Debunking 9/11 conspiracy theorists part 1 – Free fall and how the towers collapsed

Myles Power confronts 9/11 truthers to see if their claims can stand up. In this video he discusses the World Trade Center’s Design to withstand airplane impacts, fule or oxygen-starved fires, HOW THE World Trade Center’s Collapse, the twin towers falling at free fall speed and the damage to the lobbies.

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About Myles Power (711 Articles)
My name is Myles Power, and I run the educational YouTube channel, powerm1985. I spend what little free time I have sharing my love of SCIENCE! through home experiments, visiting sites of scientific interest, and angrily ranting at pseudoscience proponents. I am also one of the founding members of the podcast 'The League of Nerds' - which I co-host with James from 'The History of Infection'.

1 Comment on Debunking 9/11 conspiracy theorists part 1 – Free fall and how the towers collapsed

  1. Vincent Stewart // June 19, 2019 at 10:16 am // Reply

    The part where he claims the airliners were flying at impossible speeds when they hit the towers is being used as if it’s true but it’s not. Regular passenger airliners can’t fly at those speeds at sea level. All of the data he presented about the force when they impacted the towers is null & void. Now if those were specially modified airliners, they could reach those speeds but that would debunk his entire theory.

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