reply to post by _BoneZ_
Let me start off by saying that I truly welcome responses like yours, because unlike the many of the responses i usually get you have actually put
some effort and thought into your response so i can respect that. Its clear you know your topic, so please do not assume that I am out to change your
mine with this response.
So you start of by saying the following.
Well, this OP is chock full of misinformation, disinformation, and misdirection. Let's try to clear some of it up, shall we?
I am very clear at the start of this thread that I am not a chemist and this is not my area of expertise and as such i encourage all members to visit
the links and watch the videos of the OP. If there are any mistakes they are my own, they were unintentional and thank you for raising them.
You then move on to discuss WTC-7 arguing that the point of collapse does not start when the penthouse collapsed.
I am sorry but this is wrong, the penthouse collapsed because for whatever reason the floors below it must have already collapsed meaning that it did
not have anything to hold it up hence it collapsed. So yes that is where the collapse initiated, in fact it was probably a second or two before it
actually fell as the floors below it would have been falling first. As such it took longer than 6.6 seconds.
You then make a point about the the building collapsing "mostly into its own footprint" and while this might be true to a extent, Jones does use the
word's "completely int its own footprint" this is a factual error on his part.
Yet an error on my part that you do highlight quite rightly is that Jones did not resign but rather he retired, you must forgive me getting this
detail wrong. However the main point i was making was that BYU put him on administrative leave over his increasingly speculative work that did not
meet academic standards.
Indeed in his documentary on the subject he makes it quite clear that this was a very difficult decision for him but he was essentially forced into it
by the university.
The only reason I made mention of his paper regarding Jesus visiting America was to highlight how wacky some of his research had became it was not a
personal jibe at his religious beliefs, after all he published the paper.
They went to numerous different media to present their findings. Most mainstream media publications would not entertain any alternate theory
concerning 9/11. And most of them still don't to this day.
Well actually several media networks picked up on Jones's work at the time he began publishing, again this is evident in his documentary.
And its not about going to to the media publications that is the issue but not going to a established academic journal to publish their findings.
Also when i say he can't prove where the dust sample's came from i mean he does not have any way of knowing if these people definitely got the dust
samples where they claimed to and when they claimed to as they were not collected in a scientific way. Their collection was not documented they were
not kept in sterile conditions to ensure they did not become contaminated an so on.
Finally, the issue of Barium Nitrate, Jones research paper did not mention any Barium nitrate and subsequent research has not isolated any Barium
nitrate in adequate quantities to support the idea that Thermate was used. Lets not forget Jones talks about thermite or "nano-thermite" but not
thermate. The reason for this is because he didn't find any.
Again Thank you for posting.