Tuesday, March 29, 2005

Twin Towers - controlled explosion


Jim Marrs, author of Inside Job: Unmasking the 9/11 Conspiracies, believes that 9/11 was an "inside job."

His examines Jim Hoffman's research into the idea that explosives caused the collapse of the twin towers.

Marrs gives us several arguments which (1) disprove the official version of a fire-induced gravity collapse and (2) show that explosives in the towers' cores brought down the 47 central support columns.

The towers' cores were obliterated. Only explosives can explain the pulverization of concrete and the thrusting of girders hundreds of feet from the towers.

Videos and photographs show explosions occurring well below the level of the collapse.

The 'undamaged' parts of the towers failed to slow the collapses. This indicates that "nearly all resistance to the downward acceleration of the tops had been eliminated ahead of them," Hoffman says.

AFP reported an eyewitness to the collapse seeing "a number of brief light sources being emitted from inside the building between floors 10 and 15" accompanied by "a crackling sound" before the tower fell.

During the recent "Confronting the Evidence" conference held in New York City, a person who worked in the North Tower told AFP that prior to 9/11, elevator shafts were guarded by security guards while being "out-of-service" for "weeks and months."

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