Posted by BetterBuddy on September 22, 2003 at 15:36:51:
In Reply to: burning temperature of jet fuel posted by Nathan on February 28, 2003 at 17:08:24:
Your approximately right, Depending on conditions (wind, oxygen flow..ect) Jet fuel can vary but not even close to hot enough to melt the steel in the WTC. Those walls are obviously heavily reinforced with a very strong type of steel. I have Pictures showing the temperatures at the base of each building and the temps are WAY hotter especially at the center of them than any Jet Fuel could produce. Did you hear about the witnesses who said they saw explosions at the BASE of the tower AFTER the planes hit and BEFORE it collapsed? Did you also hear about the sizemic vibrations produced and felt seconds AFTER those explosions were seen and after the planes already crashed, they read way higher than a commercial plane that far up could have produced. Also, over 100 million dollars was illegally transfered out of the WTC right before the planes hit. Also, WTC management had a security meeting scheduled for 9/11, It was cancelled 9/10. Also, if you look at pictures of the first plane CLOSELY, you can see a cargo storage tank (only used by the US military) underneath the plane, No commercial airline has that. Isn't it great to live in such a honest country.
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