Too Hot

The great thing about GW's posts is they always come with plenty of links to the corroborating evidence. Spread it around!!

The fact that the World Trade Centers were brought down with high-explosives can be proven by the extreme temperatures which remained at ground zero for months.

Specifically, it rained heavily on September 14, 2001

Yet, as of September 18, 2001, ABC reported that "the temperature at
the core of 'the pile,' is near 2000 degrees Fahrenheit, according to fire officials, who add that the fires are too deep for firefighters to get to"

It rained again on September 21, 2001, and on some other days during the next couple months (search other dates under "History & Almanac")

Yet fires were still burning 3 months later

Indeed, the trade center fire was "the longest-burning structural fire in history"

As if that weren't enough, liquid metal and glowing debris were found at the trade centers six weeks after 9/11

Could an office fire -- even one started by burning jet fuel -- have done that? The answer is clearly negative.

but but but! keep in mind

but but but!

keep in mind that fires need fuel to burn.. part of that fuel is always oxygen. underneath tons and tons of debris there would not be enough oxygen to maintain such a fire..

i'm no explosives expert, but i do know that some things like napalm contain oxygen as part of the mixture, so that no external oxygen source is required..

fires burning hotter than the hottest fires while being doused in water 24hrs a day for 3 months in an oxygen starved environment.

nothing to see here, move along!

there truly is nothing to

there truly is nothing to see there, its all been shipped overseas without being analyzed, move along

No! This is the proof of

No! This is the proof of HOW HOT KEROSENE/JET FUEL REALLY IS! Campers everywhere beware! If you're using kerosene with your Coleman, make sure you toss out your camp stove into a nearby river because it could still be burning for up to 3 months in your station wagon. And if you can, try to follow your stove in the river to make sure it doesn't explode after an hour.

My station wagon, imploded

My station wagon, imploded on me :(