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Thermal Hotspot Comparision

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posted on Dec, 20 2007 @ 11:04 PM
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OK, I'm pretty sure just about everybody has seen the above
thermal image view of the thermal hotspot in Manhattan.

But my point is, I have not yet seen one of the Pentagon
during the same time period.

If it can be shown that there was NO thermal hotspot like
at these temperatures at the Pentagon, then we have a better
case of evidence of Thermite being used in the towers.
So it's not a case of what we can see, but more of WHAT WE
DON'T


I can't find a photo of the Pentagon's thermal imagery anywhere.
Is there anyone out there who can supply it or is it restricted
due to it being a secure area??

Any help would be appreciated tracking this detain down. Thanks




posted on Dec, 20 2007 @ 11:41 PM
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Not really. The theory behind this for the official story is that the fires were underground in a pressure cooker so to speak.

This is not the case at the pentagon.

*Edit: Not saying thermate wasn't used. Only giving you a heads up to what will be said. I remain neutral on the 9/11 topics because neither side has seemed to provide a smoking gun - just compelling arguments.

[edit on 20-12-2007 by Sublime620]



posted on Dec, 20 2007 @ 11:48 PM
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Thanks sublime for the heads up, but I'd feel better just
taking a peek at the thermal for the Pentagon for the
first 4 weeks after 9/11. Even if for curiosity sake



posted on Dec, 21 2007 @ 12:50 AM
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A problem is that thermite reactions don't last for weeks, they hardly last a minute. Thermal hotspots are evidence of heat only and the fires in the rubble were very hot from all accounts. The pentagon rubble pile was much smaller so the fires there were quickly controlled.

Thermal imaging of the buildings before and during the collapse would reveal useful information but that sort of info is either not available or no-one is admitting to it.



posted on Dec, 21 2007 @ 05:24 AM
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Have to understand that the WTC disaster scene covered 16 acres with
fires buring in the rubble. The fires burned for over 3 months until
December. Thermal images were used to locate sites of greatest fires
to aid the Fire fighters and rescuers. Pentagon fires were put out
on September 11, also damage was contained to one side of building
and was inside of the building.. Overhead thermal images would show
little.



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