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Why Fact-check? Why preserve a visual record?

The Website Written as a Book
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: Mathematical Basis of ROOSD Propagation
....2.4: WTC1 Accurate Collapse History
....2.5: WTC2 Accurate Collapse History
....2.6: 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: WTC Collapse Records Studied as Meme Replication
....6.1: Meme Replication in Technical Literature
....6.2: Meme Replication in Mass Media
....6.3: Meme Replication in Popular Culture
....6.4: John Q Public and the WTC Collapse Records

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
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
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
Perimeter Column Photo Record
Perimeter Columns: Types of Damage
Core Box Columns: Types of Damage
Complete Photo Archive
Other Major 9-11 Photo Archives
The 911Dataset Project

WTC Structural Information

Log In


Remember Me

Online Misrepresentations of the WTC Collapses

Forum, Blog Representations of the WTC Collapses

The Book Tested Through Experiments

Miscellaneous Notes, Resources
FAQ for Miscellaneous Notes
History Commons 9/11 Timeline
The 911Dataset Project
Skyscraper Safety Campaign
First and Largest 9/11 Conspiracy Theory
Key Words in Book and Website
Trapped Within a Narrowed False Choice
Vulnerability and Requestioning
On Memes and Memetics
Obedience, Conformity and Mental Structure
Denial, Avoidance (Taboo) and Mental Structure
Taboos Against Reviewing the Collapse Events
Extreme Situations and Mental Structure
Suggestibility, Hypnosis and Mental Structure
Awareness and Behavior
Magical, Religious, Scientific Cause-Effect Relations
The Extreme Limits of Mental Dysfunction
Orwell's "Crimestop", "Doublethink", "Blackwhite"
William James, Max Born: Science as Philosophy
Plato on Self Reflection and Mental Structure
Rewriting History, part 1
Rewriting History, part 2
On Smart Idiots

New Ideas in Education

Photo Archives

Photo Archives

Welcome to the Worlds Single Best Photo Archive Recording the WTC Demolitions

We have over 20 different photo albums divided by subject.

All of these albums are available as index files for easy linking and batch downloading here

Mapping of the Fire Progression

North Tower Fire Progression: West Face You can see how the fires progressed on the west face of the North Tower using NIST's own time-stamped pictures placed in the correct time sequence.

North Tower Fire Progression: North Face These pictures were extracted from NIST NCSTAR 1-5A, Chapter 8.
We put the pictures in the proper time sequence so the viewer can easily see for themselves what really happened on the north face of the North Tower from airplane impact to the final demolition.

North Tower Fire Progression: East Face

North Tower Fire Progression: South Face

South Tower Fire Progression: North Face

South Tower Fire Progression: West Face

South Tower Fire Progression: South Face

South Tower Fire Progression: East Face

North Tower Prep and Demo More pictures of the North Tower from aircraft impact to it's collapse.

South Tower Prep and Demo More pictures of the South Tower from aircraft impact to collapse.

Forensic Photographic Evidence of the Debris

North Tower Debris Photos of the remains of the North Tower and of the resulting debris.

South Tower Debris The South Tower structural remains and the South Tower debris fields.

Plaza Debris Photos of debris located in the WTC Plaza region.

General Debris General pictures of WTC debris.

Perimeter Columns in Debris This album focuses only on perimeter column sections as they were seen in the debris of both towers.

Aerial Photos Photos taken from above looking down on the debris.

Core Box Columns: Types of Damage A collection of pictures of core box columns with distortions which may be consistent with the use of explosives to break the individual connecting welds.

Perimeter Column Damage Patterns A collection of perimeter columns that are noticably bent or otherwise distorted.

Damage to Surrounding Buildings The extent of damage to neighboring buildings, including WTC Buildings 4, 5 and 6.

WTC Building 7


Photographs of the Original Construction and of the Buildings Prior to 9-11-01

WTC Construction An archive of photos of the construction process and of the undamaged buildings prior to 9-11-01.

Specialty Photo Collections

Spire Studies This is the collection of photos used in the essays Spire Studies, Parts 1 and 2.

Oxyacetylene Cutting This album was compiled so we know what an oxyacetylene torch cut looks like. It is important not to confuse these types of cuts made during clean-up with other types of damage. (Note that many researchers confuse torch cuts with "linear charges". Big mistake.)

Pictures with Added Graphics These are some graphics our researchers have made to analyze photos.

Created on 11/27/2007 07:58 AM by admin
Updated on 12/19/2010 02:26 PM by admin
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