Fred Dietz1 day ago I’m going to say “inadequate sheer studs”, as there was already an Iranian architect on Press TV saying that Plasco Building (Iran’s first high-rise) was never built inline with “national construction regulations”. But that’s also a world of difference from WTC 7, which had over 3,800 sheer studs that were inspected every year by NYC (and this was revealed in a 2012 FOIA). NIST outright lied in their report and said WTC 7 didn’t have any sheer studs.
T Wayland5 hours ago Fred Dietz in another video i saw about this they were talking about how the building had needed repairs for years.
Ariane Kosmolowski1 day ago This is not a symmetrical collapse as seen in WTC7. Different parts of the building collapse one after another. It also takes a while, and this is only 17 stories.
Ted Huntington1 day ago yeah it is from one side to the other- like a "triangle" collapse. Look how there are some initial detonations, a pause of a few seconds, a large detonation, another pause of a few seconds, then the sequential detonations. Why oh why do we know that no evidence of explosives will be found.
ouchyg1 day ago (edited) Classic controlled demolition signs. Detonator flashes 0:46, explosive ejections 0:08, explosive streamers, and explosions 1:03. From nearly every angle lateral energy releases before the building displayed any vertical motion (begins to collapse). This wasn't caused by just fire. I wonder what this is all about?
TEHRAN BUILDING COLLAPSE: INVESTIGATORS MUST CONSIDER EXPLOSIVES
Earlier today, AE911Truth released a statement in response to yesterday’s tragic collapse of the iconic Plasco Building in Tehran, Iran, which reportedly claimed dozens of lives. The 17-story high-rise had large fires that burned for some 3 ½ hours before it suddenly came crashing to the ground.
Other Collapses in Perspective