posted on Jun, 24 2005 @ 01:41 PM
diehard aside, I think it does raise a great point. if you were close enough to an explosion to be burned by it, an explosion large enough to bring
down the towers, how on earth could you hear something happening 100 florrs above you a second or two later ? You're ears would be ringing, and you
would be in a total panic.
I try not to get to emptional about this, but I was in NYC that day, around MSG, and the co. I work for lost 14 people that day, and the people around
me where we are now were evacuated from wtc 1 , and they saw people cut in half from glass, peole jumping out windows, the whole deal. They were held
on the 10th floor while firemen ran UP the stairs, then allowed to leave. There were people standing outside smoking cigarettes when the planes hit,
and they saw the bodies hitting the ground around them.
These people that were standing right outside the building, I've talked to them about this, they all say they never heard anything, felt anything or
had any reason to believe there were bombs in the building. Thats good enough for me