9/11 - The Undeniable Truth
Setting aside the divisive controversy over what exactly hit the Pentagon that day, there is one unmistakable truth about 9/11 that no one - not even the government - can deny.
The total disintegration of every piece of concrete in the twin towers means that the official version of how they came down can only be described as either a Miracle or a Lie.
Even the portion of the Pentagon, which was allegedly hit by a plane similar to those that hit the towers, did not distintegrate but instead collapsed with its concrete walls and floors largely intact. (I say allegedly because, not having seen all the evidence, reasonable people can differ.)
However, no one can deny that only a miracle could bring down the towers as it did - completely pulverized, solely as a result of structural failures.
If, on the other hand, you have a mind of your own and have the good sense to question the nature of miraculous events - especially those that conveniently serve special interests - then after watching the videos below, and this one on pyroclastic flows, you can only conclude - it's a LIE.
Structural Failure vs. Controlled Demolition
"Watch both buildings collapsing straight down, directly into the path of most resistance - which is all the floors and all the mass of the building itself."* * *
"In order for the floor to fall down, thousands of [metal] joints would have to break simultaneously. And then if you look at the speed with which this came down - less than 10 seconds - you blink your eye and thousands of joints have popped, somehow. The only way you can explain that is with explosives."--Eric Hufschmid, Metal Cutting Expert
"You have two hundred and ten story office buildings. You don't find a desk. You don't find a chair. You don't find a telephone, a computer. The biggest piece of a telephone I found was about half of a keypad and it was about this big [the size of a post-it]."--Joe Casaliggi, Engine 7
"This was the South Tower. This was 104, 106 stories, all of it - this is what is left. Up there was the North Tower. And you look and you see - there's no concrete. There's very little concrete. All you see is aluminum and steel.Seeing is believing - it's a lie. Pass it on.--George Pataki, Governor of New York