No? OK, I'll give you a little bit more. Probably been watching that ridiculous Zeitgeist "movie", huh? Kids love it. Thinking people don't. Or maybe you're listening to lunatic Hollyweird actors that are using their celebrity status in lieu of being knowledgeable in the subject?
Remember how the planes essentially disintegrated when they hit the World Trade Center and the Pentagon? Some nut cases were saying that they were missiles, not jets, that struck the buildings. (I have read the laughable idea that the passengers and crew are all safe and sound. Imagine, all those people without a conscience and still keeping quiet, even knowing that they are tacitly complicit in the "bombings". Oh, please!)
Jump forward to concerns about nuclear power plants. People had fears (some legitimately, some pretending so that they could shut down the evil nasty nuke stuff) that planes could crash through the walls and turn parts of the country into a radioactive wasteland.
I was sent this video, and it takes care of two things at once:
First, it gives evidence that the nuclear power plants are well protected. But also, it shows that planes do tend to disintegrate with high impact into solid objects.
That is one of the objections. If you believe in 9-11 conspiracies are have the courage to face the unthinkable (that you have been duped), here are some links to get you started. First, the established and well-respected special report from Popular Mechanics is here. Another source that covers a great deal of ground is here. Some videos are here. Finally, my previous article on conspiracy theories, if you feel like it.
Wow, I'm sure glad that this nonsense is falling away again. I can't stand people that are so desperate to advance the liberal (leftist) political viewpoints that they will resort to such rubbish.
Addendum: Also, I cannot stand how some people insist on believing crap like this. They believe because they want to, not because of evidence. They argue from silence; since there aren't enough airline parts left over, then it must have been missiles. Also, "what other building collapses into its own footprint", etc., while ignoring the actual explanations. Spare me! Fortunately, the conspiracy theorists are a small minority. Loud and nutty as fruitcakes, but small.