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The way the towers were constructed, it is possible that even an office furniture fire on one of the floors, perhaps aided by an accelerant, could have brought down the south tower because the floor trusses were not adequately fire proofed and a truss is only as strong as its weakest support. The north tower might have taken a fire on two floors. Flying planes into the buildings probably was not necessary to bring them down, but the structural engineer who devised the plan probably thought they were. Also fairly obvious there were insiders involved given worded PA system announcement claiming that even though north tower was in flames, everything was safe in the south tower amd occupants should stay in the building. That was a key part of the plot. As for the other buildings, like seven, no doubt also cheaply built and collapsed from a domino effect.

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This is what should have happened in the case of the towers 3836 Racho 17-Apr-19 06:45
Re: This is what should have happened in the case of the towers 588 molder 17-Apr-19 10:22
Are the Engineers at the University of Alaska Fairbanks truthers? 303 Racho 06-Sep-19 18:15
Re: This is what should have happened in the case of the towers 261 Jondun 09-Sep-19 12:44
Re: This is what should have happened in the case of the towers 231 Lost_In_Place 17-Sep-19 23:49
Re: This is what should have happened in the case of the towers 223 Racho 18-Sep-19 02:36
Re: This is what should have happened in the case of the towers 233 Lost_In_Place 18-Sep-19 12:33
If you're like me... 230 Racho 18-Sep-19 14:53
Re: This is what should have happened in the case of the towers 393 Lost_In_Place 19-Sep-19 02:43


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