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Re: Very OT: Zeitgeist, The Movie... WAS... Semi-OT: Int'lTravellers' Laptops Confiscated...

There are multiple reports of pre-collapse explosions....

>One of the many problems with the controlled demolition
>hypothesis...in every video I've ever seen of a controlled demolition
>of a building, there is a series of extremely loud and usually visible
>explosions preceding the collapse....BANG BANG BANG BANG BANG...I
>don't see or hear this in the WTC collapse videos.
>On 8/3/08, Charles Zwicky <cazwicky@earthlink.net> wrote:
>>  I have an alternative theory to present:
>>  In 1993 an attempt was made to tip over the WTC building via a truck
>>  bomb in the corner of the parking garage.
>>  This attack was primitive and ineffective largely because the bombers
>>  were ignorant of the building's design.
>>  The "powers that be" were suddenly faced with the real possibility
>>  that there may be a situation where the buildings could become
>>  unstable if they were damaged due to fire or bombing or whatever and
>>  cause unspeakable collateral damage to lower Manhattan.
>>  The buildings were therefor prewired for controlled demolition
>>  sometime over the following 18 years and the decision was made to
>>  implode them after the planes hit in September 2001.
>>  The "official" explanation (i.e. jet fuel caused the colapse) is
>>  preposterous, as is the attept to blame the collase of WTC #7 on
>>  "raging fires".
>>  -Chuck Zwicky
>>>   > They're talking seriously and from an engineer's POV about such
>>>>   apparent facts as that not a single steel-frame skyscraper in 
>>>>   has ever collapsed due to fire, even though many have burned much
>>>>   hotter than the Twin Towers did, or could have if it was only a jet-
>>>>   fuel fire.
>>>I was not aware of this. Where can I find information about these
>>>other skyscraper fires with no collapse? Were the fires as large as
>>>the ones at the WTC?
>>>Mark Smart
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>>  ...
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>Mark Smart