9/11 Experiment: Steel Pan Upon Fire





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Published on Jan 15, 2011

Experiment you can do at home to help you prove or disprove the official September 11, 2001 Commission Report finding that steel weakened due to flames from the two jets that hit the World Trade Center towers. Or was it controlled demolition, using previously planted nano-thermite explosives? The blue flame burns hotter (2372 degrees Fahrenheit) than the red flames at the WTC, and at closer range to the steel for a longer sustained period. Steel melts at 2777 degrees Fahrenheit. Jet fuel burns at only 1517 degrees.

Typically the blue part of a flame is about +1,300° C or +2372° F.

Scientifically minded responses only please.
See www.911Experiments.Com

Thanks to David Byrne of Talking Heads for use of music "Burning Down the House"

Please replicate this experiment with a video of your own.



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