|Watch these raging infernos in steel-framed structures around the globe|
|Written by Carolyn Clark|
|Thursday, 19 June 2014 02:12|
Then ask yourself: "Did the laws of physics not apply on 9/11?"
This three-and-a-half-minute video — "9/11 In Perspective" — presents footage of eight buildings, ranging from nine to 62 floors, that have been either partially or fully engulfed in flames and yet remained standing despite massive internal destruction. Their major fires shown in these clips range from 1988 to 2008, and took place in U.S. cities (Philadelphia, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles) and abroad (Caracas, Madrid, Beijing, Delft).
Seeing the stubborn resilience of these high-rise steel structures makes one question the U.S. government's contention that the Twin Towers were leveled by jet crashes and kerosene-fueled fires, and that a third building, World Trade Center 7, was destroyed by fires alone on September 11, 2001. In fact, after watching this video, it's reasonable to ask oneself: "Which am I going to believe, the official conspiracy theory about 9/11 or my own eyes?"
In one instance, a Delft University of Technology building in The Netherlands sustained a minor, partial collapse due to fire. Even in this case, however, the collapse was localized and asymmetric, and it occurred at nowhere near free-fall acceleration. The narrator, Scootle Royale, points out that prior to 9/11, "the phrase 'global collapse' did not even exist," and that both before and after 9/11, "fires, earthquakes, terrorist attacks, botched demolitions, and even nuclear explosions" have left buildings intact." He concludes, "Never before or after 9/11 have we seen such catastrophic failures" as the 9/11 official conspiracy theorists would have us believe.