Other WTC Building Collapses:
WTC 6 and WTC 7

The North and the South Towers (a.k.a. WTC 1 and WTC 2 respectively) were not the only buildings to collapse. The image at left (from The Blockbuster) shows the WTC complex after the collapses and the arrangement of the buildings before their destruction.

Here's a view (at right) of the area after the collapses (the perspective is 90 degrees clockwise from the first image):

WTC 6 is the (demolished) building with the hole in the middle of it at the bottom left corner of the plaza. WTC 7 once stood in the area immediately down and to the left of it.

Click on the image at left for a close-up of WTC 6. This building was apparently destroyed because it was hit by rubble from the collapse of the North Tower, though it looks like what would result from a huge explosion in the basement of the building. [Note added 2012-02-15: The Anonymous physicist says in this article that one witness's "statements also indicate that WTC6 likely was itself destroyed by a micro-nuke which is further evidenced by its one large spherical hole."]

WTC 7, although damaged slightly by falling rubble, stood for about six hours on September 11th, then around 5 p.m. it suddenly fell. No official explanation for this has ever been given. This building was completely destroyed, and came down in the manner of a controlled demolition. Although WTC 6 appears to have been destroyed by an explosion from within, it is the manner in which WTC 7 was destroyed that constitutes one of the proofs that 9/11 was an inside job. Videos of its destruction clearly show that it came down exactly in the manner of a controlled demolition. This cannot have been the work of 19 Arab hijackers, nor of Osama bin Laden supervising events from his cave in Afghanistan. The destruction of WTC 7 was brought about by demolition experts — American demolition experts.

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