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originally posted by: GenRadek
a reply to: Flatcoat
That was a reaction to the firefighter coming up to them yelling at them to get moving cause the second tower is going to come down. Whoever added the sound effect used this moment to make it seem real.
Sorry, but that's a pretty poor explanation. Both the firefighters and the cameraman instantly turned towards the side street where the explosion came from. The other firemen weren't even near them. And why on earth would he duck and whip around like that just because someone called him from down the street?
So this latest brew ha is over one video with one explosion sound?
When was the last time an entire building was brought down with one explosion?
Notice they didn't run away because the building was coming down right then.
Why is it that not one single newspaper has come out and said it was an inside job?
originally posted by: Flatcoat
Completely missed the point I see. The argument isn't over whether or not that explosion brought the building down, it's over the the claim that there was no explosion in the video.
However, that clip originally had the explosion sound in stereo, but ALL the other audio was in mono. The clip got debunked as being a fake, and was rapidly removed from youtube. But it then reappeared on youtube a few days later, but NOW with the explosion in mono.
why am I the one who has to go searching?
originally posted by: plube
Simple thing is...prove that explosives were not used....
So sir.....could you please prove that explosives were not used.