Good posts, who.
Now Dudley is claiming that firefighters didn't personally use thermal measurements to determine if they saw molten steel as they claimed, but instead were just mistaken when they actually just saw molten aluminum running down the channel rails - like in a foundry.
He seems to think steel wouldn't be melted at 2800 degrees and NIST is supposed to deny the testimony that steel was melted.
And if anyone disagrees with him, well
Insults Are Easier
No it was definitely steel.
I remember reading an account from one of the clean up crew some years ago who said that he took temp readings on site using some gizmo or other...I'll see if I can find it.
In any case, with the presence of pulverized concrete, secondary explosions and molten steel one would think that a test for explosives would have been a matter of course.