liquid (./2788) :
particuliers ? contamines ? preuve ? (je suis ouvert la dessus, je sais pas)
The earliest-collected sample came from Mr. Frank Delessio who, according to his videotaped testimony , was on the Manhattan side of the Brooklyn Bridge about the time the second tower, the North Tower, fell to the ground. He saw the tower fall and was enveloped by the resulting thick dust which settled throughout the area. He swept a handful of the dust from a rail on the pedestrian walkway near the end of the bridge, about ten minutes after the fall of the North Tower. He then went to visit his friend, Mr. Tom Breidenbach, carrying the dust in his hand, and the two of them discussed the dust and decided to save it in a plastic bag. On 11/15/2007,
Breidenbach sent a portion of this dust to Dr. Jones for analysis. Breidenbach has also recorded his testimony about the collection of this dust sample on videotape . Thus, the Delessio/Breidenbach sample was collected about ten minutes after the second tower collapsed. It was, therefore, definitely not contaminated by the steelcutting or clean-up operations at Ground Zero, which began later. Furthermore, it is not mixed with dust from WTC 7, which fell hours later.
On the morning of 9/12/2001
, Mr. Stephen White of New York City entered a room in his apartment on the 8th floor of 1 Hudson Street, about five blocks from the WTC. He found a layer of dust about an inch thick on a stack of folded laundry near a window which was open about 4 inches (10 cm). Evidently the open window had allowed a significant amount of dust from the WTC destruction the day before to enter the room and cover the laundry. He saved some of the dust and, on 2/02/2008, sent a sample directly to Dr. Jones for analysis.
Another sample was collected from the apartment building at 16 Hudson Street by Mr. Jody Intermont at about 2 pm on 9/12/2001. Two small samples of this dust were simultaneously sent to Dr. Jones and to Kevin Ryan on 2/02/2008 for analysis. Intermont sent a signed affidavit with each sample verifying that he had personally collected the (nowsplit) sample; he wrote:
“This dust, which came from the ‘collapsed’ World Trade Center Towers, was collected from my loft at the corner of Reade Street and Hudson Street on September 12, 2001. I give permission to use my name in connection to this evidence”. [Signed 31 January 2008 in the presence of a witness who also signed his name].
On the morning of 9/11/2001
, Ms. Janette MacKinlay was in her fourth-floor apartment at 113 Cedar St./111 Liberty St. in New York City, across the street from the WTC plaza. As the South Tower collapsed, the flowing cloud of dust and debris caused windows of her apartment to break inward and dust filled her apartment. She escaped by quickly wrapping a wet towel around her head and exiting the building. The building was closed for entry for about a week. As soon as Ms. MacKinlay was allowed to re-enter her apartment, she did so and began cleaning up. There was a thick layer of dust on the floor. She collected some of it into a large sealable plastic bag for possible later use in an art piece. Ms. MacKinlay responded to the request in the 2006 paper by Dr. Jones by sending him a dust sample. In November 2006, Dr. Jones traveled to California (!!!!!) to visit Ms. MacKinlay at her new location, and in the company of several witnesses collected a second sample of the WTC dust directly from her large plastic bag where the dust was stored. She has also sent samples directly to Dr. Jeffrey Farrer and Kevin Ryan. Results from their studies form part of this report.
 : des échantillons conservés pendant au moins cinq ans à l'air libre comme ça et aucun contrôle sur lesdits échantillons
liquid (./2788) :
Sauf que le mec dit lui meme dans la video que la thermite ne serait vraisemblalbmenet pas le seul materiel utilise, et qu'applique a la nanotech, il offre des resultats beaucoup plus amplifies a dose reduite. Il se dit specialiste et si toi derriere ton ordi et avec ton sous diplome en "sciences" tu penses pouvoir lui donner tort, pourquoi pas, mais reste que cette phrase etait tout sauf mon jugement personnel. (bien essaye le coup de relever le "me" pour conclure)
Hmmmm... Bon, OK. Je te renvoie donc à ce lien : Réaction de la thermite
Et pas besoin de diplômes, c'est de la chimie de lycée... Parler de nanotechnologies en 2001, voire en 1970 (puisqu'on dit que c'est dans la peinture utilisée pour le revêtement des colonnes d'acier qu'il y avait de la therm*te), c'est faux.
liquid (./2788) :
C'est de l'ouverture d'esprit ca
Ah bah je te propose ton interprétation, et tu veux pas répondre, c'est dommage