Precision Exploding Planes Of The Concrete Core Walls.
Below the distinctive smoke, dust and debris of 4 images are analyzed.
We have the following types of smoke, dust and debris typically seen;
The below images have a description of what I've identified these different smoke, dust and debris to be and how they originated in the positions seen as the towers come down.
The below image has all the characteristics of smoke dust and debris clearly shown except 3. Analysis of these dust or debris clouds and their apparent location behavior identifies the darker central plume as upwardly focused particulate primarily from the core area projecting vertically from explosives. The tower and its debris drop so fast, still photos make plumes appear as they go upwards when in fact they just go out and the center falls before outward expansion. The interior box columns were cut every third floor by custom, optimized cutting charges built into the floors and were detonated approximately every 300 milliseconds. The box column tube provided the vertical trajectory for the primarily metal particulate making the darker smoke/dust cloud over the top of the rest. To the left, arcing out and up at about 10:00, 10:30 O'clock are plumes of higher velocity particulate from the concrete core comprise of some larger hard stone aggregate. The origin of this material is from just off center Front and center is a billowy very light colored cloud of dust which appears near the facing periphery and is comprised of the components of lightweight concrete such as vermiculite, fly ash and pumice.
.Precision Exploding Planar Surfaces of the Concrete Core Walls & Containment Of Explosives During Detonations Relating To Shape Of Expanding Debris Waves.
Below again, is a very unique explosion. The red line shows a vertical valley formed in the debris because of the 2 precision, exploding planes of the core walls with perpendicular alignments (see above alignments). The debris waves are moving perpendicularly away from each other so the valley forms. The yellow line shows the adjacent ridge to the valley or the far reaches, of the parallel debris wave from the exploding plane. The exclusive very fine particulate is quite unusual in any kind of blast and denotes extremely high pressures from optimum placement combined with optimum distribution of the explosive. The eyewitness reports of the type of sound is also consistent with very well contained blasts.
The below image, the east side of WTC 2 from the north, just a second before the bottom image, there is a darker vertically oriented plume nearer the center and at higher elevation. The origin of this material appears near the center of the tower by projection of its slight angle from vertical, downward. There is an apparent perpendicularity between the vertical, taller dark plume on the right and the dark plume on the left where the slight angle off of vertical is seen again. It is proposed that the slight angle exists because the built in "cutting charges" built into the floors. The entire floor panel must be detonated when the cutting charge is initiated. However, safety in construction would dictate that adjacent panels not initiate each other, so a great deal of control could be found.
The cutting charges are immediately outside the concrete core and are detonating with the floors they are associated with. According to the lengths of steel found at ground zero, these cutting charges would be located every third floor. After their detonation the concrete core would detonate throwing the last of interior box columns and perhaps steel framework (if still connected) outward. The remnant of perimeter column seen standing in the center would be left there because no demolitions were directly placed at the exterior except for the 43rd floor where the large red arrow is located. That floor had cast concrete walls (per the 1900 documentary "The Engineering and Construction Of The Twin Towers") which housed AC ducts, fans or pumps and other mechanical associated with the elevators. The horizontal line confines a series of smaller detonations to that floor.
The distinctive valley formed between the north face and east face debris waves (see below) is explained by the precision exploding vertical planes of the concrete shear walls having the C4 coated rebar centralized in optimum containment and distribution. This is common in all 9-11 tower images at that elevation of demolition. The north side of WTC 2 was the narrow end of the rectangular core and shows a far smaller blast wave than does the eastern face. The vertical valley between debris waves is detailed below.
The debris wave of the images which show the vertical valley has a consistent characteristic. See how it is configured in the red and yellw lines fo the next image, then finc the same shape in the image below. That is the projectile quality debris is outrunning the lighter, fluffy clouds of dust which come from the floor detonations occurring ahead of the core detonations, or the heavy aggregates of the core blasts are blowing with high velocity through the billowing clouds of fine, light particulate.
The last image is WTC 2 on the east face from the south. All 4 characteristics of the smoke, dust and debris are present and uniform. Number 3 is strikingly symetrical. WTC 1 behind it is completely obscured by smoke and debris. As does the second image up of WTC a second earlier, this image on the adjacent south eastern corner shows the pronounced vertical valley of the precision exploding planes. In this image the uniformity and nearly complete ring of darker smoke over the lighter colored debris and dust shows the vertically ejected, super heated fine steel particulate of the cutting charges detonating and cutting the box columns ringing the core area. The box columns act as chimneys with forced ejection's of steel particulate until they are thrown outward by the descending core blasts. Expanding gases and displaced air from the core area force the widening column of dust upward as core detonations proceed downward.
This is all completely consistent with a very well engineered blast system of; placement, distribution and containment.
Keep in mind that cutting tempered steel columns with high explosives without optimized cutting charges looks completely different and sounds completely different from what is seen and was heard on 9-11 during what was seen here.
The following image of the Amanzafar series has all the characteristics and 3 is quite pronounced, clearly vertical and separate darker streams of smoke or particulate from other adjacent lighter semi vertical plumes of blast debris. The very vertical and darkest plume can be easily located as the south east side of the WTC1 core eastward of the lighter plume angling upward in front of it by the spire which was off the northwest corner of the core. The spire was formed by deteriorated explosives on the north side of WTC1 which case failures to detonate leaving larger pieces of floors and beams connecting interior box columns and perimeter columns. In this image interior box columns of the south east side are undergoing cutting while concrete core walls are detonating along the south and west. Smaller more billowing dust clouds from floors are seen to the right and lower which appears as the source of airborne larger debris.
This photo locates the tower core center close to the right side of the domed building to the left of WTC 1.
Below is the lower core detonation system. The detonators of the core were protected by the floors detonations by the thick core walls. The explosives on each floor formed explosive circuits connecting cutting charges and floors. Cutting charges did not penetrate deep enough into the core walls to detonate the C4 coated rebar meaning that the steel could be removed and dropped before the heavy walls of the core were detonated. This made it possible to prevent throwing the steel structure into the surrounding buildings with the massive wave of sand of grave from the thick lower core.
A gash on the south face nearing the SE corner of WTC 7 may have been caused by interior box columns being thrust horizontally outwards in the below explosion.
This is the moment the "Spire" was formed in the sequencing of structural elements. See the "Spire Sequence" page.
.Below: After the lower core detonates one corner of interior box columns still stands. What this indicates is that the cutting charges in that corner/side had deteriorated and lost viability which formed the spire. The rebar detailed on the demo page was left because of explosive coated rebar being exposed for long periods rather than a failed detonation circuit. However, the failure of the explosive circuit was probably due to the same exposure to bad weather during halted winter construction as was the exposed rebar of the core since the failures were in the same area of the tower at the same approximate elevations.
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