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Originally posted by Kaytagg
Not that I'm saying this indicates conspiracy or whatever on the governments part, it's simply a fact that burning jet fuel will not be hot enough to melt steel.
Originally posted by Aim64C
reply to post by anonamousantichrist
I'd have to check the flash-point of JP-5, again... but most are designed with a very high flash-point (when the fuel ignites) to keep unintentional fires to a minimum.
Originally posted by curbowbassplayer
Hi, I'm an aviation technician with jet certification and more than a decade of teaching, so please let me shed some light on this subject.
Turbine blades can work without melting because they are exposed to very high temperatures, but NOT FLAMES.