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Wishing Away the Core Structures

They substitute service core for core structure to help the reader think the buildings were flimsy:

A rectangular service core with overall dimensions of approximately 87 feet by 137 feet, was present at the center of each building, housing 3 exit stairways, 99 elevators, and 16 escalators.

The service core in WTC 1 was oriented east to west, and the service core in WTC 2 was oriented north to south.

Deceptive illustrations imply that the towers had no core columns.

FEMA's core fraud became accepted fact.
The New York Times reported in May 2004:

The interior core of the buildings was a hollow steel shaft, in which elevators and stairwells were grouped.
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