posted on Jun, 16 2013 @ 12:32 PM
The bodies ,more than likely ,vaporized on impact of the weight of each floor dominoeing ,one on top of the other. No one was intact . We found
HUNDREDS of body parts . Some the size of a finger ,some almost whole . People closer to the ground ,remained more intact . That being said ,this may
have been orchestrated ,it may be a false flag. That is unimportant to me .
Pieces of people being found is different from 'vaporized'. Vaporized requires a whole 'nuther source of energy besides gravity. What is being
discussed here is the people whose pieces were not found, not at all.
I can understand that many individuals were simply lost in the planes, the area of the plane crashes and the vicinity of the fires; but the later
basement heat was another issue. The vast majority of people that low in the buildings would have gotten out in time so the idea that the missing
bodies 'cooked' in the fire doesn't work. There would have been a large number of dead from the uppermost floors and they would/should have been
on the top of the pile, upper floors if this was a gravity-fed, floor crushes floor collapse. You don't need much of a piece of someone to get a DNA
ID on them; what the missing bodies question refers to, is people that not even a tiny piece was recovered. One individual *was* identified in 200
different pieces, however. I don't know who that was or what happened to him, but even a plane crash or fire seems to negate 200 separate body
Also, the firefighters lost in the building should have been identifiable even though crushed; they had uniforms and gear on including IDs; I can't
imagine even in the heaviest debris field not finding more or less intact fire uniforms; were the dead fire personnel identified by recovered pieces
and therefore not part of this 'missing' number, or were fully suited-up personnel among the 'vaporized' bodies? I'm not sure myself, I've
never seen the issue addressed of where the missing people could have expected to be at the time of collapse, whether ascending the staircases or
above the impact zone.
You also state that you don't care if this is a false flag or not. Given that you lost friends to this and saw the carnage up close, how can you say
you don't care? That your own government could have been complicit, when you acknowledge that that same government killed with impunity half a world
Is 'not caring' the norm now? For EMT personnel?