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And yet a terrorist passport is found nearby.
and yet it survived the fire and heat, the impact, and magically opened up whatever it was contained in
No chain of evidence was kept, the jet engine and tires could have come from anywhere.
originally posted by: Kester
a reply to: hellobruce
We can nitpick over the exact meaning of all concrete disintegrated in mid-air.
We can also study the photographic and video evidence of the destruction of the buildings and subsequent grading and burial of the concrete on the Fresh Kills Landfill. Try 1:08 in this video for example.Notice the investigators are told to look for evidence among the debris. If they were told to view the debris itself as evidence they would very soon realise the average particle size indicates extraordinary demolition.
Some of the photographs of the destructive process show the rows of concrete panels in the core blowing out. They are seen as striations in the dust cloud. There are some good examples of such images on this page. www.ussartf.org...
IN ONE of the most amazing stories of survival from the destruction of the World Trade Center, a window cleaner has been revealed as a hero who saved the lives of five other men using only his squeegee.
Jan Demczur was trapped in an express lift with the group in the north tower on his way to work when the first hijacked plane hit the building. The lift "swung from side to side like a pendulum'' he recalled yesterday, and then stopped.
After 10 minutes, they were told over the intercom that there had been an explosion. Shortly after, smoke began to seep through the doors.
Using the handle of Mr Demczur's squeegee several of the men forced open the doors, but discovered they were on the 50th floor, 500ft above the ground, where the lift did not stop. In front of them was a wall.
At this point, Mr Demczur, a Polish immigrant who once worked as a builder, had a brainwave.Realising the wall in front of the lift was only made of plasterboard, he began using the metal edge of his window washer as a crude knife, cutting into the surface.