They are certainly too similar for me to make a definitive decision on at a personal level.No - not that I recall.
Given that the WTC walls were not actually knocked down by verinage (which demolishes a whole floor worth of walls at once) the compressed air inside the tower is going to exit the weakest point first - not everywhere all at once.
And IMO the localised puffs that do appear in various videos look exactly like that happening - they are a relatively long-lasting "jet", whereas demolition "squib" puffs are "explosive" - they happen all at once.
And yet squibs are used in demolition?Further, squibs are SMALL explosives - they could not do much more than break a window in a large building, and cerainly not cut significant structural steel.
Good link, thanks. Definitely thought provoking and the best rationalisation I have seen of that theory.