARDS first of all the plane rammed into the building at 270 miles per hour, second, steel can be heated even 500 degrees below the melting point and become soft, Its how blacksmiths hammer swords
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    • Omg I did this to Alexa and she gave me a reason for the towers collapsing
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    • The steel became viscous from the heat, allowing the towers to collapse from their own weight
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    • Yes jet fuel cant melt steel beams but that wasn't the only source of fuel, their was also paper plastic computer parts carpet wooden desks glass wiring humans lamps etc. All of this together would reach temperatures hot enough to melt steel so....
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    • Dam Alexa why did you have to give the answer in F rather than Celsius or Kelvin
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    • Guys it’s almost like you don’t need to melt stuff to weaken it! Just heat it up.
      SirB2000 16 apr
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    • Peeps be like “jEt FuEl CaNt MeLt StEeL” oh? Well heat definitely couldn’t effect the structural integrity then, not to mention the impact that 300 tons going a few hundred miles per hour has on that steel... fucking retards
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    • Jet beams can’t melt steel fuel.
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    • The beams where cut
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    • Still surprises me that a passport belonging to one of the high jackers was found at the site completely burn free and in one piece.
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    • This is funny until you realize Stonetoss is unironically a Holocaust denier, meaning this probably isn’t a joke
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    • It didn’t melt the steel it just weakened it enough that the rest of the building that was on top of it caused the beams to snap and bend, if they would’ve melted the towers would have fell instantly
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    • yeah no it’s not like the force of a nearly 200 ton plane flying into a building at over 500 mph would have any effect on the integrity of those beams or anything
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    • People here talking like the plane shouldve just acordianed into the side of the building cause "steel wins over aluminum" but speed is key. A little bullet can penetrate and destroy a lot of armor going fast enough.
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    • Ok even if it can't melt steel I am pretty sure a full speed plane smacking into a building would fuck up structure enough to make them collapse
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    • I'm no conspiracy theorist and I'm not saying it was an inside job, but a large amount of things don't add up. Watch a single video and you just might change your mind. Much more effective than arguing about melting points of metal, which is basically irrelevant.
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    • For anyone wondering the real reason the towers fell was because they weren't built with central mass, the strength and integrity of the building was too reliant on the outer walls. We now build skyscrapers much differently and modern ones could possibly withstand a plane!
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    • I love how much people actually thought that meant anything.... like you don't have to completely break the wall to a house for fall down... if you chip it until it's an inch thin it's going to fall....
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    • Saboton 12 apr
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    • Heated metal bends easily, it doesn’t need to melt
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    • The twin towers crashing were directly resulted from the airplanes. The real controversy and shit hidden by the government is the following invasions in the middle east "because of 9/11" because there were definitely other reasons we were in those places other then to fight terrorism
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    • That would be wild if a building wouldn’t fall over from a fucking plane hitting it
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    • I mean you know a Boeing 767 going at roughly 500mph with jet fuel would probably do a good deal of damage
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    • That's weird...its almost like there are different mixtures of steel and alloys you can make...
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    • While jet fuel will not melt steel, it can heat steel to the point where it was weakened then all the weight caused the collapse. There is not a conspiracy you fools.
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    • RCshasta 11 apr
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    • Steel warps and bends at 1000 degrees F soooooo
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    • "Alexa, what temperature does steel need to be heated to in order to lose its ability to hold up hundreds of thousands of tons."
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