Explosives found in World Trade Center dust

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    Dr. Niels Harrit lectured for 34 years at the University of Copenhagen, and has published more than 60 articles in major science journals. He has delivered 90 lectures on the World Trade Center in Sweden, Norway, England, Holland, the US, Australia and Spain.

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    Admission $10 both cities. Tickets in Victoria available from Ivy’s, Sorenson’s, Tanner’s and Cadboro Bay books. He also speaks in Edmonton, Toronto, Hamilton and London.
     
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    Hasn't this been posted enough in the Conspiracy forum?
     
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    Did you know that at inspection points around the Country they get false readings of explosives all the time? many things can SEEM to be the dreaded explosives and then upon further investigation turn out to be nothing at all.
     
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    Thermite = aluminum and rust. It can be found nearly everywhere if you want it to be found.
     
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    duuude..if you go back, get tupacs autograph for me?
     
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    Playing devil's advocate, but if you had even bothered to read you would have noticed that this was "nano-thermite" or that is the allegation anyway. Nano-thermite definitely does not occur naturally sarge. And if it "is" nano-thermite then it was produced in a special process that only the U.S. military industrial complex is privy to which means it can come from only 1 place.

    That said I think the prof is mistaken somehow. I don't think his peer review passes muster.
     

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