9/11/01 love it or hate it, 20 years have passed. What do we know?
According to reports given to the public, on September 11, 2001, 19 militants associated with al Qaeda hijacked four airplanes and carried out suicide attacks against targets in the United States.
The official narrative is: "On September 11, 2001, at 8:45 a.m. on a clear Tuesday morning, an American Airlines Boeing 767 loaded with 20,000 gallons of jet fuel crashed into the north tower of the World Trade Center in New York City. The impact left a gaping, burning hole near the 80th floor of the 110-story skyscraper, instantly killing hundreds of people and trapping hundreds more in higher floors."
The video above contains a clip of Donald Trump talking about the World Trade Buildings and 9/11 attacks where he spoke about the world trade centers being steel exoskeleton buildings and that he had seen the aftermath of a bomb going off in the weakest part of the building, which is the basement that didn't bring down the building. He didn't believe that a plane crashing into the building would bring it down the way it happened.
According to Lawyers Community for 9/11, "Some of the most compelling evidence in our Petition from a lay person’s perspective would likely include the testimony of numerous First Responders who reported the sights and sounds of
explosions at the WTC on 9/11, the finding of high-tech explosives and
incendiaries residue in the WTC dust via chemical laboratory testing and
analysis; and the fact that to the naked eye, the collapses of WTC1, WTC2, and WTC7 all exhibit the characteristics of controlled demolition, as explained by the Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth in testimony presented to the Lawyers’ Committee in New York in a public event in September of 2016."
The buildings Construction
In 1962, Minoru Yamasaki & Associates was hired to perform an architectural design for a grand economic engine for lower Manhattan, which was first unveiled in 1964. The team involved Emory Roth & Sons, P.C., as the architect of record. The structural engineers were Worthington, Skilling, Helle, and Jackson (WSHJ). Jaros, Baum & Bolles were retrained as mechanical engineers, and Joseph R. Loring & Associates were electrical engineers. Tishman Construction Corporation was the general contractor.
In 1966, the formal groundbreaking for the towers took place. Construction began in 1968, with the first occupancy in 1970.
The buildings also needed to resist lateral loads and excessive swaying, principally from hurricane-force winds that periodically strike the eastern seaboard of the United States.
An additional load, not required by any building codes, but stated by PANYNJ to have been considered in the design of the towers, was the impact of a commercial airliner.
Documents obtained from PANYNJ indicated that the impact of a Boeing 707 or DC 8 aircraft flying at a speed of 268 m/s (600 mph) was analyzed during the design stage of the WTC towers.
The life safety considerations following such an impact were also addressed.
One document stated that “...Analysis indicates that such collision would result in only local damage which could not cause collapse or substantial damage to the building and would not endanger the lives and safety of occupants not in the immediate area of impact.”
Did you know that the buildings were designed to withstand an airplane impact?
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