Did you know or do you remember when the Twin Towers cascaded to the ground so did a nearby building known as building 7. Chris enthralled us all with his theory that there is more to the collapse of building 7 than just its association and proximity to the Twin Towers. This is something for us all to think about and Chris you made such convincing arguments supported with a scale model of building 7 and the video. These were amazing.


Below are some of the videos and images that Chris used in his presentation with his notes:

Watch the 8 floors of free fall that starts off Building 7’s destruction:

Do the fires in the clip below look like they are endangering Building 7?

Did the fires you have just seen, cause 8 floors of free fall and the total destruction of Building 7, or not? That is the question, how can you find the answer?

First, what is freefall?

  • It’s not a speed, it’s an acceleration, an object getting fast and faster.
  • Free fall can only be obtained if there is nothing below a dropped object to slow it down.
  • More technically, it’s gravitational acceleration at 9.81 meters squared.

What then was holding Building 7 up?

Building 7 Typical floor plan

  • An exoskeleton of 57 steel columns.
  • Plus 22 steel columns for internal concrete clad lift shaft and fire escape stairwells.
  • In all a total of 79 steel columns plus concrete.

With reference to the above, the refined question being asked is?

What could simultaneous and symmetrical cause the removal of 57 external steel columns and 22 internal columns for lift shafts and fireproof stairwells?

There are two competing theories:

  1. Fire causing collapse.
  2. Demolition explosives causing collapse.

How can you evaluate these theories?

By looking at the extent of damage to steel framed buildings after known fires.
By looking at examples of successful and failed demolitions using explosives

A Look at building fires:


Al Tayer Tower 2012. I count 39 visible stores standing after the blaze. Click for Video

Windsor Building, 2005 Madrid. Burns for 24 hours. Click for Video


Jianye Building, 2013 in Yuexiu district China. Burns for 12 hours. Click for cell phone Video


Hotel Mandarin Oriental, 2009 Beijing. 40 stories burn overnight. Click for video



Building 7, 2001 New York. 8 scattered floors burn for 4 hours. Click for video


Building 7, 2001 New York. To the right shows what engineers would expect to be left afterwards, but bellow shows what was actually found afterwards.  WTC7 free fall video.


A Look at demolitions:



Some common demolition traits are:

  • Sudden onset
  • Symmetrical fall for a number of floors
  • Freefall speeds for a number of floors
  • Pulverisation of concrete and other materials
  • Thick dust clouds
  • Horizontal ejections

Remember the Building 7 destruction shows 8 floors of freefall (i.e. the gap on the left).

Red Road Flats, 2015 Glasgow. Look for the approx. 5 floors exploded on each tower block.

Building 7, 2001 New York. Side by side to known controlled demolitions.


That is for you to make. For additional information you can visit www.ae911truth.org  to learn more.