Check out the FLIR footage of the WTC fires, not near the temps to melt steel, or make aluminum glow orange-yellow as it drips pre-collapse.<quoted text>It is highly unlikely that the fire fighters would not have used IR thermometers, but even if they didn't we know that the temperature was hot enough to melt Iron and steel.
The extremely high temperatures contradict the official story. Office and hydrocarbon fires burn in open air at around 500Â° to 1,500Â° F and cannot reach temperatures in the range that iron or structural steel melts at around 2,700Â° F, and they also need oxygen in order to maintain themselves.
That's why the guy at NIST said in reference to molten steel...and I quote.
ÂI know of absolutely nobody, no eyewitnesses that said so, nobody thatÂs produced it.Â
Well I don't know about him, but I could show you multiple reports....maybe I should work for NIST, I appear to be more thorough than that muppet.
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