"The NIST report represents what can really only be called anti-science. They started with their conclusion and worked their way back to some leading hypothesis."
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"The steel in dragon-like lengths and contortions spoke for itself - bent, deformed - without cracks."
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"I find it hard to believe that it actually bent because of the size of it and how there's no cracks in the iron. It bent without almost a single crack in it. It takes thousands of degrees to bend steel like this."
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"Typically, you'd have buckling and tearing on the tension side, but there's no buckling at all."
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"Here is the meteorite - molten iron fused with concrete."
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"Architects, engineers, people who work with steel - welders - have just never seen the level of destruction and the level of deformation of this material in their lives."
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"As I stood there on the 33rd floor, I heard very strange noises on the 34th floor. now, the 34th floor was an empty floor - a floor that did not have any kind of walls, it was a construction floor. It was totally hollowed out there was nothing there . . . not even the elevators stopped there. You had to have a special access key to open the door on the 34th floor"
The theory that explosives brought down World Trade Centers 1, 2 and 7 requires an opportunity for those explosives to be laid in strategic places throughout the buildings.
From many accounts, the 34th floor was not the only vacant floor in that tower. And similar vacancies riddled the other two buildings. It seems that if someone wanted to rig the buildings for demolition, they had ample opportunity to do it.
The only problem is, they would also need willing participants. They could get them, I suppose, by telling them that they were doing something other than what they did, or by paying them enough money to keep quiet all these years.
It seems hard to believe that anyone could keep this kind of secret for so long, with so many people dead and suffering around the world as a result of this colossal crime. But even this unlikely scenario is more likely than the possibility of those towers collapsing into their own footprints - completely pulverized - solely as a result of structural failures caused by fire.
In the video clip, an intact New York Times newspaper from 1969 was pulled out of the rubble of the towers. Construction workers had placed it, as memorabilia, in the hollow center of a steel beam when the towers were being built.
It was a well placed secret. I bet they never thought it would be seen again under these circumstances. But, no secret can be kept forever.
Eventually, the truth will come out. All it takes is one honest person.