Humint Events Online: WTC5-- Normal Versus Abnormal Building Damage

Saturday, November 25, 2006

WTC5-- Normal Versus Abnormal Building Damage

The side view is informative:

(double click to enlarge images)

Side view pic from here.

The main point here is that there is some strange damage here that is consistent with a beam weapon fired from above, but of course these holes do not prove it.

In my view, overall, the beam weapon hypothesis is the best explanation for the accumulated phenomenon associated with the destruction of the twin towers.

Note, the beam weapon was almost certainly not a "laser" but rather a microwave weapon with particular affinity for concrete and steel. The idea is that the beam (or beams) vibrated at the proper frequency to blow apart steel and concrete and turn them into fine dust.


Blogger BG said...

Great Post!

12:10 PM  
Anonymous fatty was had! said...

larry:: hey george and dick, thank you gentlemen for getting rid of that ridiculous wtc complex and making way for the new freedom tower project!

dick:: oh anytime larry! it gave us the opportunity to try out our new removal machine and in the process gave us an excuse to destroy our newly created enemies!
no worries pal!

1:32 PM  
Anonymous shep said...

check out the discoloration of the steal beams in the diagram above where you've annotated 'round hole'. also, to me those steal beams look bent downwards. that sidepicture is extremely interesting when compared to the overhead shots. do you have any side shots of building #6 look in?

great post! if this was on blogger brigade, i'd give you a -1 ;-)

9:43 AM  
Anonymous shep said...

oops, nevermind. here is WTC6 above, looking in:

9:56 AM  
Blogger Spooked said...

Great picture Shep!

Here's a question: what the heck happened to the huge north wall of wtc1? Even assuming it went into wtc6, it's not like there are steel columns from a 1/4 mile high wall piled up in there!

Judy Wood has one picture of the center of the wtc6 hole, and there are a few pieces of outer wtc wall in there, but no way the whole wall's worth. But looking at that picture you linked to, there was really no other place for the north wall to go except into and on wtc6!

12:16 PM  

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