reply to post by neformore
Now this kind of reasoning is exactly why I think most people with a fair bit of honesty, after looking at first glance at my evidence and arguments,
make that exact same assumption, and think, "move on, nothing to see here, this bloke sees far too deep into these charts, when there's just a tiny
hick-up in front of those huge spikes.
I'm really baffled and flabbergasted that all these passers-by, don't think it through to the inevitable end, and connect the dots, suddenly
realizing that the damning proof of bigger-than-main-collapse seismic pre-collapse spikes in the WTC 7 collapse graph is the main culprit in their
And that my only reason to be able to defend my position on the pre-collapse spikes in the two Twin Towers collapse graphs is exactly that comparison
to the pre-collapse event in the WTC 7 collapse graph.
Because if that HUGE pre-collapse anomaly in the WTC 7 collapse was not present, I could never defend that the Twin Tower pre-collapse spikes were
indicative of the same huge energy event taking place at both of them before the actual global collapses, since the comparison to the far bigger
global collapse spikes is of a magnitude exactly opposite as in the same comparison for the WTC 7 graph.
Simply said, all pre-collapse spikes are of equal magnitude.
While the global collapse spikes of the Twin Towers were much bigger than their pre-collapse spikes, the WTC 7 pre-collapse spikes were bigger than
its global collapse spikes. How could that ever occur, without a great amount of extra energy put into the equation?
You can't dissect my WTC 7 proof of human intervention from the two other collapses, it is only valid in the eyes of a tribunal, when presented as a
triplet evidence package.
One other snippet to chew on :
Did it ever occur to anybody, when looking at the Twin Tower collapse charts, compared to the WTC 7 collapse chart, that there seems to be an
asymptotic difference in exposed seismic energy ?
Both big towers were each about 2 times bigger than the WTC 7 building.
110 floors compared to 47 floors.
But their collapse graphs show far, far more energy than you would expect from an about 2 to 1 comparison in combined mass and height.
All that extra energy is showing off in their far too big global collapse spikes.
That extra seismic energy's most probable cause, were the demolition charges used to blow the mechanical floors up, and all the core columns apart.
Thus giving room for falling columns to impact with tremendous force on still standing lower parts of the buildings.
As I said before, I suspect the planners to have used shock-sensitive circuits to ignite the thermobarics, placed on every three or five floors.
One thermobaric charge can easily blow up several floors worth of concrete slabs, at once. Their explosive power can be directed up-and downwards like
as double-tulip formed blast, or radially, or beam-like.
Their explosive force bleeds off rapidly within distance from their ignition center.
And I don't think those charges were the usually used ones.
I think very modern, steel column shattering, thermobaric devices were used, which do not leave any notable traces afterwards since their main
contents are gases, and these were only in the possession of black-op funded agencies.
Fill in any of your favorite ones.