Building 7: Truth & Lies of 9/11. Architect Richard Gage Speaks of Freefall Speed Explosions





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Uploaded on Jun 6, 2009

WTC 7 collapsed rapidly and symmetrically, even though fires were randomly scattered in the building. WTC 7 fell about seven hours after the Towers collapsed, even though no major persistent fires were visible.

There were twenty-four huge steel support columns inside WTC 7 as well as huge trusses, arranged asymmetrically, along with approximately 57 perimeter columns. A symmetrical collapse, as observed, evidently requires the simultaneous pulling of most or all of the support columns.

The Second Law of Thermodynamics implies that the likelihood of complete and symmetrical collapse due to random fires as in the official theory is small, since asymmetrical failure is so much more likely. On the other hand, a major goal of controlled demolition using explosives is the complete and symmetrical collapse of buildings.

Concluding remarks in the FEMA report on the WTC 7 collapse lend support to my arguments:

The specifics of the fires in WTC 7 and how they caused the building to collapse [official theory] remain unknown at this time. Although the total diesel fuel on the premises contained massive potential energy, the best hypothesis [fire/damage-caused collapse] has only a low probability of occurrence. Further research, investigation, and analyses are needed to resolve this issue.

- Steven Jones
"Why Indeed Did the WTC Buildings Collapse?"
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Brigham Young University


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