It's pretty common that they do, actually, particularly the type of construction used in those kinds of high-rise buildings. In fact, the building is designed to preferntially fail this way specifcially because you want it to drop in its footprint if at all possible. Demolition teams love bringing down these types of buildings because there is an amazing amount of room for error in planning the charges in order to bring the building down within its footprint. In the WTC towers this was made much easier by the fact that the structural integrity across the entire floors that were engulfed was being compromised and so once the first portion gave way it was all but inevitable that the sections nearby would give and so on creating a cascading failure across the floor that dropped everything above it almost straight downward with the design of the towers themselves acting to stabilize the progression.This is not a conspiracy theory. This is physics.
A damaged building does not collapse straight downwards on to its footprint.
On 9/11 three buildings did exactly the same thing.
Perhaps all conspiracy theories...If we forbid discussions of overunity and HHO we should sanction tis topic as well.
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