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Jet fuel... let's look at wiki it takes 3 seconds... ready? I'll post then link you...
Typical physical properties for Jet A and Jet A-1
Jet A-1 Fuel must meet the specification for DEF STAN 91-91 (Jet A-1), ASTM specification D1655 (Jet A-1) and IATA Guidance Material (Kerosine Type),
NATO Code F-35.
Jet A Fuel must reach ASTM specification D1655 (Jet A) 
Typical physical properties for Jet A / Jet A-1 fuel:
Jet A-1 Jet A
Flash point 42 °C 51.1 °C
Autoignition temperature 210 °C (410 °F)
Freezing point −47 °C (−52.6 °F) −40 °C (−40 °F)
Open air burning temperatures 260-315 °C (500-599 °F)
Density at 15 °C (59 °F) .804 kg/L .820 kg/L
Specific energy 43.15 MJ/kg 43.02 MJ/kg
Energy density 34.7 MJ/L 35.3 MJ/L
Melting temperature of structural steel
The properties of steel vary widely, depending on its alloying elements.
The austenizing temperature, the temperature where a steel transforms to an austenite crystal structure, for steel starts at 900 °C (1,650 °F) for
pure iron, then, as more carbon is added, the temperature falls to a minimum 724 °C (1,335 °F) for eutectic steel (steel with only .83% by weight of
carbon in it). As 2.1% carbon (by mass) is approached, the austenizing temperature climbs back up, to 1,130 °C (2,070 °F). Similarly, the melting
point of steel changes based on the alloy.
The lowest temperature at which a plain carbon steel can begin to melt, its solidus, is 1,130 °C (2,070 °F). Steel never turns into a liquid below
this temperature. Pure Iron ('Steel' with 0% Carbon) starts to melt at 1,492 °C (2,718 °F), and is completely liquid upon reaching 1,539 °C
(2,802 °F). Steel with 2.1% Carbon by weight begins melting at 1,130 °C (2,070 °F), and is completely molten upon reaching 1,315 °C (2,399 °F).
'Steel' with more than 2.1% Carbon is no longer Steel, but is known as Cast iron.
Carbon Steel 1425 - 1540 2600 - 2800
Stainless Steel 1510 2750
Hmmmm... The second video is from cnn... not to mention I've seen this on tv when it was on. As well, these images exist all over the net... on both
sides... There were arguments for the original story trying to claim the aircraft aluminum some how melded with rust to form thermite. It was quickly
abandoned due to the fact, both components have to be of exact quantities and mixed evenly to work effectively... I've also heard it was molten
Aluminum 660 1220
refer to this link again, then the temperature of burning jet fuel....
Not even close guys not even close
Now the theory that all the smoke was from materials from the office material, okay maybe so but jet fuel, irregardless of amount. Not hot enough, the
office materials burn even cooler than the hydrocarbons.... So explain, the OS denies molten metal, the news showed it.... on live television, are you
awake yet? Do you feel the wool receding? can you see a little clearer? How about your hearing? Did a great big ball of cotton with bushes name on it
fall out yet? I didn't use conspiracy sites to back up my sources. Yes some of those photos came from conspiracy sites, but they were the first few I
grabbed from a google image search. Do the exact same, Molten metal 9/11 they are hosted on all sorts of sites. Molten metal world trade center,
similar results... I'm not trying to spew false crap.
here's a neat wiki.... en.wikipedia.org...
"The organization is collecting signatures for a petition that demands an independent investigation with subpoena power of the September 11 attacks,
specifically the collapse of the World Trade Center towers and 7 WTC. By March 2011, nearly 1,500 architectural and engineering
Wow 1500 architectural and engineering professionals think the same # we're all talking about, I've seen other sites with much bigger figures, this
is just a reputable source...