The revelations of former New Jersey attorney General John Farmer, who served as Senior Counsel to the 9/11 Commission: "At some level of the government, at some point in time. . .there was an agreement not to tell the truth about what happened."Commission cochairman Thomas Kean's suspicions of deceit: "We to this day don't know why NORAD told us what they told us. It was just so far from the truth."The European scientists' determination that there was nanothermite in the World Trade Center debris, a high explosive generally available only through the US military.Pilots For 9/11 Truth's findings that Flight 77's flight deck door was never opened during flight, and their conclusion that hijackers could not have accessed the cockpit.
What is the truth? It is quite simply that the truth has not yet been presented to the American public. Jim Marrs busts wide open whatever credibility the US government's version of 9/11 ever had and leaves the reader with some unsavory but indisputable conclusions.
What caused 911? Was it terrorism or design? Who are the neoconservatives? What really happened to bin Laden? Who makes military grade ‘weaponised’ anthrax? The twin towers were asbestos ridden white elephants that needed to be demolished. This is a story told by the narrator, an ex-political activist, who travelled to the Polynesian Islands after failing to support his party in an event that would change the world and begin the Project for the New American Century.
In the event two high-rise towers plus the 47 storey WTC 7 Salomon Trade building were demolished. These, including the WTC 3 Marriott Hotel, WTC 4, WTC 5, WTC 6 U.S. Custom House building and St. Nicholas Greek Church were all totally destroyed. Also heavily damaged was Fiterman Hall that was rebuilt in 2012 for $325 million. Also the Winter Garden cost $50 million to repair; and the Deutsche Bank was heavily damaged. The Verizon Building (1926) was restored for $1.4 billion that you probably didn’t hear about, unless you’re from New York. In total 56 buildings were damaged including 19 buildings with major damage or collapse, according to FEMA. The insurance companies, after fighting in the courts contributed to paying out $4.57 billion on all the claims for these buildings.
Whether a Boeing 767 aircraft travelling at 450 mph (220 yds/sec) could be programmed or directed in seconds to hit a tower is disputed. A 767 cannot move at this speed at sea level due to multiple vector forces causing aerodynamic instability. Also the effects of parasitic drag, on the turbine fans, that limit the power of its engines to generate optimum thrust. This is due to the viscous effects of high ambient air pressure that exceed the working load of 757 or 767 engines.