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Thus, the melting point of water is = 0°C = 273.15 K and the boiling point of water is = 100°C = 373.15 K
Intense heat persisted in the bottoms of the rubble piles for months. The fires continued to burn for 100 days, despite being sprayed with water.
Now it takes hours to cremate a body with temperatures over 500 degrees Fahrenheit.
That means that temperatures of over 1535 degrees Celsius were sustained for long enough to melt large quantities of steel, which could not possibly have been produced by residual hydrocarbon fires. Normally you need a blast furnace to achieve that kind of heat.
For example, according to www.911research.wtc7.net, steel melts at a temperature of 2,777 degrees Fahrenheit, but jet fuel burns at only 1,517 degrees F. No melted steel, no collapsed towers.