How did two 110 story skyscrapers, weighing in at 1.2 million tons, collapse into their own footprint in 10 seconds at free fall speed, turn to dust, and float away? The debris pile was only 2 stories tall when there should have been around 30-40 stories of rubble.
Instead, there was mostly dust. This has never happened before. When buildings collapse or are blown up, there is rubble and big slabs of concrete and furniture and file cabinets.
On 911, there was none of these, just dust. This is a profoundly significant clue.
What could pulverize concrete into .01 microns of dust, finer than talcum powder? How much energy is needed for such a gargantuan feat?