Are there any research papers that concur with the official theory about the Twin Towers collapse?
Topic: Are there any research papers that concur with the official theory about the Twin Towers collapse?
June 24, 2019 / By Amey Question:
I'm just interested, I saw a documentary by national geographic, and read an article in popular mechanics, Both did not to explain anything, that I could understand, I'm a bit of a stickler for facts and figures so I'm looking for research papers. There must be some out there, I'm trying to persuade my inquisitive nephew it was not controlled explosions. I'll ask in other catergories
Best Answers: Are there any research papers that concur with the official theory about the Twin Towers collapse?
Warner | 5 days ago
This site has quite a good explanation
Detailed 9/11 research work
and this one too
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Hi. Here is one site : http://www.civil.usyd.edu.au/wtc.shtml but the doubters will still doubt. Have your nephew blow up and pop a paper bag, then ask him how an entire floor of a skyscraper might act with dozens of floors weight falling from above.
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I saw with my own eyes both planes go into the towers. On flight 93, passengers talked to loved ones on cell phones and told them what was happening. The conspiracy theorists need to get a life.
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Three buildings just don't fall down real nice and neatly...Flight 93 was shot down because the hijackers had been over-powered by some of the men on that flight...
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Originally Answered: How to research the right way and write papers, essays.etc?
What is your topic? One of the best ways to start research is through a scholarly journal online. Most of these require you to subscribe, but most schools and colleges pay for these and they are free for students. If this is unavailable try google scholar. These journals are credible and reliable. If you must use a book, try to find books available online that way you can search for a specific work or phrase rather than reading the entire book. If you are still having trouble, ask your teacher for help or a librarian. Once you get started, research is really a piece of cake. Good luck with your paper!