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[[Special:ListFiles|All files stored locally]]<br>
 
[[Special:ListFiles|All files stored locally]]<br>
  
[https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0BxhHk-kM0huWdzN1dC14ajNYYnM&usp=sharing Files on Google Drive] (the file names won't mean much, so it's probably easier to search for any documents you need on here)
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[https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0BxhHk-kM0huWdzN1dC14ajNYYnM&usp=sharing Files on Google Drive] (the file names won't mean much, so it's probably easier to search for any documents you need on here)<br>
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[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCG0I7wnyDSFVixA9yuVQAEA YouTube channel]<br>
  
 
====WTC 1/2 Property Condition Assessment Reports====
 
====WTC 1/2 Property Condition Assessment Reports====
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[https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxhHk-kM0huWbmZ2SUZlWEhPeFk/edit?usp=sharing Condition report on WTC2]
 
[https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxhHk-kM0huWbmZ2SUZlWEhPeFk/edit?usp=sharing Condition report on WTC2]
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[https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxhHk-kM0huWT09kNXViLVhBYms/edit?usp=sharing Fire engineering assessment on WTC1/ WTC2]
  
 
Originally sourced by a 911blogger poster:  
 
Originally sourced by a 911blogger poster:  
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One report is a fire engineering assessment completed by Burro Happold in February of 2000. The other two reports were property condition assessments done by Merritt & Harris, Inc. a year or so prior to 9/11. These reports together total hundreds of pages, and I want them widely released so they can be analyzed in light of the NIST reports on the collapses of the Twin Towers. Note that the Merritt & Harris reports are very large files.<br>http://www.911blogger.com/node/19680}}
 
One report is a fire engineering assessment completed by Burro Happold in February of 2000. The other two reports were property condition assessments done by Merritt & Harris, Inc. a year or so prior to 9/11. These reports together total hundreds of pages, and I want them widely released so they can be analyzed in light of the NIST reports on the collapses of the Twin Towers. Note that the Merritt & Harris reports are very large files.<br>http://www.911blogger.com/node/19680}}
 
  
 
====WTC footage====
 
====WTC footage====
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#1. The 26-minute "What we saw" movie] taken by Bob and Bri shows the burning towers, part of the collapse, and the aftermath. They didn't capture either WTC impact or the collapse initiation, though.<br>
 
#1. The 26-minute "What we saw" movie] taken by Bob and Bri shows the burning towers, part of the collapse, and the aftermath. They didn't capture either WTC impact or the collapse initiation, though.<br>
 
#2. General footage around the WTC, starting at 8:56, and including the sound of the second crash. Probably nothing important here but I'm including it "just in case".<br>
 
#2. General footage around the WTC, starting at 8:56, and including the sound of the second crash. Probably nothing important here but I'm including it "just in case".<br>
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#3. This is reportedly raw news footage of the WTC collapses. We found the footage posted online so can't vouch for it, but are including it here anyway, just for reference.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 00:10, 28 September 2014

The site has had a number of files, for many years, which haven't been referenced on any of the pages. That seems a shame, so I'm going to link them here. It's going to be a mess for a while - perhaps a very long while - as I won't even try to organise them until everything is done, but I'll sort it out eventually.

All files stored locally

Files on Google Drive (the file names won't mean much, so it's probably easier to search for any documents you need on here)

YouTube channel

WTC 1/2 Property Condition Assessment Reports

Condition report on WTC1

Condition report on WTC2

Fire engineering assessment on WTC1/ WTC2

Originally sourced by a 911blogger poster:


WTC footage

  1. 1. The 26-minute "What we saw" movie] taken by Bob and Bri shows the burning towers, part of the collapse, and the aftermath. They didn't capture either WTC impact or the collapse initiation, though.
  2. 2. General footage around the WTC, starting at 8:56, and including the sound of the second crash. Probably nothing important here but I'm including it "just in case".
  3. 3. This is reportedly raw news footage of the WTC collapses. We found the footage posted online so can't vouch for it, but are including it here anyway, just for reference.