Seriously though, there is no doubt that explosions, or loud bangs that sounded like explosions, were heard. They were captured on video. They were reported by a great number of witnesses. There is no question that there were very loud noises which sounded like explosions.
Now, that isn't to say that the explosive sounding bangs were from any kind of demolition charges. In fact, there could well have been bombs in addition to the crashes. This doesn't equate to government involvement though. Loud bangs could be the result of many things.
Do you recall the white vans that were reported about? I believe one was at the George Washington bridge, and others in different places. Could there have been others parked under the WTC towers? I don't know personally. This topic isn't discussed in great detail anywhere that I've found, but I do remember the news reports when they first aired because I was glued to the TV like most people.
These points shouldn't be ignored or denied. Saying things like "there were no explosions" only adds fuel to the conspiracy theorist's fires.
Thank you for the acknowledgment and showing good faith and honesty in the evidence presented as I honestly expected some more denial.
Of course, the fact that explosions were heard doesn't prove anything other than there were probably explosions of some sort, it could have been explosives as I seem to think, it could have been something else, anything else. Until there is a source for the explosions that people heard and were recorded, then all I am saying is that this doesn't rule out the possibility that explosives could have been used.
I have to agree with your whole post which may be something of a first, it doesn't prove that the towers were demolished, nor does it prove that it was an inside job either. It just shows it as a possibility.
Thanks again booNyzarC.