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"The federal government commission did not take sufficiently into account the fact that the aircraft brought 30 tonnes of aluminium into each of the two towers."
Alcoa Aluminium carried out an experiment under controlled conditions, in which 20 kilos of aluminium smelt were allowed to react with 20 kilos of water, to which some rust was added.
"The explosion destroyed the entire laboratory and left a crater 30 metres in diameter," says Simensen.
"Given that the amount of aluminium involved was large in comparison with the quantity of water, and since rust was probably also present, I believe that it is highly likely that the building collapsed as a result of a series of extremely energy-rich aluminium-water explosions."
I think we can dispose of this theory very quickly, it sounds too ridiculous for words.
Ah, so the invisible plane must have hit WTC7, then, with its invisible aluminum?
I suspect we can ditch this one already!