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That is true, said Cherrie Nanninga, the director of real estate for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, which until recently ran the World Trade Center. Port Authority officials, shown a copy of ''The B-Thing'' by a reporter, reacted with disbelief, then outrage. Although their own investigation turned up no evidence, Ms. Nanninga said, ''we have no reason to believe it didn't happen.''
originally posted by: firerescue
a reply to: AnteBellum
Bld 7 was absolutely demolished and being an architect that works in NYC I have talked with hundreds of trade professionals in great length about this for 10 years now.
The consensus is without a shadow of a doubt. Even demo experts have explained to me how it could of been done in the time allotted with a crew of 4-6.
You are an architect ....????
So explain just when did they do this demo job on WTC 7 ...??
Building was hit and set on fire by impact of WTC 1 at 10:30. WTC 7 collapsed at 5:20, less that 7 hours
In mean time FDNY crews were inside building from 11 Am to sometime before 1 PM - searching building for
stragglers and assessing damage
So only 4 hours for supposed crews to enter and rig a 47 floor skyscraper - largest building demolished with
explosives was 33 story (31 above ground, 2 below). Even then took 3 months to prep building and another
3 1/2 weeks to rig explosives
All this in a building with fires spreading from floor to floor - odd of being trapped are very high which is why FDNY abandoned it
If you are an architect would realize this is BS ........
I was wondering what your stance on the whole "cellphone" thing, as you are more informed than most of the capabilities of the craft at the time. Many here have many conflicting views on the subject. If you have nothing further to add than no problems.
Aircraft Accident/Incident Report
Tennant, California 96023
Wednesday, July 17, 1996 14:15 PDT
The pilot departed San Jose, California, on a cross-country flight to Sisters, Oregon. He obtained a standard preflight weather briefing. Visual flight was not recommended. Cumulus buildups were reported to the pilot. The pilot indicated that he may be overflying the cloud tops. He did not file a flight plan.
The pilot's wife was driving to the same location and they talked by cell phone while en route. When the pilot failed to arrive at the destination a search was started. According to radar data, the aircraft was at 15,400 feet when it started a rapid descent.
Outwardly, Lemnitzer remained stiff and correct. But deep inside he was raging at the new and youthful Kennedy White House. He felt out of place and out of time in a culture that seemed suddenly to have turned its back on military tradition. Almost immediately he became, in the clinical sense, paranoid; he began secretly expressing his worries to other senior officers. A little more than a month after Kennedy took office, he sent a letter to General Lauris Norstad, the commander-in-chief of the U.S. European Command, and several other top generals. Fearful that the administration would learn of his comments, he noted, "I had considered sending this information to you by electrical means but in view of its nature, I am sending it by letter for your ...EYES ONLY.
Lemnitzer had no respect for the civilians he reported to. He believed they interfered with the proper role of the military. The "civilian hierarchy was crippled not only by inexperience," he would later say, "but also by arrogance arising from failure to recognize its own limitations.... The problem was simply that the civilians would not accept military judgments." In Lemnitzer's view, the country would be far better off if the generals could take over.
Silverstein has said in interviews that he usually spent his mornings in breakfast meetings at Windows on the World on top of the World Trade Center North Tower, and with new tenants in the building. However, the morning of September 11, 2001, his wife insisted that he attend a medical appointment with his dermatologist. Due to the appointment, he escaped almost certain death.
originally posted by: AugustusMasonicus
originally posted by: six67seven
I've never seen a West Point ring that looks like that.
The are many different types.
And do not believe what you read on freemasonrywatch.org, they claim EVERYONE is a Mason.
Yes, however the FBI said Barbra Olsen did not make any calls that day.
So is the FBI lying?
AT&T Operator, Teresa Gonzalez, Contacts the FBI
Teresa Gonzalez, operator for AT&T Services AT&T, telephonically contacted the Federal Bureau of Investigation FBI to report an emergency phone call received by AT&T. After being advised of the identity of the interviewing agent and the nature of the interview, she provided the following information:
Mercy Lorenzo, also an operator with AT&T, received a call from a female passenger on flight 77 requesting to be transferred to telephone number 202514-2201. The female passenger advised the plane was being hi-jacked. Hi-jackers were ordering passengers to move to the back of the plane and were armed with guns and knives. Lorenzo indicated the pilot might not yet be aware of the take over of the plane.
Additionally, the number provided was the number of the passenger's husband. He is a Sergeant and resides in Washington, D.C.