911 - 9/11 Mostly everyone remembers where they heard the...

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9/11 Mostly everyone remembers where they heard the news of a catastrophic event. These events, such as the assassination of John F Kennedy, the death of Princess Dianna, the murder of John Lennon, the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., the beltway snipers, leave an impact on the people. Some disasters are still so fresh in people’s minds, that it is hard to talk about. The 9/11 attack is still affecting America. When someone might question what happened, it is immediately labeled as a conspiracy theory that some nut job came up with because the current belief of what happened is the only accepted one. The conventional interpretation of the 9/11 attacks it that terrorists from the Middle East took over two planes and crashed them into the World Trade Center, flights 11 and 175. The towers collapsed because the initial impacts of the plane blew off the fireproofing of the steel, and the exposure to the high temperatures of the fires weakened the steel causing a series of chain reactions that led to the collapse.
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