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Starting with the below picture, I do not see anything that would make me think that building had been a victim of an explosion. The shattered windows make no more of a point than the lower windows of the towers'.
The building was already a black color, to say its burnt or charred I can't see any evidence of in that picture. And any exterior burn marks could be easily attributed to falling debris, considering its proximity to the North Tower.
In the following photos you can see a plethora of debris. Like another poster pointed out, those beams are massive and any one could punch through a few floors on its own. I'm not familiar with 6 or its structural make-up so its anyones guess why the crater formed the way it did without that knowledge.
This photo I cropped from a high res photo of the site, the whole photo was too larger for me to upload. Note the amount of debris
This building here was severely damaged by what seems like just this one section of debris. If that one piece could cause this amount of damage its safe to say the amount visible in the above photos could do the same to 6.
And this photo I'm not sure of a time frame, but judging from the debris I think its after the South Tower was hit and surely after the North. I see no damage to building 6.
Before I start I feel I must confess that I am a neutral sort of guy regarding the whole aspects of 9/11, I was puzzled somewhat and intrigued at how a guy like you, that spends a lot of time doing research, and posts some very intricate and time consuming replies, threads, etcetera, could make these very simple mistakes, so I had a good trawl around some of your threads and noticed a similar pattern.
Sorry if I am about to spill the beans, but it seems fairly obvious to me that you lure in the opposition with some easy to prove otherwise bait, then bam!!, hit them with a haymaker, which in turn does wonders for some of your threads, as I have noticed that the $64,000 dollar question you keep in reserve, remains in most cases, unanswered, which of course reaps greater returns than constructing threads based purely on those questions, guys are not going to rush forward and reply to something they have no answers for.
I could have course got this horribly wrong, but it does not add up correctly that someone whom puts as much time into all this could make these very common simple mistakes.
Just my $2.
Initial news reports Sunday indicated that a collision with a bird may have caused the damage to the radome, which covers the radar antenna in the nose of the aircraft. It is made of composite material to allow radar signals to pass through.