What was the Molten Metal Seen Pouring Out of the South Tower Minutes Before its Collapse — Steel and Iron, or Aluminum and/or Lead? Print
Written by Simon Falkner   
Tuesday, 01 July 2014 07:59

Liquid metal was seen pouring out of the South Tower during the final seven minutes before its collapse on September 11, 2001. Was it a combination of steel and iron, or was it aluminum and/or lead? What was the molten metal reported under the rubble of the Twin Towers at Ground Zero? And why is the identification of the molten metal important?

Yellow-white glowing molten metal is seen pouring from the South Tower just minutes before its collapse. Accompanying white smoke was sometimes visible. NIST did not investigate the phenomenon.Although thirteen years have elapsed since that fateful day, the answer to these questions is still significant, because it discredits the US government's version of events on 9/11.

The problem with the official narrative is that the office fires — purportedly ignited by the crash of an airplane into each skyscraper — could not have melted iron or steel, although they could have melted aluminum or lead.

Put another way, the evidence does in fact demonstrate that the observed molten metal was indeed molten iron and molten steel, and that it could not have been either molten aluminum or molten lead.

Proof that the molten metal was in fact steel and iron allows us to draw three conclusions. First, it reveals that the official explanation for the collapse of the Twin Towers was certainly false. Second, it exposes misconduct by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), which ignored the National Fire Protection Association's investigative protocols in the NFPA 921 Guide for Fire and Explosion Investigations. Third, and most importantly, it provides clear-cut evidence of controlled demolition. This revelation justifies a true investigation of the collapses of the WTC skyscrapers.

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