A Danish laboratory reports that it has found evidence of the presence of the explosive thermite in dust recovered from the site of the September 11, 2001 destruction of the World Trade Center.This is the first time that physical evidenceof a pyrotechnic used in, among other things, demolition,has been confirmed to be present in the debris. Researchers concerned that the collapse of the two towers was not a likely result of impact by aircraft have long contended that they appeared to implode, as if they had been destroyed by controlled demolitions. The discovery that thermite was definitely present during the disaster strongly suggests that the towers may have been prepared in advance for destruction. Thermite is a pyrotechnic capable of producing extremely high heat. It can be applied to surfaces such steel beams and, if ignited, could cause the sort of weakness that followed the impacts of the jets on the buildings. It has not been shown that the temperatures generated by the burning of jet fuel could have caused steel structural elements in the buildings to fail. The specific substance found was a metastable intermolecular composite, or superthermite, containing nanoparticles. It was highly energetic.
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