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So here is the condo being blown up.

 
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Very sad. One of the two pet cats still in the building went tumbling through the air.

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Lol bruh...



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As above so below
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Very sad. One of the two pet cats still in the building went tumbling through the air.

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well, it looks like an animal o.o
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Re: So here is the condo being blown up.
anyone can see that was no sinkhole.
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I'll try to find the article I read that said that a woman's husband was out of state on business. She was talking with him on the phone while looking out the window. He said she told him she just watched the pool sink. Then the phone went dead. She's one of the missing.

Since the collapse happened in the early morning hours, she must have been looking down at the pool, which is lit up at night.
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How many pools did this place have? One pool looked visually intact after the initial collapse.
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I saw the same bright flashes on the security camera footage of the initial collapse.
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That was lighning. In the sky above the building. I remember seeing that, too.
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anyone can see that was no sinkhole.
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I'll try to find the article I read that said that a woman's husband was out of state on business. She was talking with him on the phone while looking out the window. He said she told him she just watched the pool sink. Then the phone went dead. She's one of the missing.

Since the collapse happened in the early morning hours, she must have been looking down at the pool, which is lit up at night.
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this call was dismissed by many.
As never having happened, similar to the phone call on 9/11 that never happened.

in that scenario, a woman lawyer and CNN commentator called her husband from the plane that was headed toward DC. Her call started the boxcutter narrative.

Boeing denied that that plane had any technology for passengers to call from.

her and his cell phone records show no conversation.

In any case, cell phones don't work above a very low altitude.

they want us to believe, though.
we only have each other. And that makes us rich.. . .

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anyone can see that was no sinkhole.
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I'll try to find the article I read that said that a woman's husband was out of state on business. She was talking with him on the phone while looking out the window. He said she told him she just watched the pool sink. Then the phone went dead. She's one of the missing.

Since the collapse happened in the early morning hours, she must have been looking down at the pool, which is lit up at night.
 Quoting: nutmeg


How many pools did this place have? One pool looked visually intact after the initial collapse.
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I have no idea.
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Demolition video from another angle


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You guys making more of this than it is are ASSHOLES and do not help the investigative community.

The building had huge amounts of saltwater periodically in the garage under the building. That destroys steel reinforced concrete after time. This was a disaster that was decades in the making.

As for the quick demolition? They did no environmental prep or salvage, they only needed to wire columns on one or two floors. All the BS work was eliminated because it was an emergency order.

I live down here and have seen the problems involved with these buildings on the coast. You will see quite a few more abandoned in the near future.

In fact what is coming is what you should be talking about. This will drastically affect the market for high end condos down here.

In the late 1920's Florida had one of the largest land booms experienced in the US to that time. One ship being grounded and blocking the Miami Channel and then shortly later a devastating hurricane brought that developmental house of cards to an abrupt collapse. Things didn't perk up again down here for over two decades after that.
 Quoting: G. House


I heard they used beach sand to make the concrete! As if the beach sand wasn't full of salt!
A whole new level of fuckery
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So far, I found this article (below) about the woman on the phone with her husband. This article says nothing about the pool. I KNOW the first article I read said she saw the pool sink. Now I'm wondering if the journalist/media had that all wrong. They always get initial reports wrong.

Missing woman made phone call to her husband as Surfside condo collapsed
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They dropped it on the collapsed part and sky news said "The rescue teams are looking forward to getting back to looking for survivors." It literally just crushed anyone left alive in there.
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You guys making more of this than it is are ASSHOLES and do not help the investigative community.

The building had huge amounts of saltwater periodically in the garage under the building. That destroys steel reinforced concrete after time. This was a disaster that was decades in the making.

As for the quick demolition? They did no environmental prep or salvage, they only needed to wire columns on one or two floors. All the BS work was eliminated because it was an emergency order.

I live down here and have seen the problems involved with these buildings on the coast. You will see quite a few more abandoned in the near future.

In fact what is coming is what you should be talking about. This will drastically affect the market for high end condos down here.

In the late 1920's Florida had one of the largest land booms experienced in the US to that time. One ship being grounded and blocking the Miami Channel and then shortly later a devastating hurricane brought that developmental house of cards to an abrupt collapse. Things didn't perk up again down here for over two decades after that.
 Quoting: G. House


LOL yeah right. Thousands of condos lining the shore not a single problem until now, this one just happened to implode just like Building 7 did of supposed fires LOL. A sink hole or corrosion would not have led to this type of destruction. Nature doesn't cause controlled demolition type results, only man does.
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Here's the article about the pool "sinking" as the missing woman was on the phone with her husband.

"....when she frantically called her husband and described the massive sinkhole that had once been the building's swimming pool beneath their unit."

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anyone can see that was no sinkhole.
 Quoting: Mac34


I'll try to find the article I read that said that a woman's husband was out of state on business. She was talking with him on the phone while looking out the window. He said she told him she just watched the pool sink. Then the phone went dead. She's one of the missing.

Since the collapse happened in the early morning hours, she must have been looking down at the pool, which is lit up at night.
 Quoting: nutmeg


How many pools did this place have? One pool looked visually intact after the initial collapse.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 80298192


I have no idea.
 Quoting: nutmeg


All B.S. cover stories. Had nothing to do with pool.
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Re: So here is the condo being blown up.
You guys making more of this than it is are ASSHOLES and do not help the investigative community.

The building had huge amounts of saltwater periodically in the garage under the building. That destroys steel reinforced concrete after time. This was a disaster that was decades in the making.

As for the quick demolition? They did no environmental prep or salvage, they only needed to wire columns on one or two floors. All the BS work was eliminated because it was an emergency order.

I live down here and have seen the problems involved with these buildings on the coast. You will see quite a few more abandoned in the near future.

In fact what is coming is what you should be talking about. This will drastically affect the market for high end condos down here.

In the late 1920's Florida had one of the largest land booms experienced in the US to that time. One ship being grounded and blocking the Miami Channel and then shortly later a devastating hurricane brought that developmental house of cards to an abrupt collapse. Things didn't perk up again down here for over two decades after that.
 Quoting: G. House


The building had obviously blown away support columns before collapse in a video that even the Miami Herald posted. Ignoring that is being an ASSHOLE.

I win, ASSHOLE.
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Judge rejected families requests to save pets before Florida condo demolished.
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They should have taken those pets with them. Would they have left children behind? And many people regard their pets as children. Have carriers for them or just carry them. If you leave them then shame on you. You can’t go back to get them.
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I live in Thailand and we haven't had a condo collapse despite the really shoddy construction work that is carried out. We have nothing like the US health and safety standards or quality materials.
Same goes for India, Bangladesh, Cambodia and dozens of other third world or developing countries which all have plenty of coastal buildings and skyscrapers.
You hear of the occasional collapse but it always amazes me that there are not more building collapses.
So when I heard of the one in Miami it immediately smells fishy. If it's a common problem of saltwater and bad design then there should be dozens of buildings falling down in Miami and other coastal US areas.
Doesn't seem like we have the whole story.
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Yes it does. It could be a means of emptying out old high rises and buildings in general to build something new. And just to get rid of the clutter on the beaches.
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They dropped it on the collapsed part and sky news said "The rescue teams are looking forward to getting back to looking for survivors." It literally just crushed anyone left alive in there.
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Exactly they could have dropped the building ANY TIME prior to any hurricane coming rather than doing it now so hastily. Did it not occur to anyone that if the collapse was caused naturally no one would have been allowed near the debris field since at any time the remaining structure could have fallen the same way unpredictably? The fact dozens of people were walking on the pile the day after meant there was NO THREAT of the other part collapsing meaning the first collapse was man made and they knew there was no threat.
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You guys making more of this than it is are ASSHOLES and do not help the investigative community.

The building had huge amounts of saltwater periodically in the garage under the building. That destroys steel reinforced concrete after time. This was a disaster that was decades in the making.

As for the quick demolition? They did no environmental prep or salvage, they only needed to wire columns on one or two floors. All the BS work was eliminated because it was an emergency order.

I live down here and have seen the problems involved with these buildings on the coast. You will see quite a few more abandoned in the near future.

In fact what is coming is what you should be talking about. This will drastically affect the market for high end condos down here.

In the late 1920's Florida had one of the largest land booms experienced in the US to that time. One ship being grounded and blocking the Miami Channel and then shortly later a devastating hurricane brought that developmental house of cards to an abrupt collapse. Things didn't perk up again down here for over two decades after that.
 Quoting: G. House


LOL yeah right. Thousands of condos lining the shore not a single problem until now, this one just happened to implode just like Building 7 did of supposed fires LOL. A sink hole or corrosion would not have led to this type of destruction. Nature doesn't cause controlled demolition type results, only man does.
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Pretty much.
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You guys making more of this than it is are ASSHOLES and do not help the investigative community.

The building had huge amounts of saltwater periodically in the garage under the building. That destroys steel reinforced concrete after time. This was a disaster that was decades in the making.

As for the quick demolition? They did no environmental prep or salvage, they only needed to wire columns on one or two floors. All the BS work was eliminated because it was an emergency order.

I live down here and have seen the problems involved with these buildings on the coast. You will see quite a few more abandoned in the near future.

In fact what is coming is what you should be talking about. This will drastically affect the market for high end condos down here.

In the late 1920's Florida had one of the largest land booms experienced in the US to that time. One ship being grounded and blocking the Miami Channel and then shortly later a devastating hurricane brought that developmental house of cards to an abrupt collapse. Things didn't perk up again down here for over two decades after that.
 Quoting: G. House


Explain why IDF was there... This wasn't a global incident... We have loads of people and rescuers even armed forces... Why did Israeli Defense Force show up to a collapsed building... You make sense of that... Just the expenditure of money it would take... Justify that... Things aren't always what they seem and yeah the building was shite but the other one wired and rigged to blow in a day?... Yeah pretty sure a controlled demolition takes a week of planning...
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I am AMAZED how fast they were able to wire that building and blow it up! Almost like it was already wired.....


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A Spec Ops Unit, say like Israel Specialized Forces, could have wired that to blow in a couple hours.
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I am AMAZED how fast they were able to wire that building and blow it up! Almost like it was already wired.....


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I imagine they use WiFi these days but even not, it don’t take long to run a wire.

Looks lot like the original collapse.

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I live in Thailand and we haven't had a condo collapse despite the really shoddy construction work that is carried out. We have nothing like the US health and safety standards or quality materials.
Same goes for India, Bangladesh, Cambodia and dozens of other third world or developing countries which all have plenty of coastal buildings and skyscrapers.
You hear of the occasional collapse but it always amazes me that there are not more building collapses.
So when I heard of the one in Miami it immediately smells fishy. If it's a common problem of saltwater and bad design then there should be dozens of buildings falling down in Miami and other coastal US areas.
Doesn't seem like we have the whole story.
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Yes it does. It could be a means of emptying out old high rises and buildings in general to build something new. And just to get rid of the clutter on the beaches.
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CCP wants a better price.
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Did they get all the bodies and people out from under the rubble first?

People have been known to live trapped like that for over a month.
 Quoting: #1FanNirvana


This was a crime scene and they intentionally failed to act - causing the deaths of the victims who were trapped .

IDF was in charge of this BS- what's that tell you.

And just like 9-11 many got the Heads up before the 1st collapse .

This was a murder with collateral damage or McAfee's stach and murder of the holding parties .

No Doubt in my mind at all .
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I am AMAZED how fast they were able to wire that building and blow it up! Almost like it was already wired.....


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A Spec Ops Unit, say like Israel Specialized Forces, could have wired that to blow in a couple hours.
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Just like the first one ;)
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anyone can see that was no sinkhole.
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I'll try to find the article I read that said that a woman's husband was out of state on business. She was talking with him on the phone while looking out the window. He said she told him she just watched the pool sink. Then the phone went dead. She's one of the missing.

Since the collapse happened in the early morning hours, she must have been looking down at the pool, which is lit up at night.
 Quoting: nutmeg


How many pools did this place have? One pool looked visually intact after the initial collapse.
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Look at it in Google Earth and it will answer your question.
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What happened to the months and months of planning needed?
Is that what the IDF was doing there? Checking how to bring down the rest of it? Maybe they do not teach that lesson at West Point.

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anyone can see that was no sinkhole.
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I'll try to find the article I read that said that a woman's husband was out of state on business. She was talking with him on the phone while looking out the window. He said she told him she just watched the pool sink. Then the phone went dead. She's one of the missing.

Since the collapse happened in the early morning hours, she must have been looking down at the pool, which is lit up at night.
 Quoting: nutmeg


this call was dismissed by many.
As never having happened, similar to the phone call on 9/11 that never happened.

in that scenario, a woman lawyer and CNN commentator called her husband from the plane that was headed toward DC. Her call started the boxcutter narrative.

Boeing denied that that plane had any technology for passengers to call from.

her and his cell phone records show no conversation.

In any case, cell phones don't work above a very low altitude.

they want us to believe, though.
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They didn't use cell phones. They used the air-phones at the airplane seats. You just inserted a credit card and were able to make phone calls.

Airphones:

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I am AMAZED how fast they were able to wire that building and blow it up! Almost like it was already wired.....


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Gov. Ron DeSantis said that the state will pay all costs associated with the demolition. The city is using a method called energetic felling, which uses a series of small detonations and relies on gravity to bring the structure down, Cava said.

It should also hopefully keep the collapse contained to the building's footprint, though nearby residents will be given advance notice so that can remain inside with closed doors and windows to avoid possible debris filtering into their homes. They will also be asked to turn off their air conditioning to prevent dust to entering, according to Cava.

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ASBESTOS!!! DID YOU SEE ANYONE FILLING THE ORANGE BUCKETS WEARING RESPIRATORS???

The process of energetic felling isolates key structural supporting members of the building and cuts them with linear shaped charges to safety drop the steel trusses to a prepared landing area below. The lowering occurs in seconds, minimizing any long term potential impact to adjacent properties

VERY LITTLE ONLINE ABOUT THIS PROCESS...ALREADY SCRUBBED?





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