posted on May, 2 2018 @ 01:19 PM
The building was demolished by charges that are placed in each and every building from the time of construction!
I am not sure what is Brazil or whoever put that fire trying to prove here ! Is this an attempt to prove that the twin towers collapsed due to fuel
fire in on 9/11 ? Very poor attempt, which in reality revealed the pre-installed demolition explosive charges, in every western high-rise building
since the 70s.
Before construction of a high rise building starts in western countries, the project leaders and local administration provide a plan for their
demolition and places in which to put the explosive charges. During construction of the building all demolition charges are put in place, and are
connected to a central electronic control and timing system similar to the one installed in plutonium powered implosion A-bombs, to coordinate the
conventional explosives and thereby achieve criticality.
Such demolition charges are packed in extremely durable ways, in which explosives are preserved even better than explosives in landmines. Also their
electrical power connection for the detonator, is built as if it were integral part of the building itself rather then regular wiring for electric
appliances and other services.
These connectors bend easily with the oscillation of the building and follow their movement seamlessly, are resilient to bend and torsion and stay
reliable for 100 years at least.
Why are demolition companies, that use explosives something so rare ? Why aren't there many more of such companies ? The media touted reason for this
, is that the explosive demolition is something technically too complicated for regular demolition companies.
The reality is that there are very few such companies, because they all need to be strictly controlled, as they know exactly how this emergency
demolition works, in the minimum detail.
Not only they own the technique, but they actually own the specific mechanism in each of these high-rise buildings.
edit on 2-5-2018 by
Flanker86 because: typo