I choose to believe
1) my instincts which are informed by my advanced degree in physics.
Advanced degree in physics? Hilarious. You don’t understand how many scientific discoveries were made against the prevailing consensus. You don’t know how consensus is established. You can’t even spell consensus half the time.
2) what I saw.
You’ve never seen anything like it before or since, have you?
And that’s the problem. No-one can reproduce the collapse effect you believe in using simplified experiments, and yet you still believe in it—even though every attempt to model it so far suggests your faith in a miraculous-only-on-9/11-total-tower-collapse-gravity-effect is wholly misplaced.
That’s apparently because your degree in physics was so advanced it didn’t include Newton’s Laws.
3) what many very distinguished and highly educated scientists agree like these people…
http://muller.lbl.gov/teaching/physics10/old physics 10/chapters (old)/chapters2003/appendix-sept.11.htm
Not a single mention of the conservation of momentum or energy in the first link. From your second link, can an advanced physicist such as yourself explain how the process described here is possible in terms of conservation of momentum and energy?
“The columns for an entire floor (maybe for several floors) buckled at one time. The upper floors then slammed into the lower floors. The impact multiplied the force on these lower floors, and they buckled. The process continued as each lower floor continued to buckle in turn. In a few seconds, the entire building had collapsed.”
your are too dumb and uneducated to get it.
You should really get a grasp of spelling and irony before you humiliate yourself further, dear boy.