Sunday, November 05, 2006

Molten Metal at the WTC: Incendiary Catalyst in the Dust?

The best evidence about 9/11 is the molten metal at the WTC 1, 2, and 7. Pools of molten metal that persisted for 100 days. There was nothing in the building that could have caused that, allegedly. So what did cause the molten metal? That is what Dr. Steve Jones and others are trying to figure out.
v911t Physics Page shows evidence of the molten metal http://www.v911t.org/911Physics.php
There was dust sample analysis by the USGS, EPA, and other contractors. If incendiaries were used there would be tell tale signs in the dust. Nano enhanced Thermite? There are signs of Penetration Augmented Munitions chemicals. I had noticed higher concentrations of these chemical elements on girder coating samples vs other dust samples. Why would just these elements be found in higher concentrations on the girders? Uranium, Thorium, Lead, Cerium, Yttrium, and Lanthanum.

Chemistry Table 1, continued Indoor dust samples and Girder coatings
http://pubs.usgs.gov/of/2001/ofr-01-0429/chem1/WTCchemistrytable.html Shows fairly large quanity differnces between indoor dust samples, and girder coatings for Uranium, Thorium, Lead, Cerium, Yttrium, and Lanthanum. I wonder why that would be?
Indoor dust samples girder coatingsUranium ppm 2.7 - 3.23 vs 4.72 - 7.57 Thorium ppm 7.25 - 8.64 vs 17.9 - 30.7

About Thorium http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thorium
Thorium is Pyrophoric --- Soil commonly contains an average of around 12 parts per million (ppm) of thorium. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pyrophoric
Pyrophoric Metals http://safety.science.tamu.edu/pyrophorics.html
Thorium as ingrediant in incendiaryThere is provided an improved armor-piercing incendiary projectile having within the nosepiece thereof an incendiary comprising a matrix of a first metal selected from the group consisting of zirconium, titanium, thorium, hafnium, uranium, and mixtures thereof; and an intermetallic compound formed between the matrix and a second metal selected from the group consisting of tin, lead, and mixtures thereof. Upon impact with armor, the incendiary burns at temperatures heretofore unattainable, as well as providing cushioning and lubrication for the penetrator. http://www.freepatentsonline.com/4112846.html
Alfons v911t

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