Something Left Unsaid
The yahoos at Architects and Engineers finally reply, somewhat, to the recent tests of World Trade Center dust. Any guesses what point they intentionally leave out?
Editor’s note: The preliminary results of a new study of the red-gray chips, commissioned by Chris Mohr, a supporter of the official NIST reports about the destruction of the WTC skyscraper, and authored by Dr. James Millette, have recently been released. They seem to confirm that the composition of the red-gray chips does not match the formula for the primer paint used on the WTC steel structure. Look for a critique of Millette’s study in next month’s Blueprint newsletter.
Uhh yeah, let's just avoid mentioning that it did not find thermite in any form.
Update by Pat: Oystein responds:
Claims that Niels Harrit proved that some red-gray chips in the WTC dust are not WTC primer are basing this claim on the FALSE assumption that Tnemec was the only primer used. In fact, I will show that the chips that Harrit proved to not be Tnemec look very much like LaClede Standard Primer.As I often say, I don't do the best debunking out there. I just link to it. Great job, Oystein!