posted on Oct, 8 2006 @ 09:41 PM
Simple solution: Bring in guys to do work on the Towers, and use the time to insert explosives. There were "cabling upgrades" and various
power-downs before 9/11 that had guys in the core structure. Bush's brother, Marvin Bush, and his cousin had a hand in the WTC Towers' security
company after the 1993 bombing, so if a front team needed to be brought in, it would be possible, and there would be means to do it.
Another simple solution: build them in. Then only the detonators have to be serviced, and could even be serviced in a part of the building that is
secure. After we all get over the "WHAT?! THEY WOULDN'T DO THAT! THAT WOULD TAKE YEARS OF PRIOR PLANNING! SICK!" stuff, let's remember the oral
histories of the construction workers, and complaints of the evacuation of each floor for security reasons before the concrete was poured, and of the
placement of various materials under the concrete that were supposed to have been to prevent degradation or whatever, and yet required individuals to
have PA security clearance to be around.
The Port Authority bitched and moaned over the security of the construction drawings and etc. of these buildings for years, which is why the BBC said
they were supported by a single concrete column, the Kean Commission said they were hollow, and Oxford University saying it had a reinforced concrete
core. The drawings still aren't public, despite all these investigations. I've read articles from people saying they'd noticed and asked about
missing 1/8" or 1/4" places in the floor slabs (pre-9/11), just to have the PA jump down their throats.
The Internet is not something you hook up to by accident. Wouldn't happen.
Wireless technology does exist, even without antennae (gasp!). Security for these networks also exists to prevent false detonations. Could be either
binary or analog. For example, you can just require a particular signal to be read, or else the signal is ignored. Like I said, all that would have to
be serviced would be the detonators. Everything else is automatic chemical reaction, provided the explosives are already there, and personally, I
would not be surprised.
[edit on 8-10-2006 by bsbray11]