posted on Nov, 26 2013 @ 08:30 PM
All Seeing Eye
There were over 1400 melted vehicles around the area of the twin towers. Many of them were missing engine blocks, melted tires and interiors,
door handles and missing glass in many.
Note that she's trying to prove her death beam hypothesis, but she doesn't give you photos. I've seen photos of apparently randomly burned cars,
they were the ones running when the dust came through. Even a half mile away, sucking in a metric # load of finely powdered concrete has a negative
effect on a car. Cars around them that were parked were NOT burned. Buildings with steel cores around the towers did NOT collapse. Nor did it melt
manhole covers. Why no melted manhole covers or storm sewer gratings around the buildings?
Also it was never explained why Tritium levels were 55 times more than normal at ground zero. And of course we have ALL the strange cancers from
first responders and many of them have died. They were forced to wear "air quality" badges which Dimitri says were really just radiation detectors
in disguise so they could monitor everybody's exposure and pull people out of the hot zones for a while when their badges reported higher radiation.
Easy to lie to everybody and tell them the badge is to monitor air quality. That is pure garbage if you think about it. There is not going to be
that much difference in "air quality around such a relatively small area anyway.
I might add, it is as easy to lie and say it's a radiation detector. Proof? Got one? No? How did "Dimitri" know?
And the tritium has been explained away a million times. But, nuker-truthers always like to ruminate about tritium. If a thermonuke had gone off,
you'd have a shiny crater. You wouldn't bother making a tiny thermonuke, because it would take more primary output than you could get the yield down
to. There is a minimum output level for a thermonuke. And that minimum would level the buildings in all directions.