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Oystein lets out the bag here the chips are not Tnemec. Fail for the Skeptics.
Unable to postively identify LaClede. So you just made it all up so because if you had a source for this it would have idenified the paint was used.
originally posted by: neutronflux
a reply to: Jesushere
It’s always ok to question, but let’s put the thermite claim in prospective?
Why would anyone expect the grey/red chips to be anything but paint and primer? Can you cite thermal imaging of temperatures which thermite burns from the WTC? Can you cite one example of any physical evidence from the WTC the steel was cut by demolitions before cleanup started?
If Harrit believed in thermite, any credible forensic lab should have been able to conduct an analysis. Are peer reviews written for every conclusion by forensic scientists from established lab procedures? No. There is a reason Harrit chose the route of a paper and a shady journal. He wanted to control the results to spin them the way he wanted.
The Harrit paper is more complex, but has the same level of intellectual dishonesty as pushing photos of columns cut at the WTC by cleanup crews as cut by thermite.
The reason people get tired of the truth movement, it’s cult members are easily fooled in ignoring the most obvious answer into believing some convoluted fantasy.
Was there any reason to believe the pictures of columns cut at the WTC was cut by thermite, no.
Was there any reason for Harrit to write a paper. No, any competent independent forensic lab should have been able to prove, or disprove thermite.
Was there any reason to believe the chips were not paint and primer. No.
We know the fires did get put out till Dec 2001 so something underneath the rubble was maintaining the heat.
The steel was hauled away to China and even the senators during a Senate hearing about 9/11 described it as a crime.