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The Website Written as a Book
Introduction
1: Science and Subjective Viewpoints
2: Toward Accurate Collapse Histories
....2.1: Progressive Floor Collapses in the WTC Towers
....2.2: General Global Characteristics of Collapses
....2.3: WTC1 Accurate Collapse History
....2.4: WTC2 Accurate Collapse History
....2.5: WTC7 Accurate Collapse History
3: WTC Collapse Misrepresentations
....3.1: Purpose of the NIST Reports
....3.2: NIST WTC1 Misrepresentations
....3.3: NIST WTC7 Misrepresentations
....3.4: NIST WTC2 Misrepresentations
....3.5: Reviewing the Purpose of NIST and FEMA Reports
....3.6: Bazant Misrepresentation of Collapse Progressions
....3.7: Block Misrepresentations of Collapse Progressions
....3.8: AE911T Misrepresentations of the Collapses
4: Scientific Institutions Can Be Unaware of Contradiction
5: Reassessing the Question of Demolition
....5.1: The Case of WTC1
....5.2: The Case of WTC2
....5.3: The Case of WTC7
6: Collapses Misrepresented as a False Choice
7: Testing the Thesis for Validity
Conclusions

WTC Twin Towers Collapse Dynamics

Official, Legal Attempts to Explain Collapses

Academic Attempts to Explain Collapses Reviewed

On the Limits of Science and Technology

WTC Video Record

WTC Photographic Record
WTC1 Attack to Collapse
WTC2 Attack to Collapse
WTC 7
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-----PHOTO RECORD OF FIRE PROGRESSION-----
Fire Progression, WTC1 North Face
Fire Progression, WTC1 South Face
Fire Progression, WTC1 East Face
Fire Progression, WTC1 West Face
Fire Progression, WTC2 North Face
Fire Progression, WTC2 South Face
Fire Progression, WTC2 East Face
Fire Progression, WTC2 West Face
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----DEBRIS LAYOUT AND CONDITION, BY REGION-----
Debris: WTC1 Around Footprint
Debris: WTC2 Around Footprint
Debris: From WTC1 Westward
Debris: From WTC1 Northward
Debris: From WTC2 Eastward
Debris: From WTC2 Southward
Debris: Plaza Area, Northeast Complex
Debris: Hilton Hotel, Southwest Complex
Debris: General, Unidentified Locations
Damage to Surrounding Buildings
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Perimeter Columns: Types of Damage
Core Box Columns: Types of Damage
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WTC1 antenna: Large piece falls southward

WTC1 antenna: Large piece falls southward



Different images of the falling antenna piece:
http://i31.tinypic.com/124vxuc.png

http://femr2.ucoz.com/_ph/6/2/835276592.jpg
From video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0tMYLrdvymE

http://femr2.ucoz.com/_ph/6/2/648523238.jpg
http://femr2.ucoz.com/_ph/6/2/648523238.jpg
from video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oqUAAjEWJ-4

http://femr2.ucoz.com/photo/3-0-93-3

zoomed
http://femr2.ucoz.com/_ph/6/506731795.png

http://femr2.ucoz.com/_ph/6/342887920.png

focus processed
http://femr2.ucoz.com/_ph/6/956160986.jpg


Frame 000 - when the mast first becomes visible


Frame 040 - when the mast is horizontal

There's a lot of camera motion, including zoom out, but little roll, so the projection of the mast angle onto the image plane is pretty stable. The tracings alone give a good picture:





original antenna
http://femr2.ucoz.com/_ph/6/2/690967296.jpg

http://femr2.ucoz.com/_ph/6/152136371.png

http://femr2.ucoz.com/_ph/6/997659699.png

It was probably broken here:
http://i32.tinypic.com/2jeoj7s.png

Comparison to verify
http://femr2.ucoz.com/_ph/6/23012740.png

In a very nice gif form


Created on 10/15/2010 08:16 PM by admin
Updated on 01/22/2011 12:41 AM by admin
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