Absolutely correct. I agree entirely.anart said:In addition, you seemed to not have understood my simple points - both buildings FELL PERFECTLY INTO THEIR OWN FOOTPRINT - at very close to free fall speed, had this happened once, it COULD have been a fluke of perfectly, uniformly, failing supports - since this happened twice it can only logically point to controlled demolition.
And let’s not forget that it was THREE towers that collapsed into their own footprints … one of which (WTC 7) was not even impacted by a ‘plane!
(Although WTC7 was possibly intended to be hit by Flight 93 … which possibly managed to somehow over-ride the external ‘remote control’ and fled from the airspace … only to be shot down in the Shanksville area, Pennsylvania, by a ‘black ops’ fighter … before they could land and ‘spill the beans!’)
So we have THREE BUILDINGS. A lot of people forget that … and some never even seem to have taken it on board at the time, and don’t realise it now!
Also, the last ‘official’ pancake theory computer video simulation that I saw actually left the steel columns still standing as the floors ‘pancaked’ down.
It’s a bit like those old gramophone players on which you could stack several 45 rpm records, and when one finished playing the next would drop down to be played. But the central spindle – obviously – always remained standing!
So how did the 47 re-inforced steel columns of the central core of each building collapse?
Why were they not left standing up – like the ‘gramophone spindle’ referred to above – as the floors ‘pancaked’ down around them … and even as shown in the official computer generated video???!!!!
Did 110 foot steel columns also ‘pancake down’?
No indeed. They conveniently arranged themselves into cleanly cut 30 foot sections – for easy transportation to China as ‘scrap metal’ – where they were (and presumably still are being) re-cycled into cars, kitchenware and household goods.
Hmmm. A stray thought about removal of evidence from a crime scene raises its head …
China! ‘Most Favoured Status’ indeed!
This is all so ludicrous we shouldn’t even have to keep arguing it!
What an unbelievably surreal world we do inhabit.