Okay say the jet fuel did weaken the steel enough. Do you really think that the steel would be weaken on all sides of the building evenly to have the buildings collapse onto themselves perfectly. To me it would seem that the side that got hit would make the building topple over from that side. However, according to you and the official explanation all the sides must have burnt and weakened the steel evenly.
The steel weakens the most where the fire is strongest, these beams can no longer bear load. Extra load is therefore put on surrounding load bearing beams. This eventually causes mass collapse in the direction of the force acting upon it - gravity acts downwards not sideways.
The actual physics behind the collapse are well explained
You clearly have misunderstandings of 'the official explanation' and the physics involved if you think that for a building to collapse upon itself all sides must have been equally weakened.
Okay well what I pulled from the Northwestern document why it didn't topple over was because
"Before disappearing from view, the upper part of the South
tower was seen to tilt significantly and of the North tower
mildly. Some wondered why the tilting did not continue,
so that the upper part would pivot about its base like a
falling tree of (Baant and Zhou 2002b). However,
such toppling to the side was impossible because the horizontal
reaction to the rate of angular momentum of the upper part would
have exceeded the elastoplastic shear resistance of the story at
least 10.3x( Baant and Zhou 2002b)."
just trying to think about in layman's term and can't really understand it because I don't know what elastoplastic shear resistance is or how they would even calculate that.
Now check it out on video at 20 secs in:
So your arguement is... a building can't collapse like that, because you don't understand the sceince behind it.
If someone handed me an academic paper on Nuclear Fision, i'm pretty sure i probably wouldn't understand it... but I'm not going to say Nuclear power is a conspiracy.
Elastroplastic Shear Restistance is EXACTLY what it sounds like.
The shear restistance of Elastroplastics...
In this case Elastroplastic Steel.
As for how you would test this. Math formula, from previous stress testing of mateirals and practical tests. Which you know... is pretty common.
Before you build a building, espiecally a giant freaking skyscraper you need to test how the building would react to tons of different situations such as, planes running into it and earthquakes.
If you CAN'T gurantee it will implode on itself rather then tip over... you don't get to build... cause you know, otherwise your basically going to play city dominoes.