Part 2: April 2009 Chemistry Report about Nano-Thermitic Material Discovered in 9/11 World Trade Center Dust

“This nano-thermitic evidence can be ignored to our peril because something very nefarious happened on 9/11.”

- Steven E. Jones, Ph.D., Physicist

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.

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May 1, 2009  Spring City, Utah - The third listed author on the April 2009 Bentham Open Chemical Physics Journal paper is Steven E. Jones, Ph.D., Prof. Emeritus of Physics from Brigham Young University and now a private citizen who has long been investigating what exactly happened to bring the two World Trade Center towers and Building 7 straight down and so quickly.

 

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