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911 Rare View Building 7 Prior to Collapse

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Uploaded on Aug 15, 2011

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See 2:54 for one of the closest, clearest views of WTC7 before it's collapse.
Note the floors with lines of windows broken out, the falling debris from the towers struck this building on the opposite side as shown in this video. Ask yourself how that debris from the towers, which struck WTC7 on the opposite side of where this video is shot, several stories below the damage depicted at 2:54, could possibly cause windows on the opposite side of the building, several stories above, the blow out? And not the windows on the same floors as the debris struck? How did the DUST CLOUD from the twin tower's collapse incinerate all these vehicles which were blocked from falling debris by WTC7, a 47 story building?

The answer is thermate and nano-thermate, which has been found and confirmed using XEDS spectroscopy in ALL wtc dust samples. Be they government, independent. All samples contain nano-thermate.

And for the debunkers, no, this is not paint, XEDS spectroscopy comparisons of WTC paint taken from memorials, compared to the red/grey chips found in the dust samples, shows two completely different composites, and the WTC paint contains ZERO particles on the nano-scale in size.

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