The demolition of the Landmark Tower

Apparently these people took the much more expensive and labor intensive method of bringing down steel framed buildings by using explosives, rather than simply lighting a few fires here and there. Thanks to Monte for sending these in:

http://www.dfw.com/multimedia/dfw/news/archive/0318implosion1/index.html

http://www.nbc5i.com/news/8079772/detail.html

The American people are a

The American people are a sad lot. Look at the crowd a demolition attracts. Actually, this would have been an excellent time to pass out 9/11 Truth awareness pamphlets and copies of DVD's like Loose Change. Maybe we should be aware of heavily promoted demolitions by the MSM and plan a little promotion of our own at the same time.

Speaking of 9/11 Truth awareness, I need to go to Westfield Mall and pay a bill. I think I will take my friend Dame Edna along with me. After all, the Copy Max guy was nice enough to give me 100 color copies for only $7 and I should take Dame Edna with me everywhere I go. But I better stop and get some more adhesive putty.

http://freewayblogger.blogspot.com/2006/03/dame-edna-speaks-to-ohio.html

I sent this to Dr. Griffin,

I sent this to Dr. Griffin, and here's what he had to say...

Jon,

Thanks for sending that. I saw it earlier today on TV and it was said to be the tallest building ever imploded. Well, not quite.

DG

"Well Not quite" I like it!!

"Well Not quite"

I like it!!

LOL Amanda, that pic

LOL Amanda, that pic definitely tends to draw the eye!! freewayblogger friggin wrocks.

Jon, "Well not quite" certainly matched my thoughts viewing that video.

Hm I was negligent in my

Hm I was negligent in my wording; Amanda, you rock for putting those out! Good luck!!

I always loved this one... I know, I know, but it pisses 'em off and nudges their brain cells into motion;
http://www.freewayblogger.com/images/bin1.jpg

Anyone in OR? Planned

Anyone in OR? Planned Implosion looks like a good opportunity to get out the 911truth.

If all goes as planned, one ton of explosives will rumble near the Columbia River in early daylight on May 21, slightly tilting, then folding, the Trojan Nuclear Plant's landmark cooling tower into a pile of concrete and steel below.

I see the Guiness Book of

I see the Guiness Book of Records actually has a "Tallest Demolition" category. It hasn't been updated for Landmark yet, so right now it's set to the Hudson Building in Detroit (only 25 stories).

http://www.guinnessworldrecords.com/content_pages/record.asp?recordid=53136

Never mind the towers, WTC7 was 47 stories, far surpassing Landmark. One day...

Well done! Is anyone

Well done! Is anyone tracking when controlled demolitions are taking place across the country? Is there an archive of C.D. videos?

Did Landmark Tower contain

Did Landmark Tower contain asbestos like WTC complex? Did the EPA certify the air quality after the implosion?

According to this, there was

According to this, there was asbestos, but it was removed prior to the demolition.

and for this 30 story

and for this 30 story building it only took 364 pounds of explosives.

that doesn't seem like much at all...in fact it is 7 or 8 back packs at 50 or so lbs...so take that for 110 story and it is only 1330lbs or so....at 50lb sacks that comes to roughly 27.

one person carrying 2 bags a day could have it all in the building in two weeks...4 others could have done the positioning...

...a team of five celebrating and filming it from afar?

2 towers...2 teams perhaps?

an army of conspirators is not needed.

Well, it is needed to get

Well, it is needed to get someone with explosives into the building. It *did* have fairly tight security.

Well, it is needed to get

Well, it is needed to get someone with explosives into the building. It *did* have fairly tight security.
OP | 03.20.06 - 8:03 am | #

with 30,000 to 40,000 people going in and out of the building per day a few faked ID badges would not be hard, or security teams placed by Silverstein or Securacom (Marvin Bush's company that provided security) would already have the access, or "moving" companies packing and unpacking office furniture from the towers would be moving in and out with prior approval to enter the building.