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9/11 Truth: The NIST no molten metal guy posing by steel with unexplained melting (PHOTOS)

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| WTF News | Baran Hines

Page 1: Introduction to photos, documented melting Page 2: How the melting may have occurred Page 3: Appendix C of FEMA BPAT report Those familiar with the 9/11 Truth movement have probably seen the popular video of a NIST official denying any evidence of the dozens of reports of “molten metal” seen in the World Trade Center towers before their collapse and in the rubble after. The man in the video is John Gross, a leading engineer with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). The video was recorded during a 2007 information session in Austin, Texas where a researcher asked Gross about the reports of molten metal. As he asked the question, Gross became visibly irritated because he knew where the man’s question was going, towards evidence that contradicts the official explanation of collapse from the plane crashes and resulting fires.

Beyond the eyewitness accounts of molten metal, there is confirmation in official government reports of unexplained, melted steel. Using the word unexplained to describe the damage is not an opinion, but conclusions directly from an official report which has a special section focused on finding the cause of the observed damage. It was the responsiblity of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to coordinate the investigation of the collapsed buildings, reported in the 2002 Building Performance study. An obscure section of the study called “Limited Metallurgical Examinations”, labeled Appendix C (full report), reports on the analysis of 2 steel samples that were melted beyond the normal capabilities of a fuel-based fire.

Only one picture of each steel sample are shown in the report and neither show the true scale of the melting observed. Both of the steel samples were from pieces originally over 1 inch thick and now both are at least 75% thinner, completely melted in some areas with brittle, jagged edges. The pictures in the report make the melting seem like isolated anomalies. A set of photos may explain more about why Gross was so irritated with the questioning. Gross was part of the FEMA Building Performance Assessment Team who began documenting the debris, which was being removed as quick as possible to expedite the rescue efforts for the lives of emergency workers and victims in the towers. Read more at

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