posted on Nov, 8 2007 @ 07:57 AM
Some photos and videos show angle-cut steel in the rubble piles at the World Trade Center. Angle-cuts are made by explosive shape charges to the steel
beams so that a building will fall in a controlled way. And I'm talking symmetrical angle cuts in the pictures, though they are single straight-lined
and angled cuts across the beams, so that a side view of a square hollow steel beam will show a true box no matter how you look at it, leaving the
beams to appear carefully cut, not just something similar to what a beaver might do to a tree trunk, and not to mention a cutting torch guy does not
get paid for neatness in that respect. So, how often are angle-cuts made with cutting torches at clean up sites of the common building demolition
job? Angle-cuts that might look just like some angled shape charge cuts on the beams that were shape charged. Were the clean up crews at the World
Trade Center cutting the beams I saw in the pictures at neat looking angles for a reason? Or maybe because they saw some now alleged shape charge
cuts, they decided to cut other beams that way too?
Is this just another blooper? Everyone likes seeing a good blooper now and again. Entertainment consumers have tons of interest in bloopers in movies
and shows. There are whole shows devoted to bloopers in the entertainment field. But if someone points out a possible blooper on this subject, then
its gotta be proven, or else. Well, some folks may consider this the entertainment field. It all comes through the same channels. There's a new war
on, or terror footage, ratings go up.
I saw the angle-cut steel beams in the pictures. Really clean cuts too, sticking up out of the piles. Maybe ask a few of the cutting torch guys that
were there. ...Did ya'll use angle-cuts a lot with your torches at ground zero? Or just cut any old way?... Tell the truth, now fellas. Don't go
all top secret on us.
[edit on 8-11-2007 by grooveguy]