This is something additional to all the “old” arguments and proffered evidence.
Definitely merits a reblog.
One thing (of many) that puzzles me is the explosive power of jet fuel. I believe it is basically kerosene, not a particularly volatile fuel. Internal combustion engines run on kero usually have a starting cycle using petrol. I don’t think it is normal for kero to explode easily or with excessive energy.
The question is – Is it possible for the enormous explosive force obvious in the images to be simply due to jet fuel, even a large quantity ignited by the hot jet engines? Am I correct in saying that there was a delay of several minutes between the impacts and the actual explosions? That is also not a natural progression of expected damage.