Wednesday, 1 August 2018

Thermite and the WTC Collapses - Resource Page

In perfect conditions the maximum temperature that can be reached by hydrocarbons such as jet fuel burning in air is 1520° F (825° C). When the World Trade Center collapsed the deeply buried fires would have been deprived of oxygen and their temperatures would have significantly decreased.

Why was the temperature at the core of "the pile" nearly 500° F hotter than the maximum burning temperature of jet fuel a full seven days after the collapses? There were no infernos in either of the twin towers before they collapsed, so what caused the hot spots deep in the wreckage?

What caused the steel to melt? How did it stay molten for months after the collapses?

Conventional fires cannot account for the above, but thermite can.

A thermite reaction generates extraordinarily high temperatures (>2500° C) and provides a credible explanation for the fires, hot spots and molten steel (a by-product of the thermite reaction) found in the collapsed buildings.

The core of WTC 1 failed below the third floor, and explosions and dense white smoke was documented at the towers' base prior to the collapse of both WTC 2 and WTC 1.

Thermite gives off dense white smoke with very little odor.

The smoke rising from the wreckage should have been black, not white.

All of the above facts point to thermite being a major contributor in the collapses at the World Trade Center.

Check out the link for the simple to understand explanation of the science. Conventional fires, in the conditions seen at the WTC buildings, could not burn hot enough to liquefy steel or melt concrete.


911 Truth ~ Experts Speak Out

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, August 1st, 2018.]

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