Berlin wrote:Really people? No the jet fuel isn't going be "all burned up" from the intitial fireball, the lack of oxygen in the enclosed space will prevent a complete burn upon initial atomization and it will continue to burn with other combustibles as o2 allows for quite a while. You DON'T have melt anything, why do i hear this same nonsense continually repeated, jet fuel doesn't have to melt steel, it only needs to burn hot enough to weaken it. As another poster mentioned, fire, softens steel, weakens steel, building starts moving, building collapses. if you want a conspiracy theory to sink your teeth into find another one, at least one that's not supported by those with a complete ignorance of physics.
Lack of oxygen? What were all the people breathing? How much oxygen came in through the massive hole in the side of the building?
What caused that great big fireball on impact?
And if kerosene will melt soften steel, explain Building 7 that didn't have a drop of it.