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Im not against the written form, but in newspapers, information is routinely retracted and corrected in later issues and your little one sided research would not show that now would it?
The question is simple.
Do you tell that to your flock too?
You know, the ones that use news reports about explosions and bombs from Sept 11 2001.
Oh that's you and there's your double standard stabbing you in the back again!
But I digress, of course I agree that taking initial reports as gospel is sketchy...but that's not helping your argument since what I've proven is reports of molten steel during fires is commonplace. In every article I posted these reports were made and something was molten.
Was it steel?
Maybe, maybe not.
Can we tell a molten materials composition my looking at it?
The NFPA recognized this years and years ago, reports of molten steel aren't proof that steel melted since people tend to use steel as a default when they see molten material.
Again, your query is just a bunch of fallacious nonsense. For one thing, it's "hydrocarbon" fires were talking about and for another, you can't prove the molten material was steel...and even if you could, you have nothing supporting your idiotic claim that molten steel indicates controlled demolition.<quoted text>
How hot does carbon fires reach as opposed to what is the melting point of steel? C'mon, Mr. "I know what x is so Im smart" Guy! You can google the answer, I know you can.
There's been a plethora of controlled demolitions all over the world, can you support your claim by showing data from those events that proves molten steel is a by-product?
No, it's more made up garbage you and your scientifically illiterate ilk accept without qualification because without your mindless acceptance, your stupid twoofer sanctioned talking point is relegated to the bin of irrelevancy.
And again, this molten steel was witnessed months later, no mechanism has ever been proposed by your charlatan masters for steel remaining molten for months afterward and IF molten steel is discernible by sight alone, then so should molten aluminum be...and where's the many reports of molten aluminum? It melts at much lower temps so there should be plenty for you to recite.