9 11 themite Explosions, 9 11 Meteorites evidence 2012 NYPD Musuem





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Published on Jul 7, 2012

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X-rated 9/11 Architects and Engineers: 9 11 themite Explosions, 9 11 meteorites evidence 2012 9 11 high temperature evidence

Study of Traces of Tritium at the World Trade Center

Nancy Sonnenfeld's murder

FEMA's kurt sonnenfeld wiki reads like a horror movie

"high-velocity blood spatter on Sonnenfeld's face, indicating he was in close proximity to the gunshot"

However local reports and reporters from that city have a different story.
Interesting review by Minerals, Metals & Materials Society

Why Did the World Trade Center Collapse? Science, Engineering, and Speculation

"Some reports suggest that the aluminum from the aircraft ignited,
creating very high temperatures" (thermite theory)


Corner elements in the exterior wall often used FY = 100 ksi steels

(three times the strength of normal steel)

Floor truss used ASTM A 242 (HSLA) steel. This steel with substantially
higher yield strength.

"aircraft severed several of the columns, often at the level of the
concrete floor." Really?

SPINE: The Scientific Panel Investigating Nine-Eleven - Physics 9/11

Nanoengineered Explosives Patent 5505799

Carbon Nano Tubes Found in Lungs of First Responders

Thermite Grenade Cuts Through Steel

CNT = Carbon Nano Tubes

The contains this interesting revelation:
"Of the patients with interstitial disease, all had large amounts of aluminum and magnesium (Carbon Nano Tubes) in an unusual platy configuration , ranging from 27,600 to 184,000/g wet weight of lung. As a comparison, we reexamined for the presence of CNT in 40 samples taken from unrelated workers from diverse construction trades suspected for asbestos-related disease. These patients were known to have been exposed to asbestos, and most of these 40 patients had a high lung burden of asbestos fibers. Less than 10%, however, had platy aluminum and magnesium silicates similar to those seen in WTC patients."

And then describes WTC dust samples used for comparison:
"Electron microscopy mineralogic findings: A summary of the mineralogic analysis in correlation with pathologic features is given in Table 1. Four of the seven WTC dust samples contained CNT. The lung specimens of three of the patients with interstitial disease (Patients A, B, and C) contained CNT (Figure 3A) virtually identical to those of the dust samples (Figure 3B) and of the positive control sample (Figure 3C).


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