Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Loose Change

Loose Change
Documentary on September 11, 2001

This video is considered FOUNDATIONAL. A unique overview of the events of perhaps the second "date that will live in infamy": a new 'Pearl Harbor'! Loose change may answer, or raise, some questions regarding that tragic day. Did you know that not only did the Pentagon get hit and that the Twin Towers collapsed, but that a 47 story building (WTC 7), which was not hit by a plane, ALSO collapsed on Sept 11, 2001?

About 1 Hr 30 Min
To watch "Loose Change" CLICK HERE

see also www.loosechange911.com

Also worth viewing, good questions are asked in "911 A Closer Look" Click Here to view About 30 Min
See also www.hugequestions.com

Some Extra Short Footage

World Trade Center 7 (Note the perfect symmetry in the collapse-it doesn't topple over sideways. Did explosions bring this building down?)

  • BBC reports WTC7 collapsed 20 min before it actually did About 25 Min Click Here (BE SURE TO WATCH WHOLE 25 MIN - some excellent pictures of Bldg 7 at the end)
  • Video on Thermite About 7 Min Click Here (Note the pointed angle shape of the steel in the WTC pictures)
  • Watch this clip where Larry Silverstein says "I remember getting a call from the ah fire department commander, telling me that they were not sure they were going to be able to contain the fire. I said, 'You know we've had such terrible loss of life, maybe the smartest thing to do is, is pull it.' Ah, And they made that decision to pull. And then we watched the building collapse." Listen for the "...is, is..." and to how the words "pull it" and "pull" are said. It was later said that Silverstein was referring to the firefighting effort when he used the term "it" in the "pull it" reference. The way his comment ends seems interesting, "And then we watched the building collapse." Does the "decision to pull" result in the building's collapse (which may indicate the demolition use of the word "pull") or is Silverstein trying to implant the idea, subtly, that fire caused the collapse by using it in the same paragraph or is this a purely innocent statement at the end of his comment? Since it is said that Silverstein's reference to "pull it" refers to the firefighting effort, a statement such as "then we watched the building burn", or something to this effect, would seem a more natural way to end his comment which overall is dealing with the fires and loss of life and "pull it" is said to refer to the firefighting effort. Click Here About 10 Min.
  • Implosion evidence for WTC7 Click Here About 5 Min
  • You can see the explosions out the windows of bldg 7 (right side near top) in this clip. Click here About 4 min
Do you remember where you were and what you were doing when you heard about the attack on Sept 11? President Bush shares his memory Click Here About 1 Min