It is apparent that someone hasn’t done their homework because I have pointed out that thermite does not cause explosions so you have allowed yourself to be misled by misinformation and disinformation if you believe explosions should be present immediately preceding collapse.
Apparently you are unaware that firefighters attributed the explosions to secondary devices on 9/11.
No I didn’t.
You missed this: -
The two questions with which I began my research have now been answered:
(1) Griffin’s 31 witnesses to explosions in the FDNY oral histories are a subset of a much larger body of witnesses, which I have estimated as having 118 members.
(2) Support for non-explosive collapse is present in this material but is scarce. I have found ten witnesses.
I do not know whether the FDNY witnesses constitute a representative sample of 9/11 witnesses, but it is possible that they do. Certainly, there is no lack of testimony to explosions from those outside the FDNY, and I see no obvious reason why firefighters and medics would be more prone than others to feel that they were witnessing explosions. If they constitute a representative sample, then a minimum of 23% of all witnesses to the Towers’ collapses appear to have perceived, or thought they perceived, explosions that brought down the Towers.
The implications of this for our understanding of September 11, 2001 are very, very serious.
Now what have I said about thermite?