Wednesday, November 16, 2005

MSNBC: Questioning what happened on 9/11

JONES:  ... There are two hypotheses here.  One is fire and damage caused all three buildings to collapse. 


JONES:  The other is that explosives in the buildings may have caused the collapse.  And so, then we analyze and see which fits the data better, and I've done that in my 25-page paper

CARLSON:  I want to read you a quote from the 'Deseret Morning News,' a paper in Utah, from you.  I'm quoting now.

"It is quite plausible that explosives were pre-planted in all three buildings and set off after the two plane crashes, which are actually a diversion tactic.  Muslims are probably not to blame for bringing down the World Trade Center buildings after all." . . .

JONES:  Well, that's basically it, yes, but as we read in the FEMA report, it says here, and I put this in my paper, of course.  "The best hypothesis, which is the only one they looked at, fire, has only a low probability of occurrence.  Further investigation analyses are needed to resolve this issue, and I agree with that."

 . . . all scientists now reasonably agree that the fires were not sufficiently hot to melt the steel, so what is this molten metal?  It's direct evidence for the use of high-temperature explosives, such as thermite, which produces molten iron as an end product.

View the MSNBC interview, and videos of the collapse of WTC 7: Video 1; Video 2

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