reply to post by soulwaxer
Are those low res images supposed to prove that there were no "explosive demolition components" in the rubble??? Is that your line of thinking?
Why don't you point out to me in those images the following items:
1. A desk (or a part of a desk)
2. A computer (or a component of it)
3. A telephone (maybe a cellphone?)
4. An electrical outlet, a light switch, phone cables, server cables, lighting cables, ...
5. A human being.......
6. Do you get where I'm getting at?
Amazing what denial can do to a person's thinking. It's people like you that I wrote this thread for. Respectfully.
And just as respectfully, The photos of firemen in the rubble are there to show just how many professional people were actively searching for all
kinds of things. From their missing comrades to any evidence that may help determine the as yet undetermined
causes of all that devastation.
Its easy looking back with 20/20 eyes.
Lotsa of stuff was found there in the rubble and a lot more was found later at freshkills landfill where the majority of debris sifting occurred.
Watches, wallets, cell phones, shoes, etc, were recovered in large numbers. Which in itself was surprising because of the dynamic "girder bladed,
cement block and glass filled blender on high" effect of the collapse.
The complicity of the government in the events of that day is something I have never contended on ATS. The complicity of the hundreds of fireman
trained to identify blasting components but keeping it secret is something else again. Like I said, these guys lost friends there and surely would
have come forward if they had found anything suspicious. To date not one of them has. Read the PDF if you will in my last post. It will help you to
see what "experts in the field" say about it. That and a lot of other questions that still seem to remain.
I don't think I am going to do a bunch of search homework for you to bring items on your list. All of them were in fact found in quantity. If I did,
I get this feeling the response would be, "So what. Heres another list. Go find that..."
But... just for you, I googled "cell phones found in 911 rubble" and presto...