The South Tower Impact
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Here are four views of the impact of the South Tower showing that most of the jet fuel burnt up outside the building, not inside.

From the south.

From the east.
From the northeast.

Since most of the jet fuel passed through the South Tower and burnt up in the fireball outside the building the official explanation that the South Tower collapsed because of an inferno produced by jet fuel burning within the building is false.

The two plane impacts (first the North Tower then the South Tower) were quite different in one respect:  The North Tower impact occurred without warning was not meant to be recorded on video (although it was, in the Fireman's Video) whereas the South Tower impact was designed as a media spectacle. It was timed to occur approximately fifteen minutes after the first impact, when many video cameras (in particular, those of CNN) would be trained on the Twin Towers. The plane probably had in its storage areas (or in an external fuel tank attached to its right side) additional jet fuel (even more than in its nearly-full fuel tanks), which was ignited with the help of a flame-production device or an incendiary missile to cause a huge fireball of stunning magnitude — broadcast live on CNN (and captured by many other cameras) and intended to produce shock and awe in the American public.

Last modified: 2003-08-27 CE

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