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Willbe76
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Explosive 9/11 Claims by Richard Gage | PBD Podcast | Ep. 183

Awesome interview. These people need to be hung.

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umrebel2009
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It's 2 hours long what's the cliffs


michael corleone
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He lost me in the first 60 seconds when he admitted he had NO experience with high rises. The weight pushing down from 80 plus floors plus the metal fatigue caused by heat is the answer.


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He lost me in the first 60 seconds when he admitted he had NO experience with high rises. The weight pushing down from 80 plus floors plus the metal fatigue caused by heat is the answer.



Yeah, I'm not buying this. Sounds like a long-winded Rosie O'Donnell theory.


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BamaScoop
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I’m not really a conspiracy theorist on the 9/11 attack but I do think any person of average intelligence would question the possibility of this two building falling perfectly on themselves like an implosion. I just find that to basically be impossible.


Willbe76
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He lost me in the first 60 seconds when he admitted he had NO experience with high rises. The weight pushing down from 80 plus floors plus the metal fatigue caused by heat is the answer.


Its easier to keep your head in the sand.


baybeefeetz
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It’s believable to me to the extent it’s realistic two sides and/or middle would give way at the same time. Fire on a whole floor seems like it would do that.

But think about this. If it was detonated and they were using terrorism as a cover AND ITS SO OBVIOUS, wouldn’t the planners have avoided the appearance of perfect implosion?



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I do think any person of average intelligence would question the possibility of this two building falling perfectly on themselves like an implosion. I just find that to basically be impossible.



Why don't you think that's possible?


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the_truman_shitshow
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He lost me in the first 60 seconds


Says the guy who has the attention span of half a TikTok video.


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Gaspergou202
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Take an iron bar, sit it in the middle of the charcoal in your barbecue pit, wait a few minutes. You can bend it with your hands like super man.

I find that much more reasonable than training a bunch of morons to crash two planes just above a shite ton of preplanted explosives. I just cannot under how anyone can believe that explosives were smuggled in, set up, survived burning jet fuel, were remotely detonated, and no real evidence exists.


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I’m not really a conspiracy theorist on the 9/11 attack but I do think any person of average intelligence would question the possibility of this two building falling perfectly on themselves like an implosion. I just find that to basically be 

We can question it, but there is no precedent to compare to when talking about two huge planes full of jet fuel slamming into buildings that large.


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Jimbeaux
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I am the opposite of an expert on construction/demolition or the effects of fuel fire, etc. However, the explanation that those twin sky rise buildings had an unusual design which designers knew made them susceptible to catastrophic collapse lends some credence to the legitimacy of the official narrative.

My bigger doubts stem from the implosion of the smaller WTC7 which did not seem to have the same type of construction nor the same type of building-wide fire.


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But think about this. If it was detonated and they were using terrorism as a cover AND ITS SO OBVIOUS, wouldn’t the planners have avoided the appearance of perfect implosion?


No, they would not. They relied on the majority of Americans to be gullible, as they always do. They know that the majority of Americans are nothing but gullible minions, especially when it comes to believing that the Govt itself could do something that horrific ! For the few that questioned it, the plan was simple.....just humiliate/shame/label them as "Conspiracy Theorists"......that's almost as bad as being labeled a "racist".

The Govt knows how to play the game......they wrote the book !
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Two planes brought three high rise buildings down in a manner that looks like a controlled demolition. If you question this you're a conspiracy theorist.


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Two planes brought three high rise buildings down in a manner that looks like a controlled demolition. If you question this you're a conspiracy theorist.


I mean, yeah, that's kind of what that means.
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GWM
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If you question this you're a conspiracy theorist.


Well, color me a Conspiracy Theorist then ! I 100% believe the entire event was Dubya/Cheney planned, and executed !

As always, follow the $$$, or who gains power !


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I just find that to basically be impossible.
Holy crap


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1loyalbamafan
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the possibility of this two building falling perfectly on themselves like an implosion


You forgot a building.


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I just find that to basically be impossible.

Let me guess, you don’t know anything at all about the subject matter but you stayed at a Holiday Inn Express last night.


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jp4lsu
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As one of the vertical beams begin to strain due to the heat weakening it, the load begins to redistribute to the other vertical beams, which they too are weakened already from the heat as well. The loads from the beam that begins to buckle go to the other remaining beams instantly.

If you had demolition charges big enough to blow those beams, you would've seen an explosion out the sided of the building all the way around.

I can't remember who used the analogy on this topic previously but it was a great example.
You stand on an aluminum coke can, it can hold you up. But if you thump the side of it, it collapses on top of itself. You created change in the straight wall causing a dent. At that point it can't hold the weight because a dented piece of metal can't hold compression loads as well as a straight piece.
As soon as you create the dent in the wall of the can, the can collapses on top of itself under the weight.

The dented area can't support the compression load, the load instantly transfers to the remaining wall area. The remaining area can't support this additional load it collapses, and it all comes down on itself.

Load is like water...it finds the easiest to go to, and for load it finds the easiest or stiffest path to go to. Once a path is weakened and it can't hold all the load, the excess load finds another path. As the one path yields the load the excess has to find another way. It does this instantly. I'm an airframe stress analyst if you're curious.


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