posted on May, 9 2010 @ 01:17 PM
Originally posted by _BoneZ_
Not every steel beam is pre-weakened, nor do they have to be. It would do you good to watch the part in "9/11 Mysteries" where cd experts show
exactly how it's done. It would also do you some good to watch The History Channel and see how CDI does things. CDI has their own Youtube channel
with a few videos showing a couple segments from their show on The History Channel.
Are your genuinely saying that not every floor needed to have controlled demolitions planted on it for the structure to collapse? If so then you just
lost the argument.
If the falling wreckage from the cascading structural failure had sufficient force to defeat the structural integrity of any given floor that it
impacted, on its own without the assistance of controlled demolitions, then the cascading structural failure necessarily had the force to defeat the
structural integrity of EVERY floor since every floor was designed exactly the same. All that was necessary for the towers to fall was therefore the
initial collapse at the point of impact from the planes, which is exactly what the NIST report, the FEMA report, the MIT report, etc all say. What
you're interpreting as controlled demolitions is really a cascading structural failure that destroyed the towers in the exact same chain reaction of
events that controlled demolitions takes advantage of.
Now in the next image, look at the ends of the two core columns at center-left and notice the smoke coming from the ends of those steel columns
The former was emitting black smoke, like it was created by somethign being burned. The latter was emitting white smoke, the exact same color as all
the dust created by the crushed concrete, drywall, etc in every direction around it. Therefore, it's unlikely the latter was actually smoke, and
more likely that it was simply more dust.
You are repeatedly streching things here to absurd lengths to see what you yourself want to see, but as you are a declared conspiracy theorist, this
observation is redundent.
[edit on 9-5-2010 by GoodOlDave]