Tony Lambregts

Tony Lambregts

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Network Administrator. The King's University College
Contributor to the Wine Project since 2002
Adult Fan of Lego

I make my living by logical problem solving. Logic tells me that since building 7 looks like a controlled demolition then any investigation should looked for evidence of explosives.

Building 7 fell at free fall for the first 2.25 seconds. That means that over 100 feet of the building provided NO (ZERO, ZILCH, NADA) resistance. As Shyam Sunder of NIST said "a free fall time would be an object that has no structural components below it"

NIST's explanation for the destruction of Building 7 is one of mechanical failure. Shyam Sunder said. “Heating of floor beams and girders caused a critical support column to fail, initiating a fire-induced progressive collapse that brought the building down.”.

If this was only a fire induced progressive collapse the force required to deform the outer columns would have resulted in a slowing of the decent of the building so that it fell at less than free fall.

Free fall is not consistent with progressive collapse.

Free fall is fact.

NIST has presented an explanation that is not consistent with free fall so I do not accept the explanation as being correct.

St. Albert, Alberta Canada