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Demolition Theory Hypothesis

Posted by willyloman on March 30, 2009

by Scott Creighton

The following is a quick outline of what I believe happened to cause the collapse of the World Trade Centers on Sept. 11, 2001.  It is an attempt to show that conventional demolition materials could have been, and probably were used in the demolition process. This is only PART of a larger work that I am putting together incorporating technical information of PETN (det cord), findings of Steven Jones (iron rich micro-spheres), dust particle contents reported by several sources, images showing the different colored clouds formed during the demolition of the towers, lateral ejections of large (complete) sections of exterior column assemblies,  missing floor systems (trusses and floor pans), and images of the steel and concrete dust at ground zero.

This is only the images of my hypothesis of the demolition process. More info to follow.

DET CORD EXPLOSION DETAIL

DET CORD EXPLOSION DETAIL

(The images of human figures included in these are needed for perspective. It is not intended to be graphic in any way. They were only included after careful consideration and it is not my intent to cause undue harm or discomfort to anyone connected with those that lost their lives on Sept. 11th.  But too be honest, the vast majority of the innocent people that perished on that day died as a result of the “collapse” of the towers, and not from the initial impact of the planes. Therefore, though it is uncomfortable for me to include them, I feel I must for these two reasons.  We are talking after all about an act of murder, and leaving the images out, I believe would do a disservice to those victims who lost their lives when the towers came down. I apologise to all who may be offended by their inclusion in these illustrations, but know that care was taken in the decision to include them.)

[more images after the break]

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