A 9/11 Challenge/Experiment
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|* This might make a great science project for a high school science class. |
This is just is a rough idea for an interesting but educational science project, a demonstration or maybe a challenge experiment - perhaps with real money involved - to prove a small but significant point about 9/11.
1. Take an ordinary kerosene burning lamp like the kind our grandparents used to light their homes. Fill it with kerosene - or jet fuel if you can get some, but what's the diff.?
2. Then place a piece of steel -- perhaps a short length of 'rebar' would be appropriate -- suspended above the flame and perpendicular to it. Be sure to get it in the 'hot spot'.
3. Place a clock in the background.
4. Mount your camera on a tripod & aim it at the lamp and the rebar and take regular periodic exposures or time-lapse video if you are so inclined to DOCUMENT the activity of the flame & steel.
5. Light the wick and go get a sandwich... This may take a while.
6. When your steel melts (yeah right!) send us the video or images and we will put your name on the check. Simple!
GOOD LUCK! You'll need it.
NOTE: This challenge is even open to cave dwelling Islamic fundamentalists and Pentagon Black Ops teams.
See also: Thermite and the WTC Collapses
What Really Happened