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1326Why No One Could Have Predicted The Collapse Of WTC 7

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  • Paul Joseph Watson
    Mar 1, 2007
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      Why No One Could Have Predicted The Collapse Of WTC 7
      Building was specifically designed to have floors removed without collapsing
      Steve Watson
      Thursday, March 1, 2007
      This week has seen a cornucopia of news come pouring forth with regards to what happened to World Trade Center building 7 on September 11th 2001. The catalyst for this has been the discovery that the BBC reported the building had collapsed a full thirty minutes before it actually fell on 9/11.

      The BBC, instead of attempting to explain how it could have reported this, has attempted to both evade and cloud the issue. The truth is that no one could have possibly predicted the building would collapse and here's why.

      Aside from the fact that previous to 9/11 no steel framed building in history had ever collapsed due to fire damage, Building 7, otherwise known as the Salomon Brothers building, was intentionally designed to allow large portions of floors to be permanently removed without weakening the structural integrity of the building.