9/11 Mysteries Part 1: Demolition Film Summary

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9/11 Mysteries Part 1: Demolition is a film about alternative theories on the happenings of September 11th, 2001. Specifically, the movie focuses on the many incongruities regarding the collapse of the World Trade Centre. We learn that on September 11th, four passenger planes were hijacked and radically forced off course. Alarmed by the news, the American public became of the idea that the fires in the towers were so hot, melting the steel frames of the buildings, although this was not in the official reports. The film makes a claim that the Twin Towers were constructed to withstand the impact of the planes that crashed into it. Therefore, the buildings should have endured the Boeing 767 crashes. The film further makes the claim that the planes were not optimally fueled to result in a fire that would have melted the steel of the buildings.

There is also the assertion that fire caused by the planes' impact at the World Trade Centre was not as extensive as thought and could have been extinguished by two water lines, which disputes FEMAs Executive Summary. According to the film, the building was burning with Oxygen starved fire; hence, the smoke indicates that the fire was not severe to cause widespread damage to the buildings. There is a further implication that a steel building cannot collapse as a result of a fire. 9/11 Mysteries Part 1: Demolitions debunks the official narrative of the film that the temperature in the building was not high to cause the meltdown of the building. Instead, based on the accounts of various eyewitnesses in the buildings at the time of the tragedy, the collapse was caused by explosions, a sign of controlled demolitions of the buildings.

There is also the reference to Thomas Eagar's paper on the events of 9/11 to support claims that fire could not have resulted in the melting of the steel by recognizing the writing as an "academic standard." The manner in which the buildings collapsed, the time within they did, and the resulting damage is also questionable. The fact that some of the debris of the film were flung far from the site of the plane crash is used as a testament that some explosives were involved in the collapse of the buildings.

9/11 Mysteries Part 1: Demolitions contends that the fire in the building was a result of thermite, which led to the melting of the steel structures of the buildings and the fire to burn at the site of the plane crash some weeks later. The treatise, Steven Jones on the ruin of the Twin Towers, a professor at the Brigham Young University is introduced to corroborate the theory that thermite was used in the controlled demolitions of the buildings. Other sources are also brought in to back up this theory, including a video from a television show from the United Kingdom, Brainiac.

A speculation that the steel at the World Trade Centre was taken away from the site of the World Trade Centre to cover up evidence pointing to controlled demolitions is raised. The fact that the collapse of the building resulted in the vaporization of many buildings is further queried. The film ends by demanding that the real truth behind the 9/11 attacked be revealed. 

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