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Danish Scientist Claims to find Nano-Thermite in WTC Dust
« on: April 15, 2009, 09:27:33 PM »
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 Danish Scientist on TV: Nano-thermite Behind Collapse of WTC Buildings on 9/11, Not Planes

During this news report, Harrit, who is one of the nine scientists primarily responsible for the pivotal paper entitled: ‘Active Thermitic Material Discovered in Dust from the 9/11 World Trade Center Catastrophe’, talks about how their research, which was conducted over 18 months, led to the conclusion that planes did not cause the collapse of the three buildings at the WTC on 9/11.
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He says that they found such large quantities of nano-thermite in the dust from the WTC, that he believes that this product, which has the ability to melt metal, as well as break things apart, must have been brought into the WTC site in tonnes, on pallets. Consequently, he suggests that we need to address this matter with those who were in charge of the security at the World Trade Centre on 9/11.

Harrit, like Dr Steven Jones who also played a major role in this ground-breaking research, refers to their findings as “the loaded gun” and indicates that military personnel might be able to enlighten us more on the little-known topic of nano-thermite, which differs from regular thermite in a number of significant ways, including that its ignition temperature is far lower than that of the conventional kind
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Re: Danish Scientist Claims to find Nano-Thermite in WTC Dust
« Reply #1 on: April 15, 2009, 11:32:11 PM »
This was posted here like a week or so ago. Once again, steel welding.
 

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Re: Danish Scientist Claims to find Nano-Thermite in WTC Dust
« Reply #2 on: April 16, 2009, 09:01:50 AM »
AH MY BAD
 

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Re: Danish Scientist Claims to find Nano-Thermite in WTC Dust
« Reply #3 on: April 16, 2009, 09:19:42 AM »
Truly your ignorance is astounding, do you really think that such a notion would be put forward (whether true or not) if it simply be defeated by your essentially one word response lol. You see it's not your lack of understanding which irks me, we all start off with a lack of understanding it's your ignorant arrogance.

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    Thermite is used in steel welding, fireworks shows, and hand grenades. It is the combination of a metal powder and a metal oxide which produce a reaction known for extremely high temperatures focused in a very small area for a short period of time.

The WTC was a welded steel structure so my first instinct was to assume that it was residue left over from construction of the building.

However, that may be the wrong conclusion.

    The ‘active thermitic material’ discovered in the World Trade Center dust was a combination of elemental aluminum and iron oxide, and is a form of thermite known as ‘nano-structured super-thermite’.

    “These observations reminded us of nano-thermite fabricated at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and elsewhere; available papers describe this material as an intimate mixture of UFG[Ultra-fine grain] aluminum and iron oxide in nano-thermite composites to form pyrotechnics or explosives. Commercially available thermite behaves as an incendiary when ignited, but when the ingredients are ultra-fine grain and are intimately mixed, this ‘nano-thermite’ reacts very rapidly, even explosively, and is sometimes referred to as ’super-thermite’,”

Clearly this material would be useless for welding. But would it be used in demolition?

http://stelpavlou.com/?p=862

Then here is some more information about Nanon Thermite

http://visibility911.com/blog/?p=1057#more-1057

Oh and props to the OP for posting the video, don't be deterred by simplistic bs like the second poster offered. However without doubt it's not an easy subject to get your head around and there is certainly a lot of heavy duty reading required.

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Re: Danish Scientist Claims to find Nano-Thermite in WTC Dust
« Reply #4 on: April 16, 2009, 11:06:10 AM »
For you information virtuoso, my ignorance knows NO boundaries, I could go outside and start doing donuts with my car and a beer in hand if I wanted. However in this case, reiterating an argument already posted wasn't necessary in my mind. If ocho cinco wanted to see the welding material argument he could have just looked for the opposing viewpoints the other thread, not everyone has to be subjected to your paranoid, the sky is falling diatribes every time.
 

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Re: Danish Scientist Claims to find Nano-Thermite in WTC Dust
« Reply #5 on: April 16, 2009, 12:34:33 PM »

Lol, clearly you are just ignoring what I have posted and furthermore, your post again only exhibits your lack of understanding and blatant ignorance. Paranoid? I haven't expressed an opinion on this particular research, all I have said is that your simple response is complete crap for the reasons which have been outlined.