lol you embedded the same image so it took ages to load the page or... NWO took control of your computer.
I'll stick with the latter.
Edit: Judging by smaller debris right in front of it, and the stratification of rocks surrounding the area, I'd say it's perfectly normal to have such a shape, also that we have a limited point of view. It would be good to change perspective a bit.
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Either BTTF2 really predicted the future, or it was the reason why the Islamic Terrorists struck the twin towers on 9/11. The second is probably more true. That bring up another point, when someone says someone/something "predicted" the future, then the future moment if reference was probably inspired my it. In other words, if the prediction wasn't made, it probably wouldn't have happened. Thanks Back to the Future!
Out of curiosity for the stories people have of 9/11, how many saw the 9/11 events live as they happened, or were closely affected by it?
I was in high school at the time, in Arlington just a few miles from the Pentagon where one of the planes hit. Of course, it took a bit of time for the realization of what was going on to become to clear that morning. We had been hearing the spreading rumor in the halls between classes, first it was that a helicopter had hit the Trade Center... and then it progressively got weirder and weirder. None of us were thinking terrorism. Finally I got to my theatre arts class and I asked my teacher to turn on the news to see what was going on first hand. I'll never forget the instant we turned on the television was when the first tower started collapsing (not a replay). Unreal.
It was towards the end of the work day here. I didn't have TV access, but had a live stock feed, which somewhat indirectly but quite instantly indicated the seriousness as the events unfolded.
When the towers collapsed, I recalled a visit to WTC a few years earlier. During the visit I wasn't so much marvelling at what it takes to erect such a building, but more at how that building would be torn down when the time came. I got the answer, but not quite what I had been expecting.