- Take note of the height of the column behind the fireman’s head. The top horizontal slice is at least 12 feet off the ground. Do you see any area to safely place a ladder? No rational iron worker would undertake such an intricate cut without his feet planted firmly on the ground and the torch at shoulder height.
- Why would an iron worker choose to do a perfect and extra-long diagonal cut when a haphazard horizontal cut would hasten removal significantly? Was he thinking about esthetics at the time? Remember, this is three inch steel and the above ‘cut’ would have unnecessarily taken hours.
- What degree of insanity would prompt an iron worker to create a slide-away guillotine-like object adjacent to an apparent fissure under which sub-floor survivors may have been huddled?
- What form of demented logic would have dictated that precise angular trimming of stable columns was priority-one amid a virtual maelstrom of surrounding debris?
- Take note of the other circled areas and their signature slag run-off. Do you see any signs of removal? Surely that unstable dismembered slab on the right would have been the first to go were a clean-up team actually in operation ahead of the arrival of the firemen.
- As no certain date can be ascribed to this photo, truth-debunkers have had a field day suggesting that it was taken far along into the clean up. But a reasoned eye observing the debris, dust, smoke, and the presence of firemen, no doubt looking for survivors, would certainly ascertain this image to be within two or three days after the collapses.
There can be no doubt that this photo is evidence of a thermate-induced demolition slice if one applies just a little bit of a seven year old’s logic. Nothing in the column-trimming/clean-up theory makes any sense whatsoever. And below you will see some demolition professionals applying a thermate or thermite “cutter charge” to a much smaller column at a very familiar angle:
Although most of the steel evidence was ‘illegally’ removed from the crime scene with great haste, there exists a repository of 911 artifacts in Hangar 17 at JFK International Airport. I could find no information indicating whether or not they offer public tours but fortunately a few revealing photos are available which further substantiate controlled demolition via precise thermate column-slicing. The top photo shows two stacked trident columns from the exterior facade and very precise angular slices mirroring each other top and bottom. Behind them in the distance you will also see a perfectly sliced core-column specimen. The lower photo is a view of the same trident bases perfectly sliced. Ask yourself again what conceivable purpose would these time-consuming angular slices serve in terms of either column-trimming or clean-up vis a vis their necessity for demolition purposes, remembering they were both likely flat on the ground when they were retrieved: