Video: 9/11 WTC Lobby Analysis Video

Video: 9/11 WTC Lobby Analysis Video

Posted by sakerfa on August 29th, 2010

The following is a review of some of the only known footage from inside the towers on the day of 9/11. The original footage was captured by the Naudet brothers, who were filming a documentary on New York Firefighters. The lobby of the World Trade Center Towers had an abnormal amount of damage on 9/11, and the Naudet film captures some of that.

Besides the typos in this 3 - part lobby analysis of the World Trade Center Twin Towers on 9/11, this is a good video. Let me know what you think, besides the typos and the music…though I didn’t mind the music too much. The video comes from You Tube user Dancing Cherokee Wolf

Part 1 of 3

Part 2 of 3

Part 3 of 3


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Fuel down elevator myth

Around minute 4, a firemen disseminates the presumption about fuel going down the elevators, but I understand it has been well established that nearly all elevators did not run from bottom to top, that only one elevator ran ran from bottom to top, and that that elevator did not have any fire damage; indeed a person was inside it, unharmed.


Good points, but could you source them? These points could be used in debates, if sourced..

You referred to one elevator that ran to the top, you must mean the express elevators, of which there were four (and two appear to run to the top):

If all four didn't have any fire damage, that would demolish the ground floor jet fuel explosion theory... but I still haven't made up my mind.

Erik Lawyer from Firefighters for 9/11 Truth states:


NFPA 921 “18.12.2 High Exlosives…The effects produced by diffuse phase (i.e., fuel-air) explosions and solid explosives are very different. In a diffuse phase explosion (usually deflagration), structural damage will tend to be uniform and omnidirectional, and there will be relatively widespread evidence of burning, scorching, and blistering. In contrast, the rate of combustion of a solid explosive is extremely fast in comparison to the speed of sound. Therefore, pressure does not equalize through the explosion volume and extremely high pressures are generated near the explosion. At the location of the explosion, there should be evidence of crushing, splintering, and shattering effects produced by the higher pressures. Away from the source of the explosion, there is usually very little evidence of intense burning or scorching, except where hot shrapnel or firebrands have landed on combustible materials.”

18.12.2 is very clear. Fuel-air explosions (i.e.- JET FUEL) will be relatively widespread and there will be evidence of burning, scorching, and blistering. If the lobby truly “blew out” from the jet fuel explosion we would see extensive burning, scorching, and blistering. And, think about it, the elevator shafts do not stop in the lobby, they went below the lobby, so why did this apparent “fireball” pick the lobby to exit? Now, carefully look at this video, and you be the judge.

Do you see any signs of burning, scorching, or blistering? On your size-up pay close attention to the plants and the ceiling…do you see ANY soot? is this what you would expect to see after a “jet-fueled fireball” blew out the lobby?

Does this match the damage we would expect to see with solid explosives? (i.e. crushing, splintering, and shattering effects produced by higher pressures).

....Citing this video:

P.S. The videos embedded in this blog post don't load for me... am I the only one?