Here's How They Got the Bombs Inside The Towers

Forbes reported that over the weekend of September 8-9, 2001, floors 50 and above of the South Tower experienced a power down, meaning that all electrical currents were shut off for about 36 hours.

Because there was no electric power above the fiftieth floor there were also no security cameras or security locks. There were many outside engineering personnel, however, coming and going in and out of the tower all weekend.

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Beyond the powerdown...

A lot of people mock the idea that you could get those towers prepared for demolition in a few days. I have no idea, but when you begin looking at the Marsh/Kroll types who might have had all the time in the world on their floors at least, that is also a possibility.


I think you'll find more saying this... but a ton or two, wireless with dependable repeaters, huffed by 15 to 20 guys in six hours through the night. Weeks, months, years... to plan, yes... but not to rig.

"The truth shall make you free." Why not make the truth free? We live on a priceless blue pearl, awash in a universe of fire and ice. Cut the crap.

here's a guy who suggests

here's a guy who suggests that it might've been small hydrogen bombs:
this guy suggests that explosives might've been installed when the towers were built:

i hope that someday all will be revealed.

here's a guy who suggests

here's a guy who suggests that small hydrogen bombs were employed:
and here's a guy that suggests that explosives were pre-installed when the towers were built:

i hope that someday all will be revealed.

sorry for the double post -

sorry for the double post - i'm too stupid for this new format!

Look, if I had to relive

Look, if I had to relive this entire ordeal again, I would say; "Just Nuke New York." The reason is that New Yorkers have really dropped the ball here. They must be so pressured to meet rent, they forget how to live with dignity. They are the ones who know scads about these buildings, more than I ever learned from my few days experience on the site.

However, I have yet to enter any building where I didn't know more about the building than it's residents, within a few short hours of investigation. I'm just that damn determined to know if the beams over my head will stand up!

Look at the typical lease! Read it to us. Not one f******* New Yorker has even done that, so how are the people to understand how any WTC leasehold improvement is handled? Think! You don't just walk into these offices without months of pre-planning, and we are talking about a multi-phase set-up with tested sub-systems integration. The "power-down" was merely that, a final test-signal situation.

It's your standard "Red wire, Blue wire, Black wire. be safe, which one will you cut?" -situation. They must use batteries on trickle-charge that actually trigger the local devices. Thanks to the air-show, they needed standard and ultra-frequency wireless devices of a dozen types, and subordinate to all of that there were unique fail-safe corrective measures to maintain optimal pyroclastic 'flow,' etc. And that's just public knowledge, circa 1985.

We need to talk to ordinary building tenants, irregardless of their interests, or knowledge of 9/11. They are the ones who will remember getting a whole new sprinkler system, etc... No matter what the job, or means, it takes many hours for an install crew of 3 to 4 guys to dress-out each space of 2,000 sq, ft or so. Every time they find a priceless Picasso, or a heavy filing cabinet, there is a wait and return order written for that sectio of the labor billing, etc. It's Two years minimum to fully load the builidings and to complete all of these other related needs with different crews in carefully staged progression.

If the law mattered to NYC Homicide, we would already have heard the entire plot from the friggin' janitors!

This may very well be the

This may very well be the key to 911: find out who was responsible for the "maintenance work" on the WTC just prior to the event. NY truthers should focus on this. There must be lots of tenants who remember the workers and their superiors and can name names. Unfortunately, they're probably scared shitless and unwilling to talk. Many of them have probably received not-so-subtle threats.

"The "power-down" was merely

"The "power-down" was merely that, a final test-signal situation."

I'm inclined to agree. Also, didn't the cameras on the rough "malfunction" prior to the attacks?