I had to pause right there to put my mind back in logic mode.
Now, I can’t for the life of me understand why you think that discussing the method of the WTC collapses would be “demeaning” to those who lost everything on 9/11. Can you explain your words that I quoted above any further? It is disrespectful in my opinion not to question how those people died.
It is worth noting that Bill Doyle, head of the Coalition of 9/11 Families with approximately 7,000 members, has stated that around half of the relatives he represented believe there was a cover-up and inside complicity in the event.
Further, it was due largely to the work of four women known as the Jersey Girls, who all lost their husbands in the event, that the 9/11 Commission was formed. This investigation was opposed by President Bush and even after the 9/11 report was released, the same women were left deeply unsatisfied in feeling that many of their questions had not been answered.
It is that your opinion is so at odds with all of the above that I question if emotions are clouding your judgement. Please don’t think that is meant as an attack by the way; understandably this can be an emotional subject. Just, maybe, something to think about in the links above.
These people told their stories as they experienced them and I for one would believe what they have to say over theories that show no evidence. There were many structural failures that day and lack of goverment ability to cope with the magnitude of what had happened, but I do not believe those buildings were the victims of demolition.
And I just want to add, it definitely was airplanes that struck the towers.
Edited by susieice, 05 September 2010 - 07:12 PM.