The 6.5 Second Collapse of World Trade Center Building 7

In this short documentary-style video, I outline the mathematics and science of WTC7 as it relates to its uniform 6.5 second collapse at 5:20 pm on the evening of September 11th. I also briefly touch upon the government analyses conducted by FEMA and NIST, and I compare the collapse to known controlled demolitions and similar steel structures with fire and/or structural damage. Additional info that the viewer may find applicable is that more than half of the diesel fuel was recovered by the two largest underground storage tanks post-collapse (documented by FEMA), and that fires on the north, west, and east sides of the building did not appear to be out of control. In the intro to the vid, the BBC field reporter mysteriously digitizes out of the conversation minutes before WTC7's collapse, after having prematurely reported its collapse 20 minutes before it occured (with the building standing behind the field reporter in plain sight). Also interesting to note, if the hypothesis of NIST is true, then controlled demolition crews only have to weaken one core column in a skyscraper to perfectly implode it. However no computer modeling has proven their hypothesis to have any bit of truth, so skyscraper tenants need not worry about the collapse of their building. A new investigation into the events surrounding 9/11 must occur. . .[the audio was meant to be distorted - and the music was originally composed]


The 6.5 Second Collapse of World Trade Center Building 7

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nice video

Hopefully you have the narration audio saved without the distortion. I did not mind it too much...but I am sure many will think it's kind of annoying.

Can't Stop 9/11 Fever


Turn the music down under the narration, filter the low frequencies from about 500hz and down, and get rid of the distortion. It's very difficult to distinguish what is being said, as it is.

It's more than just annoying...

The video is impossible to watch without sound muted.

"But truthfully, I don't really know. We've had trouble getting a handle on Building No. 7."
~~ Dr. Shyam Sunder - Acting Director Building and Fire Research Laboratory (NIST)


I really hope you remix the audio, because other than that it's an excellent video. I am listening to the sound on studio monitors. If you remix the sound, make sure to listen to it on different kinds of speakers, or just err on the side of caution by keeping the music way low under the narration and filtering the low frquesncies from the voice, since they make it muddy into the music frequencies.

great vid

ya really gotta fix the narration sound quality tho... and pls post a megaupload link to the full quality copy too!

Jumbo Jets Can Not Demolish Skyscrapers.