What Actually Happened to Demolish the Twin Towers



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What Actually Happened to Demolish the Twin Towers

What Actually Happened to Demolish the Twin Towers

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In less than fifteen seconds World Trade Center One and World Trade Center Two exploded into a pile of rubble ejecting multi-ton perimeter wall sections 600 feet laterally impaling some of them in adjacent buildings. 

The questions we have to ask is:

  • Can high rise steel framed buildings be destroyed in a gravity-only collapse in a matter of seconds? (Answer: No)
  • Can the light weight top of the tallest steel high-rise buildings in the world fall through their massive structure which provides the path of maximum resistance to their decent? (Answer: No)
  • Can jet fuel or office fires reach temperatures high enough to significantly weaken or melt the highest quality structural steel? (Answer: No)
  • Wasn't it true that World Trade Center building One and Two were designed to withstand the impacts of airliners because of the fact that a B-25 bomber impacted the Empire State building at the 80th floor in 1945? (Answer: Yes)
  • Isn't it also true that the collapse of World Trade Center Building One and Two displayed several characteristics consistent with controlled demolition? (Answer:Yes)

This section will provide video, audio, written presentations and analysis about the physical evidence to answers these questions and more.

In response to speculation that "advanced" weapons or other advanced technologies were used to destroy the World Trade Center Towers from a distance, this article will examine the magnitude of energy that seems to have been on display on 9/11 and will consider some potential sources for this energy. The magnitude of energy available through the ubiquitous electric energy grid will be used as a reference and compared to other known sources of energy. As expected, it is not possible to quantify energy produced by advanced "Directed Energy Weapons," but published data does suggest some limitations on this class of…