Glasgow Towers to Simulate 9-11 Fire
Here's a pretty interesting story about an experiment that promises to have a little more validity than one of Spooked911's attempts.
The disused tower block is at Millerfield Place in the Dalmarnock area of Glasgow. It was built in 1964 but has lain disused for more than a decade.
The Peruvian-born academic is one of a number of experts across the world who believes that the Twin Towers should have stayed up after they were hit by hijacked airliners on September 11 2001.
Torero believes that by studying why the buildings did collapse, future structures can be made safer.
He said: "Those buildings should have withstood burnout. From my perspective, those buildings were designed to last structurally for between three to four hours, enough time to get everyone out who had survived. At least that's what you expect."
The amusing thing, as pointed out by Reality Bites at the JREF forum, is that the 9-11 Deniers are hoping for the experiment to prove that the WTC towers could not have come down the way the official story says.