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    Eckolaker Guest

    Controlled Demolition

    Last night I got an insight into controlled demolition persay.

    Many have concluded that the World Trade Center towers could not have been brought down by controlled demolition based on the estimate that hundreds of people would be needed to properly rig the towers to come down. These many individuals would be all over both buildings for several weeks. Ultimately leading to their obvious discovery, or someone within the demolition crew would come forward as a whistleblower.

    Discovery Channel had a program on last night about the USS Oriskany. This aircraft carrier was a veteran of the Korean and Vietnam wars. One of the first to be classified as an "attack carrier", the USS Oriskany was an enourmous ship designed to stay afloat no matter what. The USS orikany was to be stripped of all hazordous materials and recyclable metals, then sunk off the Florida coast to serve as an artificial reef. The company responsible for the decommissioning spent eight months cleaning the ship and stripping it bare.

    A comment I recall from one of the inspectors from the military said he had been going through the ship for three months, 7 days a week, 10 hours a day and was finding new rooms and compartments that he had previously not seen. Another interesting point was in regards to the lighting the setup in the ship so the could see while they were working. They had some 20,000 lights placed every ten feet throughout the ship. They also had 133,000 feet of electic cord running throught the ship to power the lights.
    This basically describes how massive the ship was.

    The most amazing part of the whole program was that they used controlled demolition to sink the ship. The aircraft carrier had some 22 "sea chests" throughout the ship. These "sea chests" were direct ports to the sea water. These series of valves and port holes were made of extemely dense steel, and brass. Some were 3 feet in diameter, and some of the covers were 4 inches thick. Each of these was to be rigged with explosives and detonated on a timed delay.

    Now, as a quick question. How many guys do you think it took to completely wire the ship with "det cord", place explosive charges on 22 "sea chests", setup 2 "double redundant" fire control systems(one on the ship and a backup/recorder on a support vessel), and then double check every connection to make sure it all went off without a problem?

    Okay, Okay, I know the suspense is killing you...

    It took exactly 6 Army EOD specialists 1 day to complete everything. All except the last few strands of "det cord" that would connect to live line. This was done on site, moments before the ship was sunk.

    Thats right, 6 fucking guys! It only took them a total of 10 hours.

    Now we have all seen the articles and employee statements of power downs in both towers in the weeks prior and upto the weekend before 9/11. Bomb sniffing dogs were removed, "engineer's" were seen carrying spools of "wire" into the buildings, weird security procedures had been put into place. We can only speculate at this time what was going on in those last few weeks before 9/11. It is very possible that a similar team of 6 fucking guys, spent two weeks rigging the building to come down. Especially if they had a head start. Some have put forward a good hypothesis that suggests the towers were built with explosives.

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    PhilosophyGenius Guest
    Yeah, I posted a video while back about this Dutch demolision expert saying it would have taken about around 40 people or something (I think, can't remember cuz the video was taken down) to rig WTC 7 with explosives and the detnators and all that.

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    somebigguy Guest
    How big was this ship? An aircraft carrier has got to be pretty big, in comparison to the Trade towers, would it have been bigger or smaller?

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    Eckolaker Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by somebigguy
    How big was this ship? An aircraft carrier has got to be pretty big, in comparison to the Trade towers, would it have been bigger or smaller?
    Displacement 30,800 Tons, Dimensions, 904' (oa) x 129' x 30' 6" (Max)

    So nearly as long as the towers were tall.

    No doubt the towers would have required more time and a few more people, but not that much more.

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