posted on Jan, 29 2006 @ 05:53 PM
Originally posted by Lyte Trizzle
with unlimited access to the towers (not being hindered by marvin bush being on the board of directors of the company that controlled security at the
wtc, securacom), unlimited time, and unlimited resources including covert military technology...........it's not a far stretch to imagine it as
contractors were perpetually working in the towers doing something or other.
there is no reason to believe that they couldn't have had "contractors" wire the place with high tech explosives late at night over a period of
weeks or months.
since of course the only hypothesis about how the the towers fell that actually works is
professor jones' it doesn't make sense to work backwards and speculate "how" they
wired the building.
because obviously you must realize zer69; the only answers you can get to your question would have to be speculation.
How they possibly could have gotten away with wiring a project as large as the twin towers is very important and raises many questions that seem to
cause this theory to not pass the smell test.
Though I am not
an explosives expert I am an expert on office building operations and construction having been involved with office buildings
for better than 24 years.
Simply put there are too darn many people involved for this theory to float no matter that it is technically feasible, its still not even a remotely
plausible path for the conspirators to take because if they're as smart as some give them credit to be - then they would have quickly disregarded the
implosion method as an operation with to many chances of leakage resulting in the exposure of the operation.
It is far simpler and involves fewer people to control the takeover of aircraft or influence the takeover and target set of known terrorists to impact
the towers resulting in the collapse.
I'm not going to delve into the mechanism of collapse because that has been well argued in another rather lengthy thread.
For the implosion theory we have to have the entire building staff either fooled into believing work is for something plausible (building engineers
are a suspicious lot whom are always looking for things out of the ordinary) or the staff needs to be in on the deed (not likely as many were killed
in the collapse) for this to have a chance of carrying forward.
Bending the imagination somewhat and believing that the staff thought ongoing work was for another legitimate purpose then we have to assume that at
least dozens if not many more of "contractor" personel would not utter a peep to their spouses, family, friends or anyone else for over five years -
again if you were the planner of this event is that what you would logically do?
Or would you not come up something far more elegant but simple involving the lowest number of conspirators possible?
[edit on 29-1-2006 by Phoenix]