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The Controlled Demolitions of the Twin Towers Theory

As seen in this revealing photo the Twin Towers' destruction exhibited all the characteristics of destruction by explosions (and some non-standard characteristics):
1. Extremely rapid onset of “collapse”

2. Sounds of explosions and flashes of light witnessed near the beginning of the "collapse" by over 100 first responders

3. "Squibs", or focused explosions, 40 floors below the “collapsing” building seen in all the videos

4. Mid-air pulverization of 90,000 tons of concrete and steel decking, filing cabinets & 1000 people – mostly to dust

5. Massive volume of expanding pyroclastic dust clouds

6. Vertical progression of full building perimeter demolition waves

7. Symmetrical collapse – through the path of greatest resistance – at nearly free-fall speed — the columns gave no resistance

8. 1,400 foot diameter field of equally distributed debrisoutside of building footprint

9. Blast waves blew out windows in buildings 400 feet away

10. Lateral ejection of thousands of individual 4 - 20 ton steel beams up to 500 feet

11. Total destruction of the building down to individual structural steel elements – obliterating the steel core structure

12. Tons of molten metal found by FDNY and numerous other experts under all 3 high-rises

13. Chemical signature of Thermate (high tech incendiary) found in slag, solidified molten metal, and dust samples by Physics professor Steven Jones, PhD.

14. FEMA finds rapid oxidation and intergranular melting on structural steel samples

15. More than 1000 Bodies are unaccounted for — 700 tiny bone fragments found on top of nearby buildings

And exhibited none of the characteristics of destruction by fire, i.e.

1. Slow onset with large visible deformations

2. Asymmetrical collapse which follows the path of least resistance (laws of conservation of momentum would cause a falling, to the side most damaged by the fires)

3. Evidence of fire temperatures capable of softening steel

4. High-rise buildings with much larger, hotter, and longer lasting fires have never “collapsed”.