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State Department Website Debunks CT?

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posted on Feb, 7 2007 @ 02:08 AM
The State Department has put up a website to debunk the CT "myths."

What's actually stunning about this site is that the State Department does not provide any affirmative evidence to debunk CTs, but instead relies on referencing "Popular Mechancis" and "ImplosionWorld" to debunk the "myths."

Here's a sample of how the U.S. State Department "debunks" the theory of controlled demolition of WTC1 and WTC2:

* Demolition professionals always blow the bottom floors of a structure first, but the WTC tower collapses began at the upper levels, where the planes hit the buildings.

* Non-experts claim that debris seen blowing out of windows was evidence of explosive charges, but experts identify this as air and light office contents (paper, pulverized concrete, etc.) being forced out of windows as floors collapsed on each other.

* Demolition firms had very sensitive seismographs operating at other sites in Manhattan on September 11. None recorded any explosions during the tower collapses.

* Clean-up crews found none of the telltale signs of controlled demolitions that would have existed if explosive charges had been used.

* Cutting away walls, insulation, plumbing, and electrical conduits to place numerous charges on the towers’ structural columns in advance would not have gone unnoticed.

* For more information, see ImplosionWorld’s article on the WTC collapses, the National Institute of Science and Technology’s “Answers to Frequently Asked Questions,” and Popular Mechanics, parts 4 and 5.


Where do you even start with something so ludicrous?

Here's the link to the actual web page:

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