posted on Jun, 25 2009 @ 12:06 AM
I downloaded the study and tried to read through the thing and I must say it has given me a headache, some of that stuff in there is kind of hard to
comprehend. I am tired, it is late, so I should not be surprised. I'll give it another shot over the weekend so until then a little more lighter
reading is in order.
I do have a few initial thoughts about it though.
Is it just me or does anybody else find it odd that within minutes of witnessing the second tower fall Mr. Frank Delessio grabbed a hand full of the
dust and decided to save it? Seems kind of bizarre to me.
What about the issue of deliberate or unintentional contamination? Here we have 4 separate samples of the dust that has been sitting around in these
peoples homes (?) for over 6 years ....the issue of contamination should not be overlooked.
The paper did mention that the samples could have been "contamination with gypsum from the pulverized wallboard material in the buildings" and
"surface contamination due to the fact that the analysis was performed on the as-collected surface of the red layer".
What that exactly means ....I really can't say at this time.
Another thing I found interesting and I hope I read this right (I only gave it a brief read) was that this stuff could be painted on to surfaces
forming an explosive paint.
Excuse me if I read that wrong.