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RichardNIxon2point0 -1 points ago +1 / -2

The buildings start their collapse at the EXACT spots that the planes hit. How do you explain that with basement nukes?

The whole top collapsed above the impact area before anything below the impact area even moves.

There was plenty fucked up on 9-11, but no one can ever explain me that fact other than some magical technology, or they rigged the entire building and only set off those bombs (incredibly stupid to think any wiring for bombs or even radio tranceivers would work after sitting in fires for hours.).

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SuicideTruthbomber 1 point ago +1 / -0

I think the fire crews that went in did so to manually set the demolitions in motion. It was a secret safety protocol to prevent a domino effect in Manhattan.

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RichardNIxon2point0 0 points ago +1 / -1

But the demolitions would have had to be at the point of impact. There is no one on the planet that will convince me that whatever setup was there survived the planes and hours of fires.

Do you know the melting point of small wires and circuitry that's required for explosives?

No one would be able to go in and wire it for demolition at that point.

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SuicideTruthbomber 1 point ago +1 / -0

You are assuming a few things.

I do not agree that the point of impact from the airplanes is necessarily a factor in the takedown. In fact, I think it is unlikely.

I do not believe that explosives were necessarily used, although I do think it is probable.

I do not believe a controlled demolition requires fragile components.

I do not believe that the takedown needed to occur in an exact spot that was ravaged by fire.

It is unclear to me how much time it would take to execute an emergency demolition if the protocol were pre-planned and practiced.

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RichardNIxon2point0 0 points ago +1 / -1

But the buildings started collapsing right at the impact. Check here at 5:55. You can clearly see the top collapsing and the building beneath the impact not moving one bit until the top collides with it.

https://youtu.be/UVhhu5OjMf8?t=352

I just don't see any way to predict or pull this off without some magic.

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DZP1 1 point ago +1 / -0

Start of damage does not preclude or eliminate other co-existing causes of damage.

<incredibly stupid to think any wiring for bombs or even radio tranceivers would work after sitting in fires for hours>

Timers can and are made to be rugged. Further, local explosions of thermite within the infrastructure could easily have been timed to go off, or have been centrally wired to a detonator box preceding collapse.

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SuicideTruthbomber 1 point ago +1 / -0

I think that someone had to go in and manually do something to make it happen.

Oh, I should also explain that one theory of mine is that buildings libel to cause epic catastrophes if they collapse sideways can be outfitted with the means by which to demolish them even as early as their initial construction. However, allowing this to be done by remote control is a risk they would never take, so it takes a crew to go in and enable the emergency takedown.

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RichardNIxon2point0 0 points ago +1 / -1

Not even close. Look here at 3 minutes. You can see the top collapsing above the impact while everything below is 100% stationary. Tehre are also close up shots that make this even more apparent.

https://youtu.be/ft2uIYucsXo?t=183