by Scott Creighton (reposted from Aug 22, 2008)
Shyam Sunder of NIST says that there was no explosive sound loud enough to have been an explosion that could have taken out one of these columns. Here is a recording of 2 of them:
(following text from the NIST press release available here. )
“The NIST team found no evidence that explosives were involved in the collapse.”
Because they didn’t LOOK. (NIST admitted they NEVER TESTED FOR EXPLOSIVE RESIDUE. “NIST did not test for the presence of explosive residue and such tests would not necessarily have been conclusive.”)
“Our analysis shows that even the smallest explosive charge that was capable of bringing down the critical column in the building, had it occurred, we would have seen sound levels of 120 to 130 dbs, a half a mile away. That (could) have been an incredibly loud sound, and that sound was not picked up by any of the videos or the witnesses we have talked to.” Shyam Sunder.
Perhaps Mr. Sunder never saw this video. Then again, maybe he is just full of shit. Watch his shifting eyes when he talks about “no video recordings of such explosions” and you decide which it is.
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