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Old 01-11-2013, 02:44 PM   #89
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Originally Posted by mhgaffney View Post
So Brit is still claiming that the jet fuel melted the steel.

No, the quotes were from experts, unlike you, I look for 'expert opinion' not fairy tales.

Even after NIST acknowledged in its 2005 final report that this did not happen.
This what NIST said, but keep repeating the same troofer BS.

From the NIST website, 2011, which nicely summarizes the final report.

Questions and Answers about the NIST WTC Towers Investigation
6. What caused the collapses of WTC 1 and WTC 2?
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Based on its comprehensive investigation, NIST concluded that the WTC towers collapsed because: (1) the impact of the planes severed and damaged support columns, dislodged fireproofing insulation coating the steel floor trusses and steel columns, and widely dispersed jet fuel over multiple floors; and (2) the subsequent unusually large number of jet-fuel ignited multi-floor fires (which reached temperatures as high as 1,000 degrees Celsius, or 1,800 degrees Fahrenheit) significantly weakened the floors and columns with dislodged fireproofing to the point where floors sagged and pulled inward on the perimeter columns. This led to the inward bowing of the perimeter columns and failure of the south face of WTC 1 and the east face of WTC 2, initiating the collapse of each of the towers. Both photographic and video evidence—as well as accounts from the New York City Police Department aviation unit during a half-hour period prior to collapse—support this sequence for each tower.
http://www.nist.gov/el/disasterstudi..._wtctowers.cfm

And from a recent Purdue University study.

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Building fires may reach temperatures of 1,000 degrees Celsius, or more than 1,800 degrees Fahrenheit, and the strength of steel structures drops by about 40 percent when exposed to temperatures exceeding 500 degrees Celsius.
http://www.purdue.edu/newsroom/resea...1Varma911.html

What sources are you using, Gaffney? Unicorns? the idiot, Gage?

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