What a beast he knows what’s up
Trenton Tye, a blacksmith from Georgia, decided to demolish a famous theory which claims jet fuel doesn’t burn hot enough to have cut through the World Trade Centre’s steel beams. Advocates of this explanation suggest that the fire produced by the aeroplane’s fuel would not be able to melt the towers’ beams, so something else must have brought them crashing to the ground.
“I am taking time out of my busy day to try and put to rest one of the most moronic things I have seen on the internet lately – and that’s saying something,” he said in a video which has been watched more than 5 million times since going live earlier this week. He slammed the “old, tired argument” that jet fuel only burns at 1,500 degrees Fahrenheit, but steel melts at 2,700 degrees, by demonstrating that steel can be easily bent after being heated in a furnace.
His demonstration shows that WTC’s steel beams would not have been able to hold the building up following a direct impact from a plane packed with fuel
“I am so sick of this argument,” he raged.
“I am upset of the idiotic metallurgical things you guys are saying.”
He heated a thick steel beam in a furnace at a temperate of 1,800 degrees, before demonstrating that it could be bent with his “pinky finger”.
“Check it out,” the blacksmith shouted.
“Your argument is invalid.
“Get over it.
“Find a job.”