That is in direct controversy with research and the admission by NIST that they didn't know why the building had collapsed. Remember there was no jet fuel and until 911 and since 911 no steel structured building has collapsed as a result of fire.
Moreover, with the other two towers the jet fuel was exhausted at the initial impact as evidenced by the large orange fire balls. The rest of the fire was way fuel rich as indicated by the heavy black smoke. That means that the fire never reached optimal temperature and remained well below the temperature required to damage the steel's integrity to explain the collapse of the towers as they did.
The other curious thing is the disappearance of the sizable numbers of box beam vertical building supports in both WTC 1 & 2. There are a few pictures apparently inadvertantly taken wherein you can see a beam that has been burned through at just about the same angle and with the same appearance that would result from the use of Thermate.
To discount the unexplained collapse of building #7, and I don't care if you're a pilot or not, is quite cavalier.
What do you say to the comments of Larry Silverstein about having WTC 7 "pulled"?
Disclaimer: As I do agree with many points about unanswered questions pertaining to the collapse of WTC Building 7 (which, at the time of its destruction, it exclusively housed government agencies and financial institutions. It contained offices of the IRS, Secret Service, and SEC.), hmmmm, what a motley crew that was huh? I keep an open mind to any logical explanation that can debunk the claims of all these "lunatics" and in fairness it would be prudent to study the ideas and research of the non-"truthers"... World Trade Center Building 7 and the Lies of the "9/11 Truth Movement".... http://wtc7lies.googlepages.com/introduction
Also, I should note, as a former bartender at the Hyatt Harborside at Logan Airport, I have served and shut off my fair share of over intoxicated airline pilots but should point out that not all airline pilots are drunks. Matter of fact, it was the stewards and stewardesses that needed the most supervision.