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Originally posted by Hamking
What existed in the buildings to generate molten metal that burned for 6 to 8 weeks after the collapse of the buildings at temperatures above the theoretical maximum temperatures for hydrocarbon fuel?
Unfortunately we can't say melted steel, because that would contradict the official story of steal not being melted, but only heated to debilitating temperatures.
Unfortunately we can't say jet fuel, because these "hot spot" slag deposits existed under the rubble of building 7 as well.
It had to have been an element that existed in all 3 buildings before the planes struck.
And finally, where did all this sulfur come from?
What you do not understand is that those things exist no matter who is in office. Are you that guillible to think putting someone else in office will change Haliburton contracts or give you free medical care, or lower the cost of a gallon of gas? Wars are nothing more than arms shows. That is what GW 1 was. It was the oppurtunity to show off the F-117 and the Patriot missle batteries we wanted to sell for protection to other countries, so what better than a war. HUssien was in the wrong place at the right time for US.
Originally posted by esdad71
Northwoods. Yes, a proposition by a warhawk general that never made it to Kennedys desk. If anything, the Northwoods doc proves our own government killed JFK. You see, it is not that I am not a skeptic, it is that I am a realist. Please do not use that document to try to prove our government pulled off 9/11.
You are correct, it is a money trail, and that is what keeps the SUV's, and the plasma TV's and bluetooth phones in operation. It has alwasy been here, and always will be. I mean, do you call every person who drives a Benz or a new chrysler a Nazi? According to the money trail, you should. Along with British parliament and many other US corporations who sold goods to the germans before, during and after the war.