Friday, December 29, 2006

Terrific Discussion of the Molten Metal Issue

Over at Democratic Underground. Pay special attention to the posts by jberryhill, whose qualifications are:

By the way, back when I was a techie, my doctoral work specifically related to the behavior of molten metal solutions and selective precipitation of crystal compounds out of molten metals:

So, okay, it's been a few years since I spent ALL of my time playing around with melting metals.

This post in particular is choice.

I'll tell you something else, you pour a big heap of fuel containing debris like, say, fueled vehicles from a parking garage and a whole lotta office furniture and stuff, into a great big fire pit that has big empty shafts leading to it like, say, subway lines and service tunnels then I don't see why you'd be at all surprised that you'd get some might hot hot spots in that heap for a very long time.


At 30 December, 2006 07:51, Blogger CHF said...

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At 30 December, 2006 07:55, Blogger CHF said...

The whole thermite/mate theory is silly on so many levels.

The only reason it even came about was because the twoofers were at a loss to explain why the "demolitions" of 9/11 were so shockingly quiet.

Keep in mind they still haven't calculated the amount of thermite needed to accomplish what they claim it did.

At 30 December, 2006 08:44, Blogger The Artistic Macrophage said...

amazing how clarity comes to the surface when an actual expert puts in their 2 cents, instead of the opinions of PhD in nothingness...


At 30 December, 2006 08:59, Blogger Stevew said...

I noticed that their so called squibs, which were nothing more than dust being forced out openings in the wall. Where were the explosions that these squibs were to suppose to have set off? The vids show them several stories below the collapsing building. I thought if they were to set off charges, the explosion would have been virually at the same time. I believe they are called blasting caps or primer charges and not squibs

At 30 December, 2006 09:37, Blogger Manny said...

Man, that's some serious pwnage. Good thing all the real scientists in the world are on our side.

Oh wait, they're not on our side. We're on theirs.


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