U.S. Government Investigation
Fact 1: Freefall
WTC 7 collapsed at freefall acceleration for its initial 2.5 seconds of drop. NIST did not acknowledge this in their report. A high school physics teacher named David Chandler corrected NIST, who did thankfully update their report with the freefall data. But shockingly, nowhere in the report did they specify the implications: for freefall to happen, there cannot be any structural part of the building beneath to push "up" because that would slow it down from freefall.
In other words, NIST claims that there was freefall acceleration AND bottom building force pushing up to resist the collapse. Basic physics tells us this is IMPOSSIBLE.
Fact 2: Straight Down
WTC 7 didn't topple over to one side; it fell straight down into the path of most resistance. This is especially odd because there was a large gash in WTC 7 from falling debris when the Twin Towers collapsed. With this damage on one side, the building should perhaps have favored it while toppling over asymmetrically. But it did not; instead it was a total, symmetrical collapse.
This is exactly what controlled demolitions are professionally designed to do.
Fact 3: Thermite
Definition: Thermite is a mixture of powdered iron oxide and elemental aluminum which, when ignited, reacts violently at 2,200°C – well above the melting point of steel or iron around 1,500°C.
Fact 4: Extreme Hot Spots
Fact 5: NIST Admitted Fraudulent Beam Drawings
NIST has admitted that the beam diagrams in its report were missing reinforcements elements that would significantly aid beams from being pushed off their column seats (called "stiffeners").
This is scientific fraud.
Fact 6: NIST's Incorrect Computer Simulations
NIST's computer animations of WTC 7 falling down do not show much of the collapse sequence; they end quite early. Also, the simulated wall contortions look nothing like the collapses observed and video recorded by several eye witnesses.
NIST refuses to release their computer models to allow public review by other scientists or engineers.
Fact 7: Sounds of Explosions
NIST sidestepped investigating explosions and explosives by using sound level threshold (130-140 dB one kilometer away) as the sole criterion for deciding whether explosives were possibly used. They established this criterion using RDX (one of the loudest explosives).
However there is ample evidence - from both witnesses and recordings - of explosions associated with the destruction of WTC 7.
What do you think?
NIST’s top engineers failed to explain – and often even to acknowledge – in their Final Report the many features of WTC 7's destruction that are normally seen only in explosive controlled demolitions. Find out more by visiting AE911Truth.org
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