Thursday, April 8, 2010

An enemy within

By FaithRMichaels


Residues of ceramic molds for thermite welding like these, left by railway workers, can be found along tracks.
I repeat:
Two buckets of thermite residues left by railway workers after welding tracks.
Oh look red and gray chips.
Maybe it's not the same type of thermite as the red and gray chips found in the dust of the WTC, but it's residual thermite and it's in red and gray chips bonded together...
(thermite has chemical variances depending on type and purpose)
Things that make me go HMMMMM!

Oh look More Red and Gray Chips!
These were found in the dust of the WTC:


Looks like the same stuff to me.
Ain't that something!

"Nanoparticles can be prepared by spray drying from a solution, or in case of insoluble oxides, spray pyrolysis of solutions of suitable precursors. The composite materials can be prepared by sol-gel techniques or by conventional wet mixing and pressing.

Similar but not identical systems are nano-laminated pyrotechnic compositions, or energetic nanocomposites. In these systems, the fuel and oxidizer is not mixed as small particles, but deposited as alternating thin layers." -

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What the scientific peer-reviewed paper "Active Thermitic Material Discovered in Dust from the 9/11 World Trade Center Catastrophe" said about those energetic particles

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