no_body wrote:The white rectangular object (search light?) on the NW corner begins to move simultaneously with the bang,
There is a small burst from the NW face at the corner floor 101?, which also coincides with the bang as does some black smoke explosively ejected further up floor 106?. We have multiple events and a single sound - a bang, and the building begins to fall, what happens next isn't really relevant is it?
The mast has already begun moving about a meter? (guessing) at bang time, then the first linear expulsions along the N and NW face occur more or less as the bang ends,
I hardly think it has anything to do with 'gale force winds' and 'forest fires' (IMO)
I felt the discussion was veering into how much air was being expelled, which has nothing to do with this (IMO)
This is a single sound, do all the columns 'break, in unison? something sure does go bang tho'
Once AGAIN YOU are the one who bought the expulsions of fire and smoke into the conversation NOT me.
Once AGAIN you have failed to comprehend the relevance of the calculations.
You think that considering how fast the air is expelled from the building, and having something real to compare that to is irrelevant to considering wether or not those expulsions of fire and smoke could be caused by the full or partial collapse of a floor?
You are most assuredly profoundly and gravely mistaken.