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By Arthur Naiman

Incredible because it turns out, the government's model of what occurred on September eleven, 2001, cannot possibly be actual. with out carrying out any hypothesis or conjecture, this publication proves that past a shadow of a doubt.

For instance, it lists ten infallible symptoms of destruction via explosives and 4 infallible signs of destruction through hearth. the realm exchange middle constructions exhibited all ten of the previous and none of the latter. (That's now not striking, given that no steel-framed development has ever failed because of fire—not even the Caracas skyscraper that burned for 17+ hours, nor the Beijing high-rise engulfed in vibrant orange flames from best to bottom.)

Then there is WTC 7. now not struck via a aircraft, topic to not anything greater than minor place of work fires, its forty seven tales collapsed into their very own footprint in a way indistinguishable from a managed demolition . . . which can clarify how BBC television used to be in a position to file it twenty-three mins prior to it...

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According to the Scottish newspaper the Sunday Herald, that report was passed on to President Bush a short time later. • In September, Egyptian intelligence again warned American officials that al-Qaeda was in the advanced stages of executing a significant operation against an American target, probably within the US. In her testimony to the 9/11 Commission, Condoleezza Rice stated that “the threat reporting that we received in the spring and summer of 2001 was not specific as to time nor place nor manner of attack.

In 2006, there was a gory footnote. More than 700 human bone fragments—each less than half an inch long—were found on top of the 40-story Deutsche Bank building, across the street from the South Tower. ) Problem #9: Where’s everything else? The Twin Towers contained about four million square feet of office space, in which there were tens of thousands of desks, chairs, computers, printers, cubicles, filing cabinets, telephones, light fixtures, water coolers, toilets, sinks—equipment of every conceivable sort.

Problem #6: How could the collapses be so perfectly symmetrical? Each building had 110 floors; each floor was supported by 287 separate columns (47 in the core, 240 on the perimeter). That’s a total of more than 60,000 column-to-floor connections. For the Twin Towers to have collapsed the way the videos show they did, each one of those 60,000+ connections would have had to disconnect at exactly the right instant; otherwise the buildings would have tipped one way or the other. We won’t waste our time calculating the odds against that happening by chance, but we imagine the resulting number would fill the rest of this book.

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