Monday, December 11, 2006

90 Million Americans Believe Government Behind 9/11

"CBS News: According to a July poll conducted by Scripps News Service, one-third of Americans think the government either carried out the 9/11 attacks or intentionally allowed them to happen in order to provide a pretext for war in the Middle East. This is at once alarming and unsurprising. Alarming, because..."

@omatsei you mentioned that in a confined space the fire got hotter. huh? Fire would have been snuffed out with little air, especially in a confined space. If there was enough explosive material, like jet fuel or whatever, there would have been an explosion which would have then simply died out also. Nothing could have created those pools of melted steel other than temperates exceeding 2000+ degrees for a sustained period of time.

In case you didn't know, NIST already disproved the pancake theory on their website. They said that the building did collapse, but were unable to provide a further explanation other than structural failure. The pancake theory itself was not possible, and is certainly not shown in the wreckage. With a pancake of the floors, there would have been 100 some floors all stacked up on each other and the 40 steel core columns would have been standing straight up in the air. As it was after the crash of the building, the 40 steel columns all collapsed into a messy pile below with fairly uniform lengths to haul them away. All the floors on the other hand, including all the debris, was pulverized into small little pieces and the concrete was all dust.

No other explanation for the concrete dust would be explained other than explosive compression and the cutting of the central columns. I personally have done a lot of research on this and kept an open mind. I don't believe in all the theories put forward, but I do believe the towers came down with assistance. The planes just did not have enough explosive power throughout the building. I am not the only person doing research, there are scientists saying the same things. Just do a little Google searching and you will find the research.

Just because we may feel it unbelievable the towers could have been assisted in falling down, does not make it false. I don't want to believe the government is capable, but who knows maybe it wasn't the government. Maybe Silverstein and his bunch of goons took out the towers, and the government capitalized on it. Think about it. The Twin towers needed all the asbestos removed, it would have cost Silverstein way more money to retrofit the towers than he paid on his insurance. He then made additional money in the tune of billions when they came down. It seems like all eyes should be pointing over there.

Of course if you think Silverstein did it, then you have to wonder who made Norad stand down. Silverstein knew lots of people, so it could have been a conspiracy between industry and a few radical groups in the government.

I am not willing to let this go, because there is an explanation beyond 19 hijackers being told what to do from an old guy on dialysis sitting somewhere in a cave in Afghanistan. That to me is the bigger lie. I hope everyone can agree there are questions, and we want answers to those questions. How we get there should not be important. How we ask the questions, and that we get answers IS important.

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