WTC7 This Is An Orange
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[WTC7 This Is An Orange]
This is an orange. If you were told it was something else, you wouldn’t believe it, would you?
This is called visual identification based on experience.
This building is about to be destroyed in what is called a controlled demolition. Buildings do not do this spontaneously.
Here is another example of the controlled demolition. The initial chargers are spaced about one second apart.
And you can see that each section begins falling separately.
Successful demolitions require that all structural support columns collapse at virtually the same time. If they don’t or if something else goes wrong, the result will look something like this.
This is World Trade Center 7 just before it collapsed on September the 11th, 2001. It had not being hit by an aircraft it has been damaged by falling debris and fire. But by 5:20 p.m. most of the fires have been extinguished. Although the building was 47 storeys high it doesn’t fall side ways nor collapse unevenly. For this to have happened all of the building’s vertical support must have given way at almost exactly the same time.
“…it appears the collapse was due primarily to fire…”
FEMA – APRIL, 2002
Yet the Federal Emergency Management Agency reported that the collapse was due primarily to fire. But what does it look like to you?
As at July 2007 there was no final report on the collapse of World Trade Center 7.
“NIST has seen no evidence that the collapse of WTC 7 was caused by bombs, missiles, or controlled demolition.”
NIST – April, 2005
But the National Institute of Standards and Technology still rules out a controlled demolition. So the question is do you believe what you can see with your own eyes, or do you believe what you were told?
Dedicated to the victims of 9/11, Afghanistan and Iraq and to those who may be next.
Anthony Lawson – email@example.com
In Memory of Anthony Lawson:
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