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originally posted by: Misterlondon
To be honest I do lean to the conspiracy idea of 9/11
But the guys experiments don't prove s..t!
I lit it, and I ran.
While not perfect, it looked like I was starting to replicate the motion we observed with the Twin Towers. I tried various fuse lengths, aligning them in upper floors, trying to mimic the Towers' motion. The problem was, I was using basic fuse and fire crackers, which are very difficult to time and control. But if I had wireless remote controlled detonators, I think I could replicate the motion they saw.
originally posted by: samkent
It's almost been an entire generation since 911.
With all these new engineers with no skin in the game why can't you get any of them to say the buildings could not have fallen from planes and fire?
But the organization Architects and Engineers for 911 Truth has over 2000 signatories, most of whom are architects and engineers. IMO, that is consensus.