Whether I like you or not has nothing to do with the facts.
Steel does not have to "melt" to fail. It begins to loose its strenth, to become soft, at a temperature much, much lower than its melting point......think of a blacksmith forming steel with nothing more than bellows, a charcoal fire, and a hammer......he heats the steel until it has become warm enough to lose its rigidity.......
I granted you the point about the 36,000 feet of det cord.........but you ignored the fact it took 21 men fours months to prepare a single 33 story building for CD......that is BEFORE the blasting crew went in to set charges and lay det cord, which took 12 men an additional 24 days.
30,000 hours of labour AT LEAST to set up a controlled demolition in the two towers.
Did the workmen spend 30,000 hours on site?
Did they strip away the walls, then the heat sheilding against the centre core? Without anyone noticing?
Where did they find these workers? There are VERY few people in the world qualified to set up CD..........and only the very best of them would be able to pull off the CD of a building more than 3x as high as the largest ever blown.........if that is even possible in SECRET........and I don't believe it IS possible.
(the heat sheilding on the beams, BTW, was blown off by the initial crash of aircraft, exposing the beams to the heat of ignited material in the building..........unlike the other buildings used for comparison, in which the sheilding would have remained intact)
In a situation like the towers collapse, there are always questions......the thing is, if you are accusing somebody of plotting the destruction, the onus is on you to prove it, or to at least to show it is feasible.
In that, the conspiracy theorists have failed miserably.