Part 1: April 2009 Chemistry Report about Nano-Thermitic Material Discovered in 9/11 World Trade Center Dust

“We have discovered distinctive red/gray chips in all the samples we have studied of the dust produced by the destruction of the World Trade Center.
...The red portion of these chips is found to be an unreacted thermitic material incorporating nanotechnology and highly energetic. ...The carbon content of the red material indicates that an organic substance is present. This would be expected for super-thermite formulations in order to produce high gas pressures from ignition and thus make them explosive.”

- April 2009 Bentham Open Chemical Physics Journal, Volume 2

Top:  Photomicrograph of red/gray chip from samples of the WTC dust involved in this study. 31-page report with photomicrographs and spectra were published April 3, 2009, in The Open Chemical Physics Journal.   Bottom:  Red-gray residues of burnt thermite used by railway workers to cut or weld railroad tracks shown in Wikipedia.
Top:  Photomicrograph of red/gray chip from samples of the WTC dust involved in this study. 31-page report with photomicrographs and spectra were published April 3, 2009, in The Open Chemical Physics Journal.   Bottom:  Red-gray residues of burnt thermite used by railway workers to cut or weld railroad tracks shown in Wikipedia.

May 1, 2009   Copenhagen, Denmark - On April 4, 2009, I received an email in which the subject line said:  “Active Thermitic Material Discovered in Dust from the 9/11 World Trade Center Catastrophe.” A hot link was included and I ended up at a website entitled Bentham Open Access, The 2009 Open Chemical Physics Journal, Volume 2, where I clicked on DOWNLOAD. A 25-page PDF with many color photomicrographs and spectra ended up on my desktop. See:  Bentham Open Chemical Physics Journal, Vol. 2.

 

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