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I was only stating thinking points, and I know that even a big nuke won’t destroy an area forever.

I also don't get my understanding of what's possible from movies. I mention them because many times they actually drive technology. The cell phone is one example of that (not from the shoe).

It’s true that they waste billions, and in many areas are using commercial technology.

But, don't be fooled by the propaganda that they are barely able to keep up in the fast passed world. Bleeding edge tech is way more advanced than you might suspect. The Cray supercomputer, designed in the 70's, is a laptop compared to bleeding edge. 3D printers are becoming commonplace. Low power lasers are commonplace, and small cutting lasers can be had for 10,000.

The military doesn’t have to waste money on all tech, they do have a key to the patent office.

I'm not suggesting a space ray gun did it either. I'm simply suggesting that there was more than one method used to bring down the towers. It stands to reason, and the evidence, in my mind.

A "mini-nuke" of some kind doesn’t violate the laws of physics.
You should check out Richard Feynman’s lecture on miniaturization.

I am open to the evidence, whatever it might be. There is not much of it and what there is seems contradictory in places, hence the problems. ;)

Just open the box and see