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WTC 7 Smoking / Full Collapse Sequence / Dust Plume (Improved Video)

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Published on May 27, 2014

3:41 - East penthouse kinks in and falls through building. Note the light changes on the north face underneath, from sudden dark then to falling bright "bubble" (better watch in Full HD mode).

3:49 - Screenwall on the roof and the west penthouse go down with the remaining middle/west core, followed immediately by the perimeter walls.
That refutes NIST's "hollow shell after entire core was gone" claim with regard to the perimeter walls. The behaviour of the last roof structures shows no indication of a lateral progressive collapse inside the core from east to west. Quite the opposite, the center and west core fell most likely as a single unit, pulling the perimeter walls inward then downward by the floor girders and beams.


North view. High level.
Recorded likely by a remote WNBC-TV SkyCam (named as "Rem 116" in NBC Universal Archives). Mounted at GE Building (30 Rockefeller Center, NBC's HQ). Camera is rotated at some degree to the right.
Thanks to Matt for providing camera locations on 911conspiracy.tv.

Odd steady color/hue changes in the entire video. This error is not noticable in previous recording of the towers event.
Video quality has been enhanced by deinterlacing, resizing and apply of auto-levels filter (RGB based mode).


Direct download source:

Disaster and Failure Studies Repository
World Trade Center Disaster Investigation Materials

Folder: Organized Photos and Video Clips
1st Subfolder: VideoClips
2nd Subfolder: CBS-Net NIST Dub #6
Joined Clips: CBS-Net Dub6 48 & 49
Folder Link: http://wtcdata.nist.gov/gallery2/v/Co...

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