Jesse Ventura Channels Judy Wood
The troofers are all excited over another statement by Jesse "The Body" Ventura endorsing 9/11 woo on the Alex Jones show. Apparently Jesse is not keeping up on his woo though, because he is quoting the billiard ball theory from Judy Wood, who although she was previously the belle of the ball in the troofer community is now about as popular there as Barack Obama at an American Free Press staff meeting, since proposing her Star Wars Death Beam theory. To quote Jesse:
Ventura then explored how it was possible that all three buildings could rapidly collapse at almost free fall speed.
"How could those buildings fall at the speed of gravity - if you put a stopwatch on them both of those World Trade Center buildings were on the ground in ten seconds - how can that be?" asked Ventura.
"If you took a billiard ball and dropped it from the height of the World Trade Center in a vacuum it would hit the ground in 9.3 seconds and if you took that same billiard ball and dropped it 10 stories at a time and merely stopped it and started it it would take 30 seconds - if you dropped it every floor of the World Trade Center to the ground, simply stopping and starting it on gravity it would take over 100 seconds to reach the ground," he surmised.
The speed of gravity? That must be how fast he used to do those fake body slams in the WWF...
He finishes with one of the more humorous misuses of metallurgy:
"When I was watching Loose Change with a friend of mine - he happens to work for a company that helps build the Boeing airplanes and they said that when the engines completely disappeared and were destroyed, his response was, excuse my French - bullshit!," said Ventura.
"I turned to him and said why and he said because they're made of titanium steel - they can't disintegrate."
You have got to love that titanium steel, it is so much better than your regular run-of-the-mill steel.
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