posted on Jul, 19 2012 @ 10:06 AM
Originally posted by Ookie
reply to post by Varemia
You must not be using the aluminum/iron mixture I know as thermite. It burns at 6,000 degrees. Steel melts at 2,500 degrees. I have seem thermite cut
steel. I have made it many times. put a cup full on a steel I beam and in no time it will burn a hole straight through it. They use it to weld
railroad rails together. I have seen it done.
Several 50 pound sacks of thermite wrapped around a steel beam (preferably at level with a concrete floor)will most certainly melt it into a puddle.
The steel will be 6,000 degrees once the reaction is over and it will take some time for it to cool down.
Do not question me about explosives and other intense chemical reactions. I have been making and using them since I was 12. If it explodes I know how
to make it and how to use it properly.
I've seen the cutter charge video. In order to actually cut a beam as large as the ones in the WTC, it made the same explosive noise most explosives
make. That means that we can rule that out as an option on 9/11, since there was no explosive noise recorded on cameras.
I agree that what you propose might be feasible, but I can't get over the fact that you're talking about some pretty big sacks of thermite.
Considering the floors that were under construction or unoccupied in the towers, there would be no potential to get the incendiary to multiple floors.
In my opinion, if there was a conspiracy to take down the towers, all that was necessary was an initiation of collapse. No further explosives were
Now, this is ignoring the plane impact and fires, which I feel would have had an effect on the area, especially since the towers collapsed exactly
where the planes hit. I just can't ignore things just to believe the conspiracy.