The 9/11 Conspiracy

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The US government has hidden truths about 9/11 that were not covered in the 9/11 Commission report. President Bush hesitated four hundred and forty one days before starting the 9/11 commission reports, while the Pearl Harbor and JFK incidents were started in just 7 days. “Nanothermite was found in the dust at Ground Zero. Peer reviewed in the Bentham Open Chemical Physics Journal. ‘Niels Harrit’, ‘Thermite Bentham’, “The great thermate debate” Jon Cole, ‘Iron rich spheres’ Steven Jones, ‘Limited Metallurgical Examination (FEMA C-13, Appendix C-6)’. (Cole, 2013) So why would a building have explosive residue left at the scene of the accident? And what is Nano Thermite exactly? “Nanothermite, is the common name for a subset of metastable intermolecular composites (MICs) characterized by a highly exothermic reaction after ignition. Nanothermites contain an oxidizer and a reducing agent that are intimately mixed on the nanometer scale. Such nano-energetics are produced for various applications including propellants, explosives, and pyrotechnics.” (Ryan, the-explosive-nature-of-nanothermite, 2013) So now that we know what Nanothermite is, we need to ask the question, how could it have been used to help take down the towers, how did it get into the buildings just before 9/11? The Twin Towers were built to with stand such devastating blows from planes as big as the 707, as told from a previous designer from the two towers, “it would handle the impact of a 707 traveling at 600 mpg without collapsing.” (Roberston, 2013) So, if the towers were made to with stand such impacts, what really brought down the buildings that day? Interviews with people from ground zero were to have said, they heard bombs going off inside the building before it... ... middle of paper ... Pittman, R. (2013). i-can-prove-that-it-was-not-an-airplane-that-hit-the-pentagon-major-general-albert-n-stubblebine. Retrieved 2013, from Roberston, L. (2013). articles/february2007/210207designers.htm. Retrieved 2013, from Ryan, K. (2013). the-explosive-nature-of-nanothermite. Retrieved 2013, from Weekly, P. (2013). eyewitnesses. Retrieved 2013, from

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