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.<quoted text>
Study the interesting history of IR thermometers.
Logic and documentation shows firefighters have been using this tech long before 9/11.
So did the multiple firefighters just make a mistake and misidentify that molten aluminum for steel? Doubtful, since aluminum melting is common in structural fires.
Now theres a reason NIST claimed that molten metal seen dripping from the WTC corner was aluminum mixed with other burning elements to give it its yellow glow, because aluminum glows yellow at 2500 F, and thats beyond what an office fire can achieve.
This is why NIST did not do physical testing on the steel to verify the highest temperature that the steel was subjected to. Its also why NIST did no chemical tests for explosives.
But Dudley just puts his head in the sand to deny, insult, and claim others are illiterate in science as he believes in scientific investigations that do not even follow the scientific method.
Thats why for him,
Insults Are Easier
The extremely high temperatures contradict the official story. Office and hydrocarbon fires burn in open air at around 500° to 1,500° F and cannot reach temperatures in the range that iron or structural steel melts at around 2,700° 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.
I know of absolutely nobody, no eyewitnesses that said so, nobody thats produced it.
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.