Quote: Originally Posted by CDNBear
Hey they just built 30 new schools in US too. OMG will they blow up too!!!???
They didn't have any part in their constructtion that I know of, does your statement reflect that
Try again, I don't buy silly unfounded accusations.
Your letters, meaningless. The accusations of some documenntation being destroyed in the collapse and others not. Only in a rhelm of silliness, would anyone think every single scrap of documentation be kept in one facility.
Please by all means explain to me what that is, the construction type, the material specs, and the joining methods.[/quote]
Hopefully the workers prided themselves in doing the work as requested and the towers met the designers codes in matter of building safety. Even in tonnages the fuel was not extra large in either building when compared to the lbs of steel and concrete. 4 floors were damaged on the exterior. A tilt from the structure to close the gap would have put the steel on the other side of the building to stiffen because of the transfer of bearing loads.
What info do you have on the dust when concrete floors are ruled out as being a source? Somebody must have figured how much dust was left on the ground. Add-in the factor the dust that may have drifted away and it is a small weight.