Discussion in 'Conspiracy Theories' started by Angelo, Jan 13, 2019.
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Yeah, I'll go with the FDNY on this one.
Demonstrating that the FDNY were so concerned about WTC 7 collapsing from fire and structural damage that they pulled their people to protect them should it fall.
Your conspiracy is not only an awful explanation of events...its also completely unnecessary. Neither 'silent explosives' nor 'invisible thermite reactions' were necessary for WTC 7 to collapse.
Just fire and structural damage. Exactly as the FDNY anticipated.
Skylar likes to spin everything to his little narrative.
Twin towers witnesses
Building 7 witness later .
And notice....no sound of explosives at it fell. No sound of explosives in this video either:
Your 'silent explosive' theory is a physical impossibility.
Which means its time to flee to yet another conspiracy!
If it was controlled demolition....then why were there no sounds of explosives when the tower collapsed.
So every floor, one at a time, from the 77th floor to the ground.......but no sounds of explosives?
Sorry, but that's an absolutely shit explanation. Any explosive suffeciently powerful to sever structural steel robust enough to hold up one of the tallest buildings in the world....would have made an absolutely ENORMOUS sound. And your conspiracy requires 10s of thousands of such explosives.
Yet....nothing. Just like your conspiracy.
Active Thermitic Material Discovered in Dust from the 9/11 World Trade Center Catastrophe
Explosive demolition didn't work. So you flee back to thermite. When Thermite has problems, you flee back to explosive demolition.
Brainwash, Rinse, Repeat!
Alas, your thermite theory is still drooling on the floor from the donkey punch that it received by the facts.
So if 'thermite' was what was used to bring down the WTC towers.......why didn't we see any thermite reactions? Remember, they're completely obvious, burning so brightly that they can permanently damage your eyes if you look directly at them. Don't take my word for it. Here's a thermite reaction:
And the towers came down exactly opposite of controlled demolition, falling from the point of impact with the plane down one floor at a time, all the way to the ground. Each floor was destroyed individually. With 47 core columns and 240 perimeter columns per floor and 77 floors from the point of failure to the ground in the South Tower.....and 93 floors from the point of failure to the ground in the North Tower.....
.......that's nearly 50,000 thermite reactions necessary to bring down the towers. With more than 3/4ths of those reactions on the perimeter columns on the OUTSIDE of the building, visible to any observer.
Worse for your theory, even after the towers fell, you insist that the thermite reactions were burning, uncontrolled every minute of every hour, 24 hours a day for TWO MONTHS.
So.....where were they?
Per your conspiracy, 50,000 thermite reactions are burning in this photograph. Each so bright that they can permenantly damage your eyes if you look directly at them.
Um....where are the thermite reactions?
Worse still, thermite burns fast and hot. And your theory, by your own account, required so much thermite stuffed into the towers that it could burn continually and uncontrollably for 2 MONTHS.
How many cubic MILES of Thermite would have to be in the towers to cause 50,000 cuts and STILL burn uncontrlled for 2 MONTHS? There wouldn't have been any room for people in the towers.
Worse still, you're arguing 'nano-thermite'....which buy your own accounting burns even FASTER than regular thermite. Meaning there wouuld have needed to be an order magnitude MORE 'nano-thermite' to cause 50,000 cuts and STILL burn uncontrlled for 2 months.
The quantity of 'nano-thermite' that your theory requires would make a pile taller than the towers.
And yet....nothing. Not one thermite reaction was found before, during or after the collapse. Ever.
As I've said, your conspiracy is just an awful, awful explanation of events. Its poorly thought through, its contradicted by overwhelming evidence, and its simply obliterated by super obvious questions that you can't answer.
Time to switch back to explosive demolition, boys!
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