This shriveled up beam was a horizontal floor support in Bankers Trust, which was never on fire. Judy Wood wonders how this could have happened, and blames it on directed energy weapons for some reason.
Higher res version of shriveled beam picture
The explanation is as straightforward as it is horrific. The horizontal beam is under great TENSION. The shriveling is exactly what we would expect if that segment were very hot, and the tension was released suddenly. Since Bankers Trust was never on fire, the question is, how could falling material from WTC2 heat that beam in one second?
Answer: Only a nuclear reaction could explain it. Falling nuclear material got close to the beam and raised its temperature very, very quickly in one area. This area became soft, one end breaks, tension is lost, and it shrivels up.