Message - Re: World Trade Center Buildings

    Responses | Architecture Forum | Architecture Students | Architecture Scrapbook | ArchitectureWeek    

Posted by  Per Corell on December 26, 2002 at 01:37:35:

In Reply to:  Re: World Trade Center Buildings posted by Richard Haut on December 25, 2002 at 15:12:25:

Now this is not the only way to se it , there are many aspects, like who earn most with terror. Do small arms traders profit from the unstability in a region enough to finance terror , is even a small profit enough to trigger a terror assult. Sorry to say what's been on my mind, but the idear that the main attack looked as a party of different interests, and the thing about the telefon calls coming from one plane only, maby is investigated or is it. You can easyli place leads of a scenery people _want to se ; are aeroplanes directed by pilots all the time.
Now there was an airbus going down shortly after the attacks, othervise the involved planes were Boeings, ------ the Airbus loss was never solved, and the fight about if planes shuld be more automated, and more expensive as the Airbus, this discussion just suddenly surfaced just after 9/11. Like no one asked why one plane was zig-zaging it's caurse and the others flew in strait lines.
You are right that there are many dull aspects, but what will happen, if the truth turn out to be very different, than the leads did show.
What if the main or just part interest are chaos ,so more arms can be sold in some distant part of the world. What if somone said, you can have the towers as long I can finally hit pentagon.

ArchitectureWeek     Search     Buildings     Architects     Types     Places     Pix     Free 3D Models     Store     Library

Search by name of Building, Architect, or Place:   
Examples:  "Fallingwater",  "Wright",  "Paris"           Advanced Search


Post a Response -



This is an archive page. Please post continuing discussion to the new Architecture Forums.

To post successfully to the new membership-based DesignCommunity Forums:

    1) Go to the new forums area.
    2) Register with a valid email address.
    3) Receive and respond to the confirmation email.
    4) Then login to the new forum system.


Special thanks to our Sustaining Subscribers including .

Home | Great Buildings | CAD Outpost | DesignWorkshop | Free 3D | Gallery | Search | ArchitectureWeek
This document is provided for on-line viewing only. /discussion/24474.html