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I've never heard Ray interviewed before.

It's Not The Crime That Kills You, But The Cover-Up

Off Topic

4/30/07 OAKLAND, Calif. — "A gasoline tanker crashed and burst into flames near the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge on Sunday, creating such intense heat that a stretch of highway melted and collapsed. Officials predicted a traffic nightmare for Bay Area commuters for weeks or months to come."
Witnesses reported flames rising up to 200 feet into the air. Heat exceeded 2,750 degrees and caused the steel beams holding up the interchange from eastbound I-80 to eastbound Interstate 580 above to buckle and bolts holding the structure together to melt, leading to the collapse, California Department of Transportation director Will Kempton said." FOX NEWS REPORT

Sorry if this has already been discussed, but the "exceeded 2,750 degrees" statement is clearly a shot at 9/11 Truth. A burning gasoline tanker produced this much heat? Really? Can anyone verify or debunk that?

And if there were other steel beams

beneath the one that was directly exposed to the fire, these, no doubt, would have offered no resistance once the damaged beam fell on top of them, sending them all cascading downward into San Francisco Bay in a matter of seconds, even as chunks of them were projected horizontally for hundreds of feet through the air, while the pavement from the highway was simultaneously pulverized into a fine dust.

But if a second tanker came along later and crashed coming from the other direction, causing another fire and exposing the beam on the opposite side to flames, I'll bet that second beam--even though subjected to heat for a shorter amount of time--would have collapsed first.