Sunday, 16 May 2010

SMOKING GUN EXPLOSIVE EVIDENCE THAT PROVES 911 WAS AN INSIDE JOB

After the collapse of the World Trade Centre buildings previously molten iron spheres were found all throughout the dust which blanketed lower Manhattan. These tiny spheres were corroborated by the EPA & USGS but not explained.

Later analysis by physicist Steven Jones revealed these spheres to bear the chemical signature of the incendiary THERMATE. Traces of Aluminium, Fluorine, Manganese, Sulphur and Potassium indicated the exotic nature of the metal. The physical match was unmistakable.

Significantly the THERMATE signature, that was evidenced from these iron spheres, ruled out their origin as being from the welding done during the WTC construction or the clean up following the attacks. Iron spheres from welding would not have a mix of these highly unusual elements.

One other observation: the heat required here, necessarily over 1500 degrees celsius (the melting point of steel), which is needed to form the spheres through surface tension while the steel is liquid, was far in excess of the temperatures reached in the building fires. Official reports put these fires at below 1000 degrees celsius. This temperature gap cannot be ignored. The only way we can account for such a huge discrepancy is to consider another agent, which in this case is clearly THERMATE.

It was not only the dust that showed signs of foul play. Further analysis on a sample taken from a steel beam recovered from the rubble pile also showed the thermate signature.

From the high percentage of iron spheres found in each dust sample it has been deduced that a great deal of the building steel had been subject to the action of high temperature incendiaries.

The evidence here is damning. The highly unusual collapse of all three buildings was undoubtedly due, in part, to the action of the incendiary Thermate. See this link for more information: http://www.ae911truth.org/twintowers.php and here for a video lecture on this evidence.

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, May 16th, 2010.]

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