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**Nov 29, 2010 7:35 pm**Greetings and salutations,

This is my first post.

I searched for "distribution of steel" and got no hits.

"tons of steel" turned up 29 times.

Obviously skyscrapers have to hold themselves up. So level 1 had to support a lot more weight the level 105. So the designers had to figure out how to distribute the steel from top to bottom to support the weight and withstand the wind.

So why haven't experts been demanding to know the TONS of STEEL and TONS of CONCRETE that were on each and every level of the WTC? In order for the north tower to collapse then the top 14 stories would have to crush all of the levels below and accelerate at more than 50% of G in order to come down in less than 18 seconds.

So how can this possibly be analyzed without knowing the tons of steel on every level?

So to model the event:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=caATBZEKL4c

psik

This is my first post.

I searched for "distribution of steel" and got no hits.

"tons of steel" turned up 29 times.

Obviously skyscrapers have to hold themselves up. So level 1 had to support a lot more weight the level 105. So the designers had to figure out how to distribute the steel from top to bottom to support the weight and withstand the wind.

So why haven't experts been demanding to know the TONS of STEEL and TONS of CONCRETE that were on each and every level of the WTC? In order for the north tower to collapse then the top 14 stories would have to crush all of the levels below and accelerate at more than 50% of G in order to come down in less than 18 seconds.

So how can this possibly be analyzed without knowing the tons of steel on every level?

So to model the event:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=caATBZEKL4c

psik