No. You're gullible idiot because you can't figure out simple deduction. What would be easier to figure out?
a) The physics and logistics of the precise conditions and circumstances of the event, considering all variables and determining factors such as: type of fuel, amount of fuel, burning temperatures, wind speed, weather conditions, weight of plane, combustible items both inside and out of the aircraft, precise structural integrity of the building, what precisely is inside the plane and buildings at the time, the trajectory of the moving object, the force of the moving object, displacement, mass, weight, time AND total energy discharged?
b) Finding out what happened to a bunch of people and a big plane?
So, what would be easier to solve?
It's like when you computer won't turn on. You could dismantle the whole thing, rewire the switches, test the power supply, and check the cables, collaborate the microchips, hard drive, and motherboard...then you realize the computer wasn't even plugged in.
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