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Jim Hoffman, a professional scientist published in several peer-reviewed scientific journals, took a long look at all of this. If we are to believe the pancake theory, this amount of scattering debris, fine pulverized concrete dust, and sheetrock powder would clearly indicate massive resistance to the vertical collapse. You either have a miraculous, historical, instantaneous, catastrophic failure that occurs within a fraction of a second of freefall and that kicks out little dust, or you have a solid, hefty building that remains virtually unaffected after a massive, speeding projectile hits it.He calculated that even if the structure itself offered no resistance – that is to say, even if the 110 floors of each tower were hovering in mid-air – the "pancake" theory would still have taken a minimum of 15.5 seconds to reach the ground. You either have a house of cards or a house of bricks.They collapsed in truly astounding fashion, but the event that caused me first to question the official story about the events of 9-11 was viewing videos of the collapse of World Trade Center Building 7 (WTC7).If you've forgotten, WTC7 was a 47-story building that was not hit by an airplane or by any significant debris from either WTC1 or WTC2.
To restate this, a rock dropped from the 47th floor would have taken at least 6 seconds to hit the ground. The odd, swift collapse of WTC7 made me reconsider the Twin Towers and how they fell.Each of the 47 floors supposedly pancaked and collapsed, individually. What struck me first was the way the second plane hit WTC2, the South Tower.Yet WTC7 reached the ground in 0.5 seconds longer than freefall. I noticed that this plane, United Airlines Flight 175, which weighed over 160,000 pounds and was traveling at 350 mph, did not even visibly move the building when it slammed into it.According to the 9-11 report by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), "the specifics of the fires in WTC7 and how they caused the building to collapse remain unknown at this time." Aside from its startling nonchalance, this statement makes a rather profound assumption.Again, no building prior to 9-11, in the 100-plus year history of steel frame buildings, had ever collapsed from fire. Hence their unflinching rush up into the skyscrapers to put out the fire.