so the plane hitting the building would maybe cause the heavy concrete floors to crash onto the next lower floors and keep falling on top of each other all the way to the ground. the building wouldnt fall straight dawn because the huge beams going the length of the building wouldnt break without first falling over.
wouldnt a terrorist know about buildings and plans and have one plane run into the building to weaken it then later have some more crash into it so it falls over? thats if planes could destroy a building enough to fall over.
that would explain why a long time ago there was a lot of talk about high speed trains with jet engines on them. there could be a train as fast as a jet, then it would be cheaper to get around and probably not what the government would want.
"To make one of these behemoths (A380) leave the ground and not slam back to Urth 2 seconds later, they will use ultrasonic levitation, superconductivity and pulsed magnetic zero-point Meissner fields. And you can believe me right now, they do not run on jet fuel. Jet fuel only powers the starting of the turbine engines that that will cut off from combustion and switch to aether as soon as they reach a speed that begins the flow of electrostatic electricity (a few seconds). Passenger jets have never run on fuel since the day they were introduced in 1952. Don’t take my word for it, go online and watch the first video ever taken of a passenger jet and tell me if you see any flames or any heat waves of any kind while it takes off. Now go take a look at a fighter plane that actually does use fuel and you tell me the difference. While you’re at it, take a look at how long it takes for them to pump one fifth of a million liters of fuel into a 747 between flights. Unless the wings opened up from end to end across their entire tops and they free-fall dumped fuel into them using a firefighter supertanker above, it certainly is going to take more than the two minutes they actually use (which we have on time-stamped video). It takes longer than that to gas up a passenger car at the fuel pump which is 2100x less fuel. If they were using a hose and pump head that transferred ten times as much fuel as a filling pump, it would still take 17½ hours, showing you just how stupid they think humans actually are." - taken from Decoding The Hive Volume 3.