The official story of 9/11 states that the reason the World Trade Centre towers collapsed like they did was because the damage caused by the aircraft impact and the fires resulting combined to cause the structure to weaken and fail. In a word: I think that's bullshit! The following is an example of the truth squirting through the floodgates of the lie, if you're willing to analyse it:
I tuned in to watch a TV show a few weeks ago called The Man Who Predicted 9/11. I was expecting it to be about some kind of psychic, but it wasn't. I was disappointed, but I kept watching; and I'm glad I did! The programme told the story of Rick Rescorla, a security guard for Morgan and Stanley, in the South Tower of the WTC. He was a very diligent who was always planning for emergency evacuation and guessed correctly that a kamikaze-style attack on the building by aircraft was a possibility. He was also a very brave. He kept going back into his offices at the burning WTC to evacuate all the staff and refused to leave because there were still some people trapped on the upper floors. Eventually he perished when the tower collapsed with him still inside it. The interesting part in this heroic tale was when they described Rescorla's last words. He was on the 71st floor trying to rescue the chairman, who was trapped in his executive suite, and he telephoned his wife to say he would be getting out of the building as soon as he'd accomplished this final task. But the tower fell a few minutes after he'd hung up. Wait a sec! Rescorla was on the 71st floor. The plane hit around the 78th floor. Therefore Rescorla must have been just a few floors below the burning section. This means that the 71st floor was still viable just minutes before the building collapsed due to fire damage. Impossible, if the official story was true! If the fire damage was so extensive that it caused the tower to collapse then there's no way Rescora, even if he'd been equipped with a fireman's protective clothing, would have been able to enter the 71st floor without being incinerated on the spot.