reply to post by rush969
1. The tiny super thermite samples found in the dust were applied to the interior surfaces of the twin towers, probably the undersides of the floor
pans and the elevator shafts. Cutter charges of thermite were used to cut the core columns, removing any resistance to the collapses.
With thermite, which is made up primarily of aluminum and iron oxide particles, the smaller the particles the bigger the bang. The particles in the
super-thermite used on 9-11 were super small, i.e. nano-size - creating an incredibly powerful heat-producing incendiary - which were combined with an
organic compound to create intense gas pressure.
This would suggest that the thermite was engineered by military specialists.
2. The two airplanes that struck the twin towers flew directly into secure computer rooms, in both buildings. Most likely these planes were honed on
specific sections in the building by remote control, which was and is a well known technology.
"the fuselage was centered on the 96th floor slab and filled the 95th and 96th floors top to bottom," the NIST report says. So, what was on the 95th
and 96th floors of the North Tower, which were occupied by Marsh & McLennan, Lewis Paul "Jerry" Bremer's company?
We all know Bremer's association with Henry Kissinger as well as the Bush administration during the Iraq war...well, hopefully you all know that.
On the 95th floor, Marsh & McLennan had a "large walled data center along north and east sides," according to the NIST report. And that's exactly
where the plane hit – the north wall of the 95th floor.
When Marsh & McLennan were questioned about this they stated that "no, it wasn't really our data center. It was our computer center."
Although Flight 175 went straight into the 81st floor of the South Tower, the NIST report provides no description of what was on the 81st floor.
While we know that the Fuji Bank was the tenant on floors 79-82 of WTC 2, the NIST report fails to describe the "tenant layout" of floors 79, 81,
As everyone knows by now, a large amount of molten metal was seen pouring out of the 81st floor.
What could have possibly melted in such large amounts on a normal floor to create several cubic meters of molten metal?
Extremely hot molten iron cascaded from the 81st floor shortly before the collapse of WTC 2.
If this was molten iron, as Professor Steven E. Jones of Brigham Young University says, and if this molten iron was caused by an aluminothermic
reaction of Thermite or Thermate (steel-cutting explosives created from powdered aluminum, iron oxide, and sulfur), then somebody must have pre-loaded
the 81st floor of WTC 2 with several tons of a form of Thermite.
The metal pouring out of the 81st floor was not silverish grey but clearly yellow.
A former bank employee came forward and explained that Fuji Bank had torn up the 81st floor and stripped it down to reinforce the trusses so that the
floor could hold more weight. Then they had built a raised floor and filled the entire floor with server-size Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS)
batteries. These units were bolted to the raised floor which stood about 3 feet above the reinforced 81st floor. Beneath the raised floor ran the
cables and power supply that connected the army of batteries. IT techies had to get down on all fours and crawl around beneath the raised floor to
"The whole floor was batteries," he said, "huge battery-looking things." They were "all black" and "solid, very heavy" things that had been
brought in during the night. They had been put in place during the summer prior to 9-11, he said. But were they really batteries? "It's weird," he
said. "They were never turned on." So, what really was on the 81st floor of WTC 2?
"Nobody worked on that floor," the source said about Floor 81. The whole floor was taken up with a "whole bunch of batteries" and "enclosed
server racks" that were so tall that one could not see over the top of them. The enclosed server racks were locked and the only people who could open
them were employees of the Shimizu Corp., he said.
The NIST documents that accompany the final report confirm the source's information that Fuji Bank had reinforced the 81st floor. Documents dated
1999 say that reinforcements were added to the floor trusses "to accommodate the new UPS workspace." The structural engineering firm was noted as
LERA, or Leslie E. Robertson and Associates.
Saw Teen See, a managing partner of LERA, said the firm was unable to comment on the work it had done on the 81st floor. "We are not at liberty to
comment on this or to provide any further information," she wrote. "Please contact the PANYNJ who are the project owners." PANYNJ is the Port
Authority of New York and New Jersey.
4. I'm not sure what the mechanism would be exactly. The plane crash would certainly be one ignition point. Obviously cutter charges on the core
columns would have to be ignited offsite.
5. When the buildings were demolished dust was ejected far outside of them, parts of which contained unreacted thermite, which was found by Steven
The remaining thermite samples probably went unnoticed in the cleanup of ground zero or were a part of the lakes of molten metal swimming in the two
bases of the towers, months after the attacks.
Feel free to post more questions.
THE AQUARIAN 1