posted on Dec, 19 2007 @ 06:30 PM
Wasn't the wind blowing predominantly South that day? That would mean the air flowing down towards the WTC would have WTC7 in front of it, and the
air would be flowing around the sides of WTC7 towards the rubble piles to the South in a kind of "shear" motion against the smoke/dust/smoldering
that was still coming from the rubble piles of the towers and wafting up into the air from behind WTC7. Does that make sense?
Here is a good photo to illustrate the idea:
Look which way all the smoke/dust is moving.
The wind is coming south, hitting WTC7 first, and then moving around behind it and interfering with the smoke/etc. rising up from where WTC1 and 2
used to stand. There were also major fires in WTC5 and 6 still going on behind WTC7, and we have plenty of photos of these fires, but NOT the
supposed fires in WTC7.