Wednesday, 11 November 2009

Thinking Clearly about The 911 Forensic Evidence - when you have Eliminated the Impossible, whatever Remains Must be the Truth.


People who are unfamiliar with the scientific evidence, that proves the World Trade Centre buildings were destroyed using explosives on 911, commonly make the mistake of ASSUMING that it would be "impossible" to rig these structures for demolition.

This is not true: it would be difficult, but NOT impossible.

However, it is IMPOSSIBLE to find Molten Steel, Thermite traces, plus actual fragments of high tech explosives in the rubble pile, and to have the freefall collapses of these buildings, WITHOUT the presence of chemical incendiaries/explosives of the sort commonly used by the military and demolition companies.

The bottom line is that the forensic evidence proving the inside job is unimpeachable.

Moreover, we also know that the building security was compromised before the attacks, and that workmen had access to the core of the Twin Towers during the months leading up to the attacks- whilst an "elevator modernisation" program was undertaken. There was plenty of time to thoroughly rig the buildings.

We have both the physical proof of foul play AND a clear opportunity in which to prepare the buildings for destruction.

There is no mistake, 911 WAS an Inside Job. To conclude otherwise is not logical.

By Spookypunkos

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, November 11th, 2009.]


John-Michael P. Talboo said...

I was at a pub the other day and actually had a conversation with a guy who has worked in explosive demolition. He agreed that it was ludicrous to assume that controlled demolitions on 9/11 would be executed in a coventional manner.

His friend later joined us and he immediately asked him if he was familiar with thermate; stating that he was well versed in such topics. I didn't catch what field his friend worked in, but he stated that he was familiar with it, and that he had studied the 9/11 subject too. To him however the video evidence alone proved the case.

SpookyPunkos said...

brilliant ...