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On 11 September, 1991, the world witnessed - via television - the two main towers of the World Trade Centre being hit by two Boeing airliner planes, followed thereafter by the subsequent almost-total destruction of the buildings, literally into dust. But the physics didn't add up: how did two planes of titanium - from wing-tip to wing-tip, and from nose to tail - cut through structures of toughened steel and concrete, like a hot knife through butter? Such an act would defy the laws of physics. The answer: the planes existed only through computer-generation for our TV screens.
9/11: The Great American Psy-Opera filmmaker and special-effects expert Alexander 'Ace' Baker, aka Collin Alexander, presents the case for a complete absence of airplanes in the destruction of the twin towers. Told over eight episodes, the hypothesis is demonstrated to explain countless anomalies: the act of relatively light and weak titanium airplane wings cutting through steel and concrete, leaving behind a ...
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