Seems you missed the recent playback of the MSNBC news coverage that day. In the playback news coverage on 911, the firefighters reported that the explosions they heard were the result of gas line explosions, which had nothing to do with explosives.
Let's take a look at what other firefighters reported.
I looked up and you could actually see everything blew out on the one floor. I thought, geez, this looks like an explosion up there, it blew out. Then I guess in some sense of time we looked at it and realized, no, actually it just collapsed. That ís what blew out the windows, not that there was an explosion there but that windows blew out.
Craig Carlsen said that he and other firefighters “heard explosions coming from . . . the south tower
...there were about ten explosions. At the time I didn't realize what it was. We realized later after talking and finding out that it was the floors collapsing to where the plane had hit.
Louie Cacchioli, 51, is a firefighter assigned to Engine 47 in Harlem
Originally, on September 12, 2001, People Magazine ran a few short paragraphs about the 20-year veteran New York fireman hearing what sounded like bombs exploding in the north tower. Short and sweet, that was it. A few short words about bombs exploding, but words that were repeated over and over again in story after story by writers and broadcasters who never even bothered to talk to him in the first place.
Furthermore, Cacchioli was upset that People Magazine misquoted him, saying "there were bombs" in the building when all he said was he heard "what sounded like bombs" without having definitive proof bombs were actually detonated.
Nothing there about bombs taking down the WTC buildings.
You said it! And, the facts above explains why!
Edited by skyeagle409, 29 September 2013 - 03:51 AM.