My answer has been deleted with a pretty strange reason: Did planes crash into the WTC on 9-11?
This is a theoretical answer, but we expect answers to be based on facts - not to make a speculative prediction. I am deleting it for this reason.
I feel like this is a very opinionated removal of my answer. If you don't think it is helpful and speculative, downvote it. I'm stating that one of the claims in the original citation is wrong. Other claims were covered in the other answers and I don't want to duplicate that information. I do not see how my answer is any different from the most upvoted answer to the question at the moment - it merely outlines why the claims are not justified. This is exactly what I do.
According to FAQ, the reasons for deletion are:
- commentary on the question or other answers
- asking another, different question
- “thanks!” or “me too!” responses
(my answer is not any of the above)
- exact duplicates of other answers
(this was not covered in other answers)
- barely more than a link to an external site
- not even a partial answer to the actual question
(it is a partial answer, concerning the last paragraph of the claim which was not covered by other answers)
I'm surprised that the only answer supported by actual science is removed as "not based on facts". I'm a physicist by the way...