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smoogatz Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Feb-16-06 06:55 PM
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8. Most likely the work would've been done by a private contractor
All current and former employess could have been made to sign confidentiality agreements. The threat of legal action is usually enough to silence people. They might have imploded them when they did because parts of the facade had already started to fall off, raising the possibility that the towers were no longer structurally stable. Either you implode them with a few hundred people inside, or wait and take a chance that a lateral collapse could kill tens of thousands. What would you do?

Does thermite degrade over time? I have no idea. I'd be happy to look at whatever info you have on the subject.

Fine--cross out Giuliani. Who gives the order? Pataki?
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