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DrDebug Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Nov-13-06 04:21 AM
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3. So that's what you meant with Star Wars
Edited on Mon Nov-13-06 04:42 AM by DrDebug
So I'm kinda sorry but I thought on another thread a couple of days ago that somebody meant the relationship between 9/11 and the Star Wars program and there is a weak relation between the two (
http://www.democraticunderground.com/discuss/duboard.ph... ) But I hadn't heard about this story.

Very interesting story you have there. The weak point is that you don't prove anything so the OCTers will have a field day ridiculing you and keeping you entertained with "Fetch boy! Good dog! Go fetch!" questions.

I agree that the dustification of the towers is very strange and especially that it affected cars around the towers as well who seemed to spontaneous combust ( http://janedoe0911.tripod.com/StarWarsBeam5.html )

I wonder whether there any Audis at Ground Zero. The chance is very small since it's not a really popular car. What sets their new cars it apart from other cars is that they are made of aluminum instead of steel. So if Audis didn't melt at Ground Zero, could it have been the result of the microwaving steel:


Microwave Steel: Faster, Cleaner, Cheaper
Source: Michigan Technological University
Date: January 26, 2004

You shouldn't try it at home, however, since it involves heating the raw materials up to 1,000 degrees Celsius, about the same temperature as molten lava.

The feat was accomplished by Michigan Tech researcher Jiann-Yang (Jim) Hwang, who wired together the magnetrons from six garden-variety microwaves into one super- heavy-duty oven and added an electric arc furnace. He then put iron oxide and coal inside. In a matter of minutes, the microwave energy reduced the iron ore to iron, and the electric arc furnace smelted the iron and coal into steel.

(...)

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2004/01/0401260732...


The weak point of this whole theory is that you need to show that the technology exists which is able to turn to steel into dust and can be used as some sort of weapon. That is the part which is missing from the website. If such technology exists then indeed it would probably target a small range of materials like steel. The next problem is how was WTC targeted with such a weapon, because the gif animation shows that the dustification continued after parts had already collapsed, so it couldn't have been inside the building and because it was more or less focused on a limited area the weapon would have most likely have been high up in the air (NRO's unidentified "national security" satelite of Sept 8, 2001?). Maybe the hole in WTC6 is the result of a the same weapon as well, ie. the result of just missing WTC1 or WTC2.



Did the paint get peeled off the car, because the steel underneath was microwaved? And did the microwave energy come from the sky, because most damage was done to the top of the car and not the sides...



Is this car partially burned because the backside was underneath the fly over and thus was not microwaved unlike the front of the car which was exposed?

Anyway the OCTers are going to love this stuff, because it is highly speculative and thus leads to enormous ridicule, so I'm so going to ignore all replies ;)
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