"Thermite has never been used in building demolition." - [9/11] Critical Thinking For Dummies - Controlled Demolition by "Juniversal" at the JREF Forum
Popular Mechanics Ignores Its Own Historical Records of Thermite Demolition: Destruction of Skyride Towers, Reichstag Dome Set Incendiary Precedent
Written by Eli Rika
Friday, 04 November 2011 13:41
The editors at Popular Mechanics have made a name for themselves as ardent defenders of the official 9/11 story. Editor-in-Chief James Meigs and contributing writers have presented articles in the magazine that dismiss the scientific evidence of controlled demolition of the WTC skyscrapers and characterize the discovery of thermitic residue in the WTC dust as insignificant. However, a recent review of the Popular Mechanics archives has revealed that this “world-renowned” publication reported on the use of thermite to bring down steel structures over 75 years ago...
A search through national news archives has brought up another famous example of thermite-assisted demolition... The steel-framed roof of the German Reichstag, which survived arson in 1933 and Allied bombardment during World War II, was felled by thermite charges in 1954.
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Friday, November 4, 2011
Thermite Has Never Been Used in Building Demolition?
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