9/11 Experiments: Does steel weaken much under fire?





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Published on Apr 27, 2011

Experiment you can do in a fire place: Put a heavy weight on a steel grate over flame, and see if it collapses as the 9/11 Commission Report and NIST concluded was "normal" for World Trade Center Buildings 1, 2, and 7 (not hit by a plane). See how long it takes to weaken, buckle and collapse.

Steel's melting point: 2500 F / 1370 C
Iron melting point 2150 F / 1175 C
Jet fuel burns at 1517 F / 682 C
Fireplace 1200 - 1500 F / 648 - 815 C

Even though fire burns less than the melting point of steel, the 9/11 Commission concluded that this does not matter.

Check it for yourself, to see if it does matter.

Write your Congressman for a New Investigation.
Or if he does nothing, fire him a the next election.
Vote for Truth Candidates.


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