posted on Dec, 5 2013 @ 03:42 PM
Here's the proof, no thermite needed (unless it was used to cut some larger beams down in the basement area). Fascinatingly, Steven Jones who is a
nuclear physicist and was involved with 'debunking' cold fusion for the government, refuses to discuss this evidence, and Richard Gage blanches when
the topic is brought up and also refuses to consider what, on the surface alone, is certainly a viable alternative for demolishing large buildings
when thermite doesn't have nearly the explosive power to do the job:
I agree that Congresscritters don't necessarily know a bloomin' thing about 9-11, but it would be real nifty if they actually showed some interest
in the biggest crime since Pearl Harbor. I imagine they're far more interested in the bennies of the job. Subsidized food, travel, health care, and
a pension for life, whoohoo!
You want some fun, ask Lucky Larry Silverstein who exactly was the 'errr, fire commander' who apparently had him on speed dial the day of the
largest loss of firefighters in history, a man so concerned with what the building owner thought after two massive towers were sitting in smoking
ruins on the ground, what, pray tell, did he want done with the third building? 'Should we put our ragtag team of reminding alive, incredibly
traumatized firefighters in there to try to put out the fires and 'save' the building (which obviously would need demolition later considering its
damage and location), or should we let the fires rage until the building comes down of its own accord, countdown included? Larry, you there...?'
No 'errrr fire commander' has ever come forward as the person who called Larry Silverstein. There's not that many to chose from, because so many
died that day.
And if Larry lied about that, he lied about a lot of other details also, considering the billions that were at stake.
When asbestos suits are handed out in hell, I don't think there will be one with Larry's name on it.