posted on Jun, 18 2006 @ 04:12 PM
Its a decoy...
A little more on this 'eutectic reaction':
C6 Suggestions for Future Research
The severe corrosion and subsequent erosion
of Samples 1 and 2 are a very unusual event. No explanation for the
source of the Sulphur
has been identified. The rate of corrosion is also unknown
. It is possible that this is the result
of long-term heating in the ground following the collapse of the buildings. It is also possible that the phenomenon started prior to the collapse and
accelerated the weaking of the steel structure.
This tells you exactly the same thing I have been saying. It was either done after the collapse, or it was the result of pre-existing damage to the
This type of eutectic reaction is a mild surface attack that takes several weeks to penetrate the steel under high temperatures. Without those high
temperatures this form of corrosive attack takes several years. It due to the concentration levels in the atmosphere.
We can observe this type of damage in Cortlandt Street:
As I said earlier:
The concentrations, in terms of ppm required for a eutectic reaction, would not exist to do significant damage in under 2 hours. Whilst the basic raw
materials were present, they were not in the appropriate form, nor was their delivery replenished after the main impact.
The 1993 bombing would have released the same, if not more, of these compounds and provided similar temperature ranges.
The theory has been falsified by the 1993 bombing.
The upshot is that Silverstein can breathe a sigh of relief...this would put the people who arrange the deal in the frame.