Skip to comments.9/11 questions [BBC Joins Tinfoil "Truthers"]
Posted on 02/16/2007 8:18:54 AM PST by Alouette
Lots of questions have been raised about 9/11:
Why was the hole in the Pentagon wall so small and why was there so little damage to the outer wall?
Why does it look like there is no plane at the crash site in Pennsylvania where flight United 93 came down?
Why did a building called World Trade Centre Building 7 collapse even though it was never hit by an aircraft?
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"Kyle did it"
Anyone who has ever flown on a jumbo airliner knows that it is a single solid block of stainless steel, not a hollow tube of metal panels filled with air.
And everyone knows that even if you fill a soda can with kerosene, light a fuse, and shoot it at a cinderblock at a speed of 400 miles an hour, the soda can should wind up relatively unscathed.
The kerosene explosion shouldn't tear it into shreds and the impact on the cinderblock shouldn't flatten it.
Some people insist we didn't land on the moon, and have all sort of questions that seem quite logical to someone with no understanding of the effects they're questioning.
Some people insist the Nazis weren't committing genocide, and have all sort of questions that seem quite logical to someone who is pursuing a foundation for the seething hate in their heart.
Some people, even today, insist the world is flat, and offer all sorts of scientific evidence.
All of these are assertion fueled by pre-existing agendas. So is the lunatic 9-11 Denial Movement.
I wish I'd known about this before now. Seems like they could do a little more to get out word about this website...
Except "pull it" isn't even a phrase used in structure demolition.
This is more like something drunks like to debate...enough all ready!
The Beeb done it.
From the US State Department debunking site:
"5) World Trade Center building 7 was destroyed by a controlled demolition.
* This allegation was fueled by a comment by the WTC owner that, after WTC 7 was judged to be unstable, he recommended pulling a group of firefighters out of the building, using the phrase pull it in reference to the contingent of firefighters. For more details, see 9/11 Revealed?
* Conspiracy theorists have interpreted the pull it remark as slang for demolishing the building with explosives. But demolition experts say pulling a building means attaching long cables to a weakened structure and literally pulling it down with bulldozers and other powerful machinery not using explosives.
* Seismographs recorded no telltale spikes or anomalies that would have indicated the use of explosives.
* For more information, see ImplosionWorld article, the National Institute of Science and Technologys Answers to Frequently Asked Questions, and Popular Mechanics, part 5."
In that case there are a lot of mysteries because many of these large airplane crashes almost completely obliterate the airplane.
September 5, 2001Sakher Rocky Hammad, who works for Magic Plumbing and Heating on 93rd Street in Brooklyn, is known to have done work on the sprinkler system in the World Trade Center, and when arrested he has a photo ID WTC visitors pass for this date. The identity of the tenant who hired him is not known. On 2/5/02, Hammad is one of five Arab men arrested in connection with the fiery murder of Tennessee drivers license examiner Katherine Smith several days earlier. Hammad also spent time in the Bay Ridge section of Brooklyn in 2000.
The sprinkler system had turned on and had started to do something, but it wasn't doing its job as it should, so there was water sloshing down the stairways. http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/674846/posts
Why is it that Bill and Hillary Clinton had so many close associates die or commit suicide under odd circumstances, with so many of those people's deaths benefiting only the Clintons?
How is it that the period following the Chinese donation of millions of dollars of money to the Clinton's , also follows a period where the Chinese vastly improved their missile delivery and other space-related and arms-related programs?
What is crackpot garbage? Larry silverstein? His interview? Or the expression Pull it?
This is sick stuff.
That doesn't sound like it fits in his dialogue from that interview at all.
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