WTC Complex Was Empty on 911

911 The Hollow Towers_001__A Truth Soldier

Uploaded on Nov 6, 2010

William Rodriguez was a guest on the ‘Power Hour'(Sept 20th 2010), with Captain Joyce Riley, giving his story when I called in with a question that made the Captain uncomfortable enough to mute my audio….

45,000 desks,45,000 chairs,245 Acres of Carpeting ,40,000 File Cabinets,40,000 Cubicles,75,000 Telephones,50,000 Staplers,20,000 miles of wiring,300 Mainframe computers,45,000 Computer monitors,45,000 Keyboards,45,000 mice/computer aid,650 Fire Extinguishers,3000 Copy Machines, 2000 Water Coolers, 3000 Printers, 20,000 doors, 40,000 door knobs, 450 Refrigerators, 5000 Snack and Soda vending machines, 3000 Wallets & purses,3000 Employee ID cards (Required after 1993 bombing),3000 Employee personal cell phones…..VAPORIZED!?!?!?!

Fresh Kills (Landfill) – WTC Debris Burial Ground, pt. 1…

Lets Roll Forums:…

Source of the WTC image:….

‘DIVIDED WE STAND’ by Eric Darton (1999)

An interview of Eric Darton on Business Week: … 5_9477.htm

Eric Darton published in 1999 the most comprehensive ‘biography’ of the WTC twin towers. Please note that Darton is certainly no ‘conspiracy theorist’ – as his book only traces the towers’ history from their birth up to 1999. However, it turns out to provide invaluable clues as to how the towers’ tenants might have been ‘controlled’ – so to speak – after the first 1993 “Al-Qaeda” bombing. ‘Divided We Stand’ is also a treasure trove for anyone interested in the wheelings and dealings that – historically – have characterized these most cumbersome, asbestos-laced and strongly disliked buildings.

I have synthesized the most interesting facts listed in the book; here they are – followed by selected extracts of “Divided We Stand”:

“In 1985, when New York State moved most of its offices out, Dean Witter consolidated its operations in twenty-four floors of Tower 2 under a twenty-year lease. Visiting the brokerage and investment firm’s offices and cafeterias, one invariably found them spotlessly maintained. But on adjacent floors, particularly those with multiple tenants, the paint was dingy, the carpets were stained, fixtures remained broken, and burned-out fluorescent lights went unreplaced, as did discolored ceiling tiles. And the listing of a company on the directory did not reliably indicate that a company was still there.”

2- FOLLOWING THE 1993 BOMBING, 50,000 workers were displaced and 350 tenants were RELOCATED OUTSIDE THE WTC.
“The February 1993 blast in the basement of the World Trade Center killed 6 people, injured 1,000 others, displaced 50,000 workers, and threw 900 Vista Hotel and Windows on the World employees out of work, but it also provided a modest boost for the regional economy. This, at any rate, was the conclusion the Port Authority came to in an April 1993 report released six weeks after the bombing. (…) For the agency, this silver lining was due in part to the ease with which the 350 bombed-out trade center tenants could be moved into abundant vacant office space nearby.”

“The Port Authority closed out the 1990s with a stream of press releases announcing the rental of unimaginably huge quantities of trade center office space to “cutting-edge” firms like Sun Microsystems. Yet around the complex a million square feet stood empty, and the buildings originally intended as great catalyzing chambers of world trade were, by degrees, transforming into a kind of disjunctive real estate layer-cake. One story above the carpeted, wood-paneled offices of a Japanese securities firm, a group of artists filled bare walls with boldly colored images and hung sculptures from the exposed ceiling girders of a vast echoing cavern. As part of a Lower Manhattan Cultural Council program that turned some of the vacant space in the towers over to artists rent-free, 40,000 square feet of concrete floor lay paint-spattered and strewn with the raw materials of a creative urge that has never been easily reconciled with the imperatives of a bottom line. ”



Yes absolutely the towers were empty… Have you ever seen the photo that was done with the sun going down behind the towers? Where you could see the sun light shine right through the completely empty walls or anything inside…
Yes, when the towers were being built someone took a photo with the sun shining through the building. Did you notice the construction crane on top of one of the towers? Do you think that it was there on 9/11? No, because the photo was taken 30 years before! You “truthers” are a special kind of stupid.
+Dalephredd You are the stupid one.. do some math ..they claimed each building had approximately 25 thousand people times two..50,000 people.. how many transit buses would that be?
How many hours would it of taken for that many people to evacuate? Oh and do realize the elevators were shut done upon impact..
then take from the 2900 victims, the first res-ponders, police, fire, ambulance crews etc..
then take the passenger count out..what do you end up with?
an impossibly small number of people from the towers..
so who is stupid now? Geez those non truthers are so stupid…
and that looks like a window cleaning and maintenance crane..
+Hoax Busters Call Because the so-called “collapse” – was a pre-recorded tape shown as live on american television, with some animation and special effects (they probably did used the footage of a pyroclastic flow from a volcano). No real footage of the real demolition exists. Two towers went down suddenly and unexpectedly in a regular fashion bottom-to-top detonations, in a pre-evacuated Manhattan, so nobody would have any reasons to film it. All of the 9/11 footage shown to us on television was pre-recorded. It took them years to produce it.


Uploaded on Sep 1, 2010

This is a re-post of a video; no victims on 9/11 2001.

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2 thoughts on “WTC Complex Was Empty on 911”

  1. September Clues and Let’s Roll Forums have both been exhaustively through the premise that the towers were empty or hollow.

    I, personally, could get on board with the notion that they were under-occupied and a large exodus after 1993. Even that the towers weren’t completed on purpose, because it would have wrecked the real estate market in NYC when thousands of cheap office space in the towers became available.

    However, what is totally ~not~ convincing in that argument is the picture that you have re-purposed for this posting and put “911 The Hollow Towers” on.

    Why? Physics. Specifically, refraction. Look it up. It is the ability of light to bend around an object.

    The argument for hollow towers is that — seemingly — you don’t see many floors in that image of bright sunlight.

    But do you know what else you don’t see in that image and that you know was there? The vertical beams of the wall assemblies. All before and after pictures from this particular shot show the steel beams of the wall assemblies. Even the destructive aftermath of 9/11 shows these steel beams, sometimes within in-tact wall assemblies. For point of reference, the steel beams of the wall assemblies made up 50% of the face of a side of a building, with window slits being the other 50%.

    So why are all of those steel beams gone from this picture, too, except at the corners? Light refraction.

    Light refracted around the steel beams, that we know was there. Logic tells us that light could have refracted around the floors in this picture, although not completely. In fact, we see in this picture more evidence of floors than we do of the external wall assemblies.

    Conclusion: This photo can’t be used to prove the towers were hollow or empty.

    And if you need an explanation for the lack of debris, fourth generation nuclear devices.


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  2. Please.. Your long scientific sounding commentary is misleading..
    I am a photographer and I know all about light refraction..
    That argument means nothing here..
    The photo clearly shows there are no interior walls.. If there were there would of been no light coming through..


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