Pyroclastic flows an undeniable signature that explosives took down WTC on 9/11
Chris Moore comments:
There's a great quip in the above video, I'm not sure, but I think its by BYU physics professor Steven E. Jones, where he sarcastically says something like Gee, there are only a handful of companies in the world that will demolish steel frame skyscrapers because it's so dangerous, and they charge a huge price, but I'm glad to know it can now be done so easily simply by setting a few scattered fires, which somehow demolished WTC 7.
This perfectly illustrates the 9/11 fairy tale that so many Americans believe.
I can't say if Americans lack critical thinking abilities and are overly willing to engage in the kind of suspended disbelief it takes to buy the official narrative of 9/11 because they've spent too much time reading the bible, because they've spent too much time watching Hollywood movies, or because they've been brainwashed by government schools to believe whatever the government tells them, but I can say that anyone who has seriously looked into the collapse of WTC 7 in particular and still doesn't believe 9/11 was an inside job either has a child like mind, or a capacity for denial that borders on mental illness.