I gave you the link. Jones went on a world wide tour last fall -- presenting the evidence and challenging skeptics to review it -- and to respond to his science. So far, your RANDI skeptics have not done so.
Here -- for the umpteenth time - -is the link.
In the video Jones explains in detail how his team checked out the claim about the paint. They were able to obtain and test a sample of red primer paint from the WTC. An artist had created a sculpture from some WTC columns. The artist scraped off a large sample of red paint from the steel and sent it to Jones. BTW the artist has since become a truther.
The chemistry of the paint was different from that of the chips found in the dust. Period. End of story.
So far -- the Jones lecture is not up at Youtube. You will have to invest $20 for the DVD.
Your attack of Bentham is laughable. Like it or not, this was a peer reviewed paper. You and others attack the on line journal simply because you don't like the results. It's the same old shyte we've seen on issue after issue -- over the long history of science.
People who don't like the results -- snipe about the character or credentials of the researcher. Or the journal in question. Instead of dealing with the science itself.
We saw a similar pattern after the cold fusion discovery in 1989. The two scientists who announced it, Pons and Fleishman, were ridiculed and hounded out of this country. They had to go to Europe just to continue their research.
Dr Steven Jones was the third scientist involved in the cold fusion issue. He developed a different line of research. You can find a good discussion in FIRE FROM ICE by Eugene Mallove.
Mallove wrote the book in 1999. By then it was clear to him that cold fusion was a real phenomenon -- though still unexplained -- and that Pons and Flieshman had been the subject of a witch hunt by the hot fusion establishment.
Why? It was a turf war. Cold fusion threatened a major breakthrough that would put hot fusion out of business. The hot fusion scientists reacted to defend their grant money, their labs, their jobs, their prestige and power. It was science gone amok.
We are seeing a repeat over this nanothermite issue. Same old sad story.
Only the future hangs in the balance.