posted on Oct, 3 2011 @ 12:51 PM
Originally posted by pteridine
reply to post by ipsedixit
There is no evidence of shaped charge demolitions.
That is disputed. It is the way that buildings are brought down by the demolition industry in certain situations. Shaped charges are a ubiquitous tool
in the industry. If one believes that the buildings were demolished for the obvious reasons, elaborated in numerous threads on ATS, symmetry of
collapse, near free fall speed of collapse, uniqueness of collapse, then shaped charges automatically are assumed to have been used.
Here is a photo of one of the so-called "wheatchex" assemblies from the pile, showing the inside of the assembly, the side to which floor joists
would have been attached, with the small welded ledges, which would have supported the floor joists, blown off and showing the scorch marks (circled
in yellow) assumed to have been left by a shaped charge.
Other causes for first responder syndrome are more probable than depleted uranium.
That's a side issue and not really relevant to the discussion.
The fact that Deagle 'suspects' depleted uranium means that he has no evidence for depleted uranium.
Whoever wrote this portion of your answer obviously hasn't read the thread.
Why would conspirators use uranium in demolitions which would tend to make them more noticeable and provide additional evidence?
Deagle is clueless.
Again, I addressed this earlier in the thread. If you are a committee, please all sit at the same table and try to come to an understanding of what
has been posted before replying.