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EDITOR: debate boils down to which came first the chicken or the egg? Did the collapse of the South tower cause a mushroom-shaped plume to appear remotely near building 6 or 7, or did a detonation at 6-7 [possibly a pulsed blast at a precise harmonic frequency] do a death-knell to the weakened towers? In recap to the diverse comments below the questions here remain:

A. The immense plume happened we think prior, maybe only seconds, to the collapse of the first or south tower. Seismic:

B. Even if the South tower was beginning to collapse [at 9:59] I still wonder why such a compression plume would burst up so remotely rather than ring-around the actual base in a tighter circumference to the South tower?

C. The plume came up near building six or seven.

D. Even if the South tower were indeed beginning to implode and telescope downward It would like the North tower would act as a barricade to block the flow of any smoke and debris.

E. Also the plume burst up so suddenly and vertically from a most specific territory.

F. Amazingly the location of the plume corresponds on the recon sat map with the most pronounced crater of the entire area of destruction.

F. In my timeline reckoning the WTC residents were still successfully leaving the main towers, at least the North tower, at the time of this most specific and seemingly isolated and well-defined event. Would not a compression event as expressed so profoundly in the designated plume have had more effect on the overall evacuation ordeal? MOST IMPORTANT See this Kronos sat aerial and red location circle indicating the location of the plume: http://www.cyberspaceorbit.com/wtclayout.html  More comments

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UPDATE:

9/11/2006 5:43:11 P.M. Pacific Daylight Time

Greetings. In regards to the pic:



...The pic shows one tower standing, and the dust ploom is from *the collapse of the other tower*. This was proven beyond any doubt. The full unedited CNN video clip is available on the "9/11 in Plane Sight"The pic shows one tower standing, and the dust ploom is from *the collapse of the other tower*. This was proven beyond any doubt. The full unedited CNN video clip is available on the "9/11 in Plane Sight"
I somewhat accept this, barring additional evidence. When we were doing ongoing realtime chronicling we simply presented all incoming theory, many ideas and viewpoints--to be sorted with out historically. At the time we were wondering if the compression cloud event showed that WTC7 was destroyed by explosives involving a separate agenda. WTC7 came down at 5:20 Turns out it was probably PULLED-- even more bizarre. “Lucky Larry” Silverstein 2 It must also be indicated that some researchers are again daring to mention, NUKE, which stews up a whole new kettle o' fish. View of a Military Expert: Why the Towers of the World Trade Center collapsed Nuclear Winter at the WTC? Expanded Comment

FINNISH REPORT: The Bombs in the WTC Index [compression cloud or blast below?]
http://www.cyberspaceorbit.com/towrcmmnt.htm 


http://www.bannedmagazine.com/UnitedStatesofAmerica.htm


EDITOR: Huh? Think this is an explosive device shooting toward the ground?

ACTIVE FBI SPECIAL AGENT FILES COMPLAINT CONCERNING
OBSTRUCTED FBI ANTI-TERRORIST INVESTIGATIONS FBI
Whistleblower Says Bureau Bungled Terror Probes
http://www.cyberspaceorbit.com/towrcmmnt.htm

Collapsing towers caused seismic shock

Note: BBC pulled this file. Saved here if needed for research.

The south tower goes just before 1430 GMT


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