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Major_Tom wrote:I never noticed that before.
Any efforts at a higher resolution clip or more refined detail would be appreciated.
Using this piece as a free-fall gauge, we see some of the ejections in the femr video lead free-fall by a considerable margin.
Major_Tom wrote:Any efforts at a higher resolution clip or more refined detail would be appreciated.
psikeyhackr wrote:...why haven't our EXPERTS been screaming for accurate information on the distribution of steel and concrete...
Major_Tom wrote:Demo? This is most probably well ahead of the OOS sw ejections. I can tell by using the freefalling ne corner assembly (which leads all other large objects in the fall) as a reference.
So these are, without much doubt, the leading ejections.
Major_Tom wrote:They seem to line up with the core (but I cannot confirm that).
What does that mean? Core attacks lead all else? Core destruction leads? (That is an Achimspok idea? I recall I good video on that. Peterene, do you have the link?)
femr2 wrote:During the descent of WTC 1 a linear series of ejections can be seen traversing from the South East corner, downwards and towards the North East corner.
I hope all members will make every effort to discuss how this damage could be caused.
Trippy wrote:Are you talking about what appears to be damage to the face? Or the path the falling debris takes.
If it's the later, that's what I was asking about over in the other thread when I was asking about debris falling towards the tower.
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