Rebekah Roth retired air steward has been talking these many months about 911.
She brings it all together and this interview with Bill Ryan is supurb; it's all here after many years of extensive research!
Who are the most likely involved and what happened to the people on the planes!
Few will be the same after listening to this audio mp3.
World engulfed in deception
Chalk drawing created by Willie Gardner now deceased in Scotland in the 1980's
Image from 911 Mysteries Controlled Demolition video link bottom of page
Scott Grainger: I am a licensed fire protection engineer. I am licensed in thirteen states. I've been in private practice for twenty-five years. I've been a practicing engineer for thirty-nine years.
Fifty percent of my practice is in forensic engineering.
Steel structural frame buildings, high-rise buildings, simply do not collapse due to fire.
There has never been until 9/11 and experience where a high-rise building that was steel-framed completely collapsed.
There have been fires that have burned longer in similar structures without any collapse.
Leslie Young: In my previous career as a fire-fighter, normally you would never be afraid to go into a Type 1 building because they are not combustible and you would just charge at it and put the fire out.
Never in my training were we ever taught that these types of buildings could just collapse in on themselves.
There is definitely much going on then just fire.
Office furniture burned to see what would happen to heavy steel beams that supported the ceiling.
Test by British Steel in 1995
Jonathan Barnett: When steel is bear, when it heats up, it gets weaker. It is not that it melts in a fire. Normal fires are not hot enough to melt steel. Even if you were to use an unusual fuel like kerosene, it is not possible to achieve temperatures to melt steel.
But what happens is steel will start to lose its strength.
As it loses its strength, it starts to sag.
It becomes softer and can no longer support load.
The test by British Steel in 1995 was the largest test of its kind ever conducted.
The test by British Steel in 1995 showed how unprotected steel can be distorted, even by a normal office fire.
But as is typical in steel buildings, structural beams only slowly and progressively warped and sagged.
There was no chance of a sudden collapse.
Professor Jonathan Barnett: In over twenty years, I have not seen until the Towers buildings a protected structure that has collapsed in a fire.
Joel Miller: The World Trade 7 building reminds me in some ways of the Meridian Bank building in Philadelphia.
The Meridian Bank building was a thirty-eight story skyscraper that burnt for eighteen house in 1991. The building suffered extensive damage from the fire but did not collapse.
Daniel Barnum: For the forty plus years that I have been practicing architecture, I have designed a variety of buildings from small houses to high-rise office buildings.
Daniel Barnum: Some of the high-rises that I have worked on are 1 Shell and 2 Shell here in Houston.
Daniel Barnum: I was project manager for a twenty-two story office building in Acron, Ohio.
I am a Fellow of The American Institute of Architects.
Daniel Barnum: I have designed high-rise buildings and I know what they do in fires because I have studied that.
Daniel Barnum: Later in the day when World Trade Center 7 collapsed, they had already shown us pictures of a few fires that building.
There weren't even raging.
How could that cause a building to collapse as if it were imploded?
Jonathan Smolens, P.E. Structural Engineer: I am a professional structural engineer in the Bolder Denver area for the past twelve years.
One of my specialties is forensic engineering, including the valuation of structures post disaster.
What happened to those columns to all collapse at the same time, the explanation provided does not match the evidence that we have.
Michael Donly: I am a structural engineer with fourteen years of experience. I get involved mostly with the design of steel-framed fire proof buildings.
We have never had a steel-framed skyscraper collapse in the United States or internationally.
There is no precedent.
Michael Donly: I don't think building 7 could have collapsed by fire as NIST tells us that this collapsed mechanism starting with thermal expansion that worked its way upward and outward through the building in a matter of seconds... there is not enough time for the building to collapse the way that NIST tells us it collapsed.
Edward Munyak: I am a fire protection engineer for at least twenty-five years.
I have worked for a number of organizations, city, federal, large insurance companies.
Consultant always in the area of fire safety, with the goal of keeping the public safe and first responders safe.
I became quite fascinated with the governments version of the events on 911 because this was totally contrary to everything that I ever experience either working in the field of fire safety, or knowing what I know about mechanical engineering.
It defies many fundamentals of mechanics and materials and physics. Just many fundamental engineering concepts.
Anthony Szamboti: World Trade Center 7, NIST claims the fires were very large, very hot and long lasting.
In reality, observation and research by many people shows these fires did not last very long.
They were not in locations where NIST claims they were at a given time.
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