DISINFO: Aluminum planes cannot penetrate steel buildings

DISINFO CLAIM: Aluminum planes cannot penetrate steel buildings

There are “truthers” that claim an aluminum plane cannot penetrate into steel buildings. Therefore the planes must have been holograms.

Here are the top “No Planer” arguments for this claim. Followed by my rebuttal.

1) “The plane entering the building violated Newton’s laws.”
2) “Aluminum wings can’t slice through steel”
3) “flying hollow aluminum beer cans cannot penetrate steel.”
4) “How can an aluminum airplane travelling at 500 mph punch through a 500,000 ton steel wall?”
5) “The plane does not decelerate.”
6) “Would you believe a “Roadrunner silhouette into WTC”
7) “A plane cannot cut through steel like a knife through butter.”



1) “The plane entering the building violated Newton’s laws.”


Let’s look at Newtons Laws…….

13th Comm’ On 9/11 TV Fakery – Newtons Law 2

What no planers fail to factor in is the Momentum and Kinetic Energy!


“Momentum (p) is the quantity of motion in a body. A heavy body moving at a fast velocity is difficult to stop. A light body at a slow speed, on the other hand can be stopped easily. So momentum has to do with both mass and velocity.

p = mv

Often physics problems deal with momentum before and after a collision. In such cases the total momentum of the bodies before collision is taken as equal to the total momentum of the bodies after collision. That is to say:
momentum is conserved.”


Kinetic Energy

“The amount of translational kinetic energy (from here on, the phrase kinetic energy will refer to translational kinetic energy) that an object has depends upon two variables: the mass (m) of the object and the speed (v) of the object.”

“This equation reveals that the kinetic energy of an object is directly proportional to the square of its speed. That means that for a twofold increase in speed, the kinetic energy will increase by a factor of four. For a threefold increase in speed, the kinetic energy will increase by a factor of nine. And for a fourfold increase in speed, the kinetic energy will increase by a factor of sixteen. The kinetic energy is dependent upon the square of the speed. As it is often said, an equation is not merely a recipe for algebraic problem solving, but also a guide to thinking about the relationship between quantities.”
How the airplane wing cut through the exterior columns of the World
Trade Center; Wierzbicki, T.; Teng, X. International Journal of Impact
Engineering; 2003 Vol. 28, p601-625,

“The problem of the airplane wing cutting through the exterior columns of the World Trade Center is treated analytically. The exterior columns are thin-walled box beam made of high strength steel. The complex structure of the airplane is lumped into another box, but it has been found that the equivalent thickness of the box is an order of magnitude larger than the column thickness. The problem can be then modeled as an impact of a rigid mass traveling with the velocity of 240 m/s into a hollow box-like vertical member. The deformation and failure process is very local and is broken into three phases: shearing of the impacting flange; tearing of side webs; and tensile fracture of the rear flange. Using the exact dynamic solution in the membrane deformation mode, the critical impact velocity to fracture the impacted flange was calculated to be 155 m/s for both flat and round impacting mass. Therefore, the wing would easily cut through the outer column.”

2) “Aluminum wings can’t slice through steel”

First of all, planes did not slice through steel. Planes moving at high velocity plowed through the towers dislodging exterior steel columns connected by bolts. The towers also consisted of Aluminum cladding and lots of glass windows.

Let me give you several simple examples of Newton’s laws at work. Using pumpkins, 2×4’s, Marshmallows and Ping Pongs, I will show you how it’s possible. The answer is momentum and kinetic energy, as described above. To make it simple, the faster an object is moving, the more force it has.

Second law: The acceleration a of a body is parallel and directly proportional to the net force F and inversely proportional to the mass m, i.e., F = ma.


Pumpkin Canon vs Van

Pumpkin Canon- Camera in the Van #1

Pumpkin Canon- Camera in the Van #2

More Pumpkins:
How can water cut through steel?

“A waterjet is a tool used in machine shops to cut metal parts with a (very) high-pressure stream of water. As amazing as it sounds, if you get water flowing fast enough it can actually cut metal.”
Marshmallow Cannon
Can a 2×4 penetrate a palm tree from hurricane winds?
Tornado causes Piece of wood to pierce through a concrete curb.
Straw embedded in tree
“Straws are able to go through telephone poles, obviously, because of their extreme speeds. I do not see the connection between this phenomenon and your idea with the iron ring.”
Can a Tornado Blow Straw Into a Tree?
“The straw reached speeds of 320 mph (515 kilometers/hour) before wedging itself just a quarter of an inch (0.6 centimeter) into the trunk of the palm. And since the most severe tornadoes in recorded history have only reached wind speeds of 205 mph (330 km/h), it’s unlikely that a twister could ever re-create this damage.”
Playing Card stuck in a tree
Fujita Scale
Fujita Scale Measures Damage Caused by Tornadoes

“F4 – Devastating
With winds from 207-260 mph (333-416 kph), F4 tornadoes are called “devastating tornadoes.” They level well-constructed houses, blow structures with weak foundations some distances, and turn large objects into missiles.”
Certainly tornadoes have been known to embed things like records into telephone poles, as this NOAA Historical Weather Photo shows:
Purdue Technology students build supersonic ping pong gun

Ping Pong Ball goes through aluminum pop cans.
Supersonic Ping Pong Ball Going Through Paddle

3) “flying hollow aluminum beer/pop cans.”

9/11 Challenge 2015 Incorrect




“The aluminum that modern aircraft are made of is not the same soft material as that of a beer can: Aluminum 2219-T81 UNS A92219; ISO AlCu6Mn; Aluminium 2219-T81; AA2219-T81 – with a tensile strength greater than that of structural steel.

“2000 series are alloyed with copper, can be precipitation hardened to strengths comparable to steel.”
Boeing 777 Wing Test

“This Boeing 777 wing was tested to destruction, finally breaking at one fifty four percent of the designed limit load.”
Even a Kamikaze plane with a propeller was able to cut through the 1-2 inch thick steel PLATES of a battleship during WWII.
New Plan Wing Design Greatly Cuts Drag To Save Fuel (September 11th,1990)

“Boeing and NASA used the titanium to replace a section of aluminum skin covering part of the upper surface of one wing of a Boeing 757, which meant that the titanium had to be mated with aircraft skin and structural parts made of aluminum. This was a major challenge, Mr. Nagel said, because of the difference between the rates of expansion of the titanium and aluminum when heated, and because of the difference in their load-bearing characteristics.”
Photo’s of small planes crashing into building/homes. Moving at a much slower speed and they still penetrated.


4) “How can an aluminum airplane travelling at 440mph punch through a 500,000 ton steel wall?”


She often talks about how the planes melted into the building. I explained it to her. 1. Facade is mostly glass–plane went in through those openings while being sliced/shredded. 2. Tower swayed. 3. People saw it coming and survived (Primnath) 4. Shitty quality videos and photos. 5. Hair-brained lazy fuck bloviators on the internet will say anything for attention. They don’t give a shit about the truth.

The 440 mph plane did not crash into a 500,000 ton steel wall. The plane crashed into the exterior shell that spanned over several floors. Within this facade was mostly glass (windows) evenly spaced between the exterior steel columns covered by aluminum cladding. The total estimated weight of each tower was 500,000 tons. So no, the plane did not crash into a 500,000 ton wall.


In 1945, a B25 Bomber crashed into the Empire State Building travelling at 200 mph penetrating into the ESB and protruding out the other side.


B-25 Empire State Building crash

“At 9:49 a.m., the ten-ton, B-25 bomber smashed into the north side of the Empire State Building. The majority of the plane hit the 79th floor, creating a hole in the building eighteen feet wide and twenty feet high. The plane’s high-octane fuel exploded, hurtling flames down the side of the building and inside through hallways and stairwells all the way down to the 75th floor.”
Empire State Building Sustained Crash

“The last time a plane crashed into a New York City skyscraper was July 28, 1945. A U.S. bomber flying through thick fog at about 200 mph crashed into the Empire State Building, one of the most recognized structures in the world.”
12 Fascinating Pictures From The Day A Plane Flew Into The Empire State Building

“Wreckage protruded from the building’s north side”

Even at low speed a b25 bomber was able to protrude through the other side of the Empire State Building.


5) “The plane does not decelerate.”


This diagram clearly shows that there was deceleration
Interpreting the Boeing-767 Deceleration During Impact with the WTC Tower:
Center of Mass Versus Tail-end Motion, and Instantaneous Versus Average Velocity
Achimspok has done a study of flight 175’s trajectory.

The building sways with forward momentum proving that something hit the building.

“WTC2 Swaying after impact”

6) “Would you believe a “Roadrunner silhouette into WTC”

No Planers want us to believe the impact holes were not created by planes because of Looney Toon ACME physics.


Of course the Road runner would not look like that. Skinny bones and feathers would have no impact on steel, even at 500 mph. Also the Road runner has a lot less body mass than a 757/767. Maybe the planes were actually Superman.

Face plant

7) “A plane cannot cut through steel like a knife through butter.”



The wings did not slice through steel. The wings and engines plowed through the facade at 500 mph dislodging several perimeter columns and windows as these images clearly show. The wings even left scars in the aluminum scadding. Holograms can’t do this.



8) “A bullet cannot penetrate steel”




1 million fps Slow Motion video of bullet impacts made by Werner Mehl from Kurzzeit

This is that entire video, and it shows more than half of the bullets penetrating a solid steel plate. The part that was captured at 8:27. This is why you should never share tidbits without seeing the FULL video and and at least knowing what type of bullet or steel was used in the experiment. Not to mention a plane contains significantly more mass than a bullet and the planes on 9/11 didn’t impact a sheet a steel.


The No Plane theory was created and promoted by disinfo agents, useful idiots or the perpetrators themselves in order to discredit the entire movement. It was designed to obfuscate the real hard physical evidence and to purposely spread false information in order to keep this movement divided and distracted from our ultimate goal. There are 100’s if not 1000’s of witnesses that saw, heard and/or filmed the planes in New York. No Planes = No Brains!

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