Why Didn’t the Grenfell Towers Collapse After Burning for Over 12 Hours?

Lionel Nation

Published on Jun 14, 2017

At least six people have died and more than 50 are being treated in hospital after a huge fire engulfed a tower block in west London in the early hours of the morning. The Metropolitan police said it expected the number of fatalities to rise further, as a result of what Commander Stuart Cundy called a “truly shocking” fire at Grenfell Tower in the Latimer Road area, near Notting Hill, the Guardian reports. But isn’t it amazing the building never collapsed. After all, it was a fire that burned for over 12 hours.

That’s funny, because bldg. 7 fell down just by being next to a building on fire. That is so weird.

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2 Responses to “Why Didn’t the Grenfell Towers Collapse After Burning for Over 12 Hours?”

  1. sovereigntea says:

    Rather obviously there were no W54 pit based re-engineered nukes planted in the tower and doubly insured Larry Silverstein had not designed its replacement prior to demolition.

    “We got the designs. And the first design meeting was in April of 2000. And construction began shortly thereafter, in 2002”

    • ian says:

      Hi sovereigntea, any links please, I’m interested in that idea. I briefly saw an article suspecting that and it explain how they went down like a roman candle, I haven’t seen any real sources though.

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