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WTC controlled demolition - likely technique exposed

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Published on Jan 27, 2008

Molten steel was found in the debris piles of the Twin Towers and WTC 7. Moreover, the ruins of Building 7 included steel members that had been partly evaporated in extraordinarily high temperatures, yet the building had not even been hit by a plane.

NIST reported: "The WTC Towers and WTC 7 are the only known cases of total structural collapse in high-rise buildings where fires played a significant role."

The office fires would have been barely capable of melting aluminum, and certainly could not have melted steel or iron. Fires at any particular point would have only peaked for about twenty minutes as local combustibles were consumed, and given the relatively low emissivity of aluminum, consequent limited heat absorption, limited differentials between local gas temperatures and the melting point of aluminum and limited time that such temperature differentials would have been sustained, the amount of aluminum that could have melted would be far too low to persist in the molten state for a matter of days, much less weeks.

The forensic evidence included molten metal including steel or iron, heavily sulfidated steel, steel that was the equivalent of a "Swiss cheese", and partly evaporated steel members. It leads inexorably to a single conclusion: The WTC was demolished in a controlled demolition!

For further details please see http://www.takeourworldback.com/wtcde... or http://www.takeourworldback.com/smoki...

For updated (April 2015) information about why researchers are 100% certain that Israel did 9/11 and the official story is a pack of lies, see:

http://www.takeourworldback.com/911my...

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