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9/11 North Tower collapse. Shaking 12 seconds before collapse. Pulverization of steel spear.

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Published on Apr 21, 2011

Very HQ video from recently released NIST Cumulus Video Database. Excerpt from file 'WNBC Dub10 54'. This video clearly shows a strong earthquake (well over 5.5 on the Richter Scale - telling us than not less than 100 kiloton underground nuclear explosion must have been responsible). The earthquake took place exactly 12 seconds before the top of the North Tower started to move down. This coincides with the North Tower's shaking on the famous Etienne Sauret video - the distant view of the North Tower's top before its collapse. Besides showing the clear details of the North Tower's complete pulverization during the collapse, this video clearly shows details of the pulverization of the remaining steel spear visible to the right that was missed by the Tower's top falling downwards and was pulverized under its own pressure a few seconds later. This footage leaves no doubt that the steel structure of the Tower was reduced to complete microscopic dust. The pattern of the collapse of the heavy and undamaged Tower's top clearly shows that nothing solid remained under it, but only complete, fluffy steel dust. This is a clear proof of the WTC nuclear demolition. Because except the pressure wave of an underground nuclear explosion (hence 'ground zero' name) nothing could pulverize structural steel. But additionally, this rare video shows the actual earthquake caused by the nuclear explosion underneath it -- the one that took place 12 seconds before the top started to move downwards. Watch Dimitri Khalezov's video presentation "nuclear demolition of the World Trade Center" or shortly "9/11thology" - the only video prohibited on YouTube. 26 parts. It could be found here: www.911-truth.net

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