The 9/11 WTC Fires:
Where's the Inferno?
|Not everyone is convinced by the official story of the towers collapse...
The laboratory director from a South Bend firm has been fired for attempting to cast doubt on the federal investigation into what caused the World Trade Center's twin towers to collapse on Sept. 11, 2001. Kevin R. Ryan was terminated Tuesday from his job at Environmental Health Laboratories Inc., a subsidiary of Underwriters Laboratories Inc., the consumer-product safety testing giant.
Ryan wrote that the institute's preliminary reports
suggest the WTC's supports were probably exposed to fires no hotter than 500 degrees -- only half the
1,100-degree temperature needed to forge steel, Ryan said. That's also much cooler, he wrote, than the 3,000
degrees needed to melt bare steel with no fire-proofing.
|Let's take a closer look at the fires in the Twin Towers...
|Under solicitation number SB1341-03-Q-0281, a firm fixed-price purchase order has been awarded to
Underwriters Laboratory Inc. for the testing of the steel joist-supported floor system of the Word Trade
Center towers under the fire conditions prescribed in ASTM E119. The results of the testing will provide the
fire endurance ratings of typical floor construction to evaluate three primary factors, 1) test scale, 2)
fireproofing thickness, and 3) thermal restraint.
Under this solicitation, three ASTM E119 tests of the WTC
floor construction will be performed as follows:
Findings --- The floor system DID NOT FAIL to support loads in any test.
9/11 Comparison Fires
Both of the above buildings were of inferior build quality to the WTC, yet they burned hotter & far longer than the twin towers & WTC 7 AND REMAINED STANDING.
The "truss theory" relies on the assumption that 800ēC+ infernos started a catastrophic chain of events which led to the collapse of the twin towers. There were fires in both buildings following the aircraft impacts, but no infernos - "most perimeter panels (157 of 160) saw no temperatures above 250ēC."
The fires were indeed fed by typical office contents, so the buildings should have remained standing.
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