What is Old is New Again
It took several years, but now the "science" of 9/11 has returned to the early days of Sophia and "clunkity clunk". From a post on 911 Blogger all excited about a Science of 9/11 conference at the University of Tennessee:
Another audience member brought up a good point: How did the bottom three-quarters of the building reduce its strength to a “toothpick” causing the entire 110 floors to fall in roughly 10 seconds? “That is ten floors per second!” she pointed out. “I can’t even clap my hands that fast. Can you guys?” Several audience members attempted, but were unable.
They should at least cite the originator of this "scientific" experiment. Sophia from 9/11 Mysteries, from December of 2006.
Regardless, I tell people, these buildings fell in 10 seconds, they’re 110 stories. Now let’s just use our mouth to demonstrate this. If a pancake collapse can be described as “clunkity clunk” How many times can you say that in 10 seconds? And if one floor is “clunkity clunk clunkity clunk” you cannot say that 110 times in 10 seconds. So let’s even give it the benefit of the doubt, let’s just take off the “clunk”. Let’s just say “clunkity”. You can’t say that in 10 seconds, 110 times.
But remember, this is science. I am now going to go prove the Theory of Relativity wrong by turning my flashlight on and off as fast as I can in the bathroom mirror.