- I received a challenge from an engineer
on the Rapid Wall Breaching Kit (RWBK) article posted on Rense.com
http://www.rense.com/general70/hole.htm . It led me to further investigation
to answer his questions. I discovered something I had never noticed before.
The following 3 diagrams and descriptions explain what I found. It is the
most direct evidence for officials falsifying information to date at the
- Look at the 5 actual pillars in the illustration
below and how they were rated for damage. You can see the full rating descriptions
on the building diagram from the official Building Performance Report (also
- http://fire.nist.gov/bfrlpubs/build03/PDF/b03017.pdf .
You can locate pillars by cross-referencing the numbers and letters on
the side and top of the graphic. "5N North" and "3N North"
refers to the fact that the pillars right behind the exit hole are to the
north of the renovation line. 5N North is the pillar that I proposed would
have been blasted by the RWBK.
- If you look at the building diagram you
can see that the damage to the pillars generally decreases from the impact
point to the exit hole except in two areas - the two pillars right next
to what they refer to as the "opening through roof" (white rectangle)
and what should have been a blue or red pillar right behind the exit hole.
The "opening through roof" is something you can't find photos
of and the people I have spoken with won't elaborate on it. The roof there
is a second story roof and as you can see by the beige rectangle the slab
between floor 1 and floor 2 was not breached underneath that area.
- Now look at 5N North and compare it to
3N North in the comparison at the bottom of the page. They were both rated
yellow. I would suggest that anybody can see the difference between the
two and that 5N North is significantly more damaged than "cracking
and spalling". I also noticed that they did not put the exit hole
right between the pillars on the graphic as it is in reality. Why would
they misrepresent the damage to pillar 5N North unless they were hiding
something? Compare 5N North to 7D and 9C which received higher damage ratings.
- The reason I believe is because a trained
person who would have looked at this graphic and noticed the anomalous
red pillar at 5N North (after the normal decrease in damage across the
rest of the graphic) would wonder why the energy suddenly increased in
that particular spot. So they just made it yellow so as not to draw attention
to the anomaly. I firmly believe this is condemning evidence of a localized
blast at the exit hole in support of the RWBK.