From 0:50-0:59, Lather is flows out of the east face of WTC7. It appears to be pulled out, as it is not freely flowing out of the open windows on the north face of WTC7 (toward the camera).
From 1:01 onward shows the toasted cars up West Broadway. From 1:00-end, ToastedCars up West Broadway.
At 1:45, the reporter is looking across Barclay Street at the north face of WTC7. The building he was in was sheltered from the WTC Tower destructions by WTC7. So what took out every window?
At 4:05, the window frame and glass (on the north face of WTC7) appear to have small flames on them.
At 4:30, lather flowing from the east face of WTC7 appears to be pulled out rather than pushed out as it does not freely flow through open windows.
At 4:40, the camera views the toasted cars on West Broadway that were toasted before WTC7 went poof.
At 5:06, the reporter is standing across the from WTC7, looking south (looking at the north face of WTC7).
When the signal is turned on, drops of water levitate and fall back down. As soon as the signal is turned off, the water is immediately calm.
The appearance of "fire" usually occurs just after the signal has been turned off. Note the segment from 1:20-1:30.
The toasted cars appeared to light up just after the towers were destroyed -- and while it was still dark from the dust blocking out all sunlight.
At 1:40 there is the appearance of fire just as the signal is turned off.
Bill Hemmer CNN with Governor Pataki.
At 2:48,Gov. Pataki says "There's still fire underneath," then goes on to describe workers standing right over the "fire."
At 3:14, Governor Pataki says points to Bankers Trust and says that "Structurally it is sound."
John Gross of NIST is asked about the myth of "molten metal." He said that he has seen no evidence of this "molten metal" that has been rumored.
Contact information for John Gross and other NIST team leaders can be found at the NIST website.
In one of his first "papers," Dr. Steven Jones published the above image with the caption, "Workers evidently peering into the hot 'core' under the WTC rubble." This image helped promote the myth of "molten metal."
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