reply to post by -PLB-
I believe a nuke was detonated in or below the basemen, facing upwards.
this position of a nuke would cause it to behave as if it were underground.
upon ignition, since it propogates a shock wave it would have heavily disintegrated concrete and wall board.
then the temperature would elevate the heat in the steel and sublimate the majority of it.
the debris on the ground was from the top of the towers, not the bottom.
the blast wave at the height of floor 80 upward would have been enough force to project and prope the heavy steel siding 600 feet.
my demolition does not need to include thermite, thermate, cutting charges, launching charges, thermobaric bombs or any other superfulous
See CONTROLLED DEMOLITION holds the PATENT on NUCLEAR DEMOLITION OF BUILDINGS.
All the building demolitions videos on the net are of older CONCRETE supported structures, not STEEL.
cutting charges, and their ilk work on concrete because it is a CONTACT charge which is either in direct contact with the concete or placed in a hold
drilled through the concrete.
Plus the majority of steel in WTC was vertically oriented, and cutting charges work fine on horizontal members.
he blast wave of a nuke would explain
1 pulverization dustification of WTC towers including the steel
2 propelling heavy steel great distances
3. sublimation of steel
4. seismic readings of 2.0-3.0 just before each collapse
5. due to the nuke being in contact with the bedrock.
6. the inexplainable heat of the rubble pile. (a lot of the trade center material if it still existed, would have been in contact with literalground