Comment: "no evidence of controlled demolition was found"?

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"no evidence of controlled demolition was found"?

What about A&E for 9/11 Truth that found evidence of nanothermite by spectrometer debris analysis? Sure, we can question their conclusions, methodology and trustworthiness etc. I don't know, I'm not a scientist and I wasn't physically there to monitor their processes from start to finish to definitively know for sure.

That's just one example. My point is that it would be irresponsible to make a blanket assertion that there was "no evidence" when clearly there is, regardless of what we individually choose to believe is true or not.

For me, the thing I have the hardest wrapping my head around is the near free-fall speed and symmetrical collapse into the footprint of all three buildings. Again, I'm not a scientist but I would expect the top-half of each building to kink at the asymmetrically damaged areas and topple over, with minimal damage to the lower portion. Or, at the very least visually witness a rapid deceleration of collapse that is easily reproduced with a basic experiment of physics (Example: here).

I have yet to hear a convincing argument that explains these anomalies.

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