```However you clearly see no debris at all going to the wtc 7 from the collapse.
Not only that, there were several buildings that were closer to the two major towers. They were hit with far more debris and they didn't fall.
That's something the demented Bush apologists can never explain.
The building between 1&2 were not as high as wtc7 and probably by being closer, was damaged more on top......if you damage just the top of a building it will not necessarily collapse.....but damage a building at the base and the weight plus get a bunch of transformers burning and exploding inside..........
I know you hate G.W. but don't let that hatred make you believe every conspiracy that comes along
Well tell me, what is the point of debating this? there is absolutly none.
Building next to wtc 2 , which is the deutsche bank, was 39 floor tall, basically the same size as wtc 7, didnt collapse.
And the side you cant see, there is nothing to worry about, cause wtc 1 wasnt on the side you can't see.Show me a video or photo showing wtc being smashed and heavily damage by wtc 1
Here is what Eaglesmack said
posted by EagleSmack
tell me where, i really want to know.
They will tell you , those buildings were smaller, and had very few damage, which makes no sense at all.
See Logic's illustration on the other thread which shows that Tower 7 wasn't even close to getting hit with as much debris as the other buildings did. If falling debris was the cause of its collapse, those other buildings would have gone down in one fell swoop. Think for yourself and take off the right wing blinders.
BTW, in case you missed it, there are no WMD in Iraq.
LOGIC 7... These are quotes from NYFD Firemen who were there that day. These all pertain to WTC 7and the damage done. If there was no damage as you say.
What did these men see?
LEAD: BEFORE it moves into a new office tower in downtown Manhattan, Salomon Brothers, the brokerage firm, intends to spend nearly two years and more than $200 million cutting out floors, adding elevators, reinforcing steel girders, upgrading power supplies and making other improvements in its million square feet of space.
BEFORE it moves into a new office tower in downtown Manhattan, Salomon Brothers, the brokerage firm, intends to spend nearly two years and more than $200 million cutting out floors, adding elevators, reinforcing steel girders, upgrading power supplies and making other improvements in its million square feet of space.
The work, which began last month at Seven World Trade Center, reflects both the adaptability of steel-framed towers and the extraordinary importance of fail-safe computer and telephone systems for the brokerage industry. According to many real estate experts, no company has ever made such extensive alterations to a new office building in Manhattan.