by Craig T. Furlong & Gordon Ross

There is an appointed time for everything
And there is a time for every event under heaven

Ecclesiastes 3:1

On September 11, 2001, the seismic stations grouped around New York City recorded seismic
events from the WTC site, two of which occurred immediately prior to the aircraft impacts upon the
Twin Towers. Because these seismic events preceded the collisions, it is clear they were not
associated with the impacts and must therefore be associated with some other occurrence. None of
the authorities charged with the responsibility for the investigation of the events of 9/11 have
proposed a source for these seismic events, nor have they given a valid reason for the difference in
times between the seismic events and the aircraft impacts. Only by consideration of the evidence of
basement explosions before the aircraft impacts, as experienced by William Rodriquez and 36
others, can an explanation be found for the fact that the seismic stations recorded seismic events
originating from the WTC sites prior to the aircraft impacts. It seems unlikely that Middle Eastern
terrorists could have overcome the WTC security and managed this kind of high-level, technological
coordination. Do the facts presented here, simple and few, raise the possibility of inside
involvement in 9/11/01, both before and after the attack?

This paper is primarily concerned with the factual data surrounding the exact impact times of the two
aircraft that hit WTC1 and WTC2. This is neither theory nor hypothesis, but a statement of
publicized facts regarding the timing of the aircraft impacts. There exist two separate precision data
time sets that address when the aircraft crashed into the Towers. Both data time sets are based on
UTC (Coordinated Universal Time, the world’s atomic clock system) and the sources that
determined these times were prestigious, reliable and credible. There is no question regarding the
precision and accuracy of the instruments used to record both data time sets, since their entire
function depends and relies upon temporal accuracy, and therefore there can be no doubt that both
data time sets are correct. The time data sets represent objective scientific data recorded by two
separate, independent entities.

The problem is the data sets have different impact times.

These times were given out years ago but at different times. Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory at
Columbia University (LDEO) gave its findings around the time of the event with what it thought
were impact times based upon the seismic data recorded, while the 9/11 Commission published its
impact times, based upon FAA radar data and air traffic control software logic, years later in its
Final Report. The Commission no longer exists.

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