posted on Feb, 26 2007 @ 06:44 PM
Originally posted by r4758
Why is the time relevant?
The video shows a BBC reporter discussing the collapse of building 7, yet building 7 is clearly seen behind her, still standing.
Because although we *see* the building behind her, to disprove that it is simply "old" footage, the *actual* time of the transmission is
See my post further up, but the reporter in the studio makes reference to
...8 hours or so since the attacks...
As I wrote above, 9AM hijacking + 8hours = 5PM local. The building "fell" around 5:30PM. The BBC broadcast occured at around 4:57, with a time sync
(the BBC logo and music) occurring on the hour (5PM local).
The point is: they were reporting it before it happened.
With the cause of the collapse "officially" being that it was structural damage and failure due to fire, you can't predict WHEN, or indeed IF the
building will collapse. Why then, are they reporting it before the fact?
Another point: look at the shadows. This will give you a good idea as to when it (the video behind her) was taken.
[edit on 26-2-2007 by mirageofdeceit]