Rebekah Roth retired air steward has been talking these many months about 911.
She brings it all together and this interview with Bill Ryan is supurb; it's all here after many years of extensive research!
Who are the most likely involved and what happened to the people on the planes!
Few will be the same after listening to this audio mp3.
|That is why when someone does wake up they are ridiculed by all the people around them because those who come into contact are instinctually driven by the mindset of:
'Don't wake us up from this dream.
'We don't want it.'
Once people see the psychopathic control within their own lives, they scale it up to the larger control system.
911 Controlled Demolition
Richard Gage, AIA: We might anticipate that an unevenly damaged building would fall over.
Yet picture of the collapse of building 7 show a fairly symmetrical fall.
How do we make sense of this?
Anthony Szamboti, B.S.M.E Mechanical Engineer:
The building comes down fully symmetrically and at one time, both sides of the building comes down completely. This is fully indicative of full structural support being removed for at least six stories.
That could not happen by fire.
Jonathan Smolens, P.E Structural Engineer:
If there was some fire in one corner, it would have collapse maybe in that corner, but not the total building freefalling.
David Topete, S.E. Structural Engineer:
If that corner would topple over, but we did not see that.
What we saw was that it came straight down.
Michael Donly: If the buildings had come down by fire we would have seen a more natural progression of collapse.
We may have seen buildings actually topple over to one side.
Certainly not coming down in its own footprint.
Steve Barasch High Rise Architect: Clearly a more asymmetrical pattern should have been present.
I am Kathy McGrade. I have a bachelor's in metallurgical engineering from New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, which I got in 1979.
I have spent the next thirty years with three start-up companies.
The symmetry is the smoking gun.
It cannot happen that when you have asymmetric damage you will get a perfectly symmetrical collapse.
Scott Grainger P.E. Forensic Fire Protection Engineer:
It would not have been a uniform collapse.
The building might have partially fallen over.
But the building would not have collapsed as it did.
This doesn't make any logical sense.
David Topete: For World Trade Center 7 to come down straight upon itself you would need to take out the supports at the center core.
Kamal Obeid, Structural Engineer: The exterior columns on the outside, on the outside as well as on the inside, at the bottom would have to be severed almost at the same time.
David Topete: In my professional opinion, my experience for World Trade Center 7 to collapse straight down upon itself as the video indicates, as everything we've witnessed, the supports at the center essentially had to be taken out at once.
Tom Sullivan: Well, that's another indicator that this report is very suspect.
I would have expected an elastic explosion.
As I've seen numerous times if the core is to fail.
Tom Sullivan: I worked for Controlled Demolition Incorporated, CDI, the top explosive demolition firm in the world.
As an explosive loader, my job was to place explosives into buildings to prepare them for demolition.
I was licensed while in New York, by the New York Fire Department, to handle explosives.
Tom Sullivan: I worked on major projects such as the Seattle Kingdome, the Three Rivers Stadium, Philadelphia Naval Hospital, and Keyspan Gas Holders in New York.
I would expect the center of the building to start moving first.
And then as the implosion progresses, then the rest of the building is involved.
Tom Sullivan: What I saw, it was a classic implosion.
The center of the core, the penthouse area, starts to move first, and then the building follows along with it.
Ronald Brookman, S.E Structural Engineer:
There were so many columns in the building that were not affected by either the fire or the impact damage, and they all came down, just at once.
Ronald Brookman: So it is a little disheartening, and it is implausible.
Robert E. McCoy, High-Rise Architect:
When it is all finished, walls from the other floors are piled on top of each other, right in the middle of the building.
Just like a house of cards if it were coming down.
Scott Grainger P.E. Forensic Fire Protection Engineer:
Logic tells you that if you have a single failure at some random point in the building, that the entire building is not going to collapse.
Scott Grainger: The collapse would have been a chaotic random event.
Scott Grainger: The building would have partially collapsed, possibly.
But it didn't.
There was a total collapse, and there is very few things that can explain that, none of which are addressed by the NIST report.
Scott Grainger: According to NIST, the failure occurred at column 79 on level twelve.
Scott Grainger: This means you are talking about a single column collapse or failure that resulted in a total collapse of the building.
That just does not make any sense.
Ronald Brookman: As a structural engineer I don't believe that the failure of one column would normally bring down an entire building in the way we saw World Trade Center 7 come down.
Because of redundancy.
Because of all the other columns in the building that were not affected.
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In fact someone told me recently, 'I wouldn't believe what you are telling me even if it were true.'
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