Friday, September 27, 2013

Dallas Observer Article on Campaign - Dishonest or Grossly Misinformed?

In the article, "Dallas Gets It Very Own 9/11 Truther Billboard on Stemmons Freeway," readers are misinformed that, "The truthers talk about thermite and microspheres -- further evidence, they say, of an explosion. An analysis of the infamous 'red/gray chips' by the American Academy of Forensic Science found that they were an epoxy resin, not thermite."

 As "Simon001" points out at
The AAFS did not write that stuff, this is from the unpublished report by Dr. Millette who may be a member of the AAFS. More than a year of waiting without it being published says a lot about the quality of this report, and I have good reason to believe that it did not survive the review process. The paper by Basile is next in line. Even NIST admitted that the paint from the towers is stable to temps way above the 425°ignition temp for the chips of ATM. This story by the Dallas Observer is pretty bad by most standards, and hardly worth talking about.
The truth of the matter is, as blog contributor Ziggi Zugam and I point out in our new article published at, a "New WTC Dust Study Looks Set to Confirm Nano-thermite."

Peter ORourke states at 911blogger, "I believe that Mark Basile, in anticipation of this report has done side-by-side ignition testing with paint and the red/grey chips and that this appears in 9/11 Experts Speak Out." The side-by-side testing video does not appear in the Experts Speak Out film, but is embedded in our new article (second link up). ORourke is right that the tests were conducted by Mark Basile. They are part of the work being done in the new study.