Thursday, August 22, 2013

Assume that Triple-W is the infiltrator

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It slipped through the cracks that this re-purpose didn't happen. Useful to see how much effort Mr. Rogue put into side-lining nuclear considerations with lies, cheats, and weasel energy.


x102 Señor El Once : Late to the Party

2013-03-20


x103 Señor El Once : Directed Energy Weapon, indeed. The energy came from a nuclear source

2013-03-26


x104 Señor El Once : "Red Herring" assessment

2013-04-09


x105 Señor El Once : Doggedly, the weasel continues to champion super-duper nano-thermite by any means possible

2013-04-12


x106 Señor El Once : keep an eye out for that "projection" stuff

2013-04-15


x107 Señor El Once : decibels and recordings is a bit of circus ring & strawman

2013-04-19


x108 Señor El Once : off of this lunatic's endless carousel ride

2013-04-22


x109 Señor El Once : the dust is composed of many things

2012-04-24


x110 Señor El Once : The neutron glove fits.

2013-04-30


x111 HybridRogue1 : The locus is hocus pocus

2013-04-30


x112 Señor El Once : vanishing molecules

2013-05-01


x113 Señor El Once : Veteran's Today Solving 9/11 Mystery

2013-05-02


x114 Señor El Once : belief in God

2013-05-14


x115 Señor El Once : words of burn-out

2013-05-20


x116 Señor El Once : Warning of possible spooky links

2013-05-28


x117 Señor El Once : less sincere and rational

2013-05-28


x119 Señor El Once : Dr. Wood's work has its own strong points and weaknesses

2013-07-10


x120 Señor El Once : slight advantage to a plane with wingspan large enough

2013-07-18


x121 Señor El Once : Who are you? What is your real name?

2013-07-21


x122 Señor El Once : little bit loose with the "troll" word

2013-07-23


x123 Señor El Once : What are you deluded by?

2013-07-25


x124 Señor El Once : the most dangerous 9/11 conspirators

2013-07-30


x125 Señor El Once : piling on poor Mr. Kevin Ryan

2013-08-05


x126 Señor El Once : Stop earning the extra "Dubya"

2013-08-05


x127 Señor El Once : Review, Criticism, Smear

2013-08-06


x128 Señor El Once : the third time the challenge has been put to you

2013-08-06


x130 Señor El Once : scope-limiting leading to false conclusions

2013-08-06


x131 HybridRogue & Adam Ruff : Hit & Run

2013-08-08


x132 HybridRogue : too much of a weasel to post here

2013-08-12


x133 Señor El Once : lives up to the "weasel"

2013-08-12


x134 Señor El Once : No radiation = no nuke?

2013-08-12

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1 comment:

M. C. Bruecke said...

Section x106 "keep an eye out for that 'projection' stuff" and item [4] the duration of under-rubble hot-spots has a misunderstanding.

It was written:
"[T]hermite under-the-rubble would obtain its oxygen from the reaction with steel and leaves iron as a by-product."

Here is the chemical equation for thermite:

Fe2O3 + 2Al --> 2Fe + Al2O3 + heat

It says that one of the components of thermite itself (Fe2O3) has the oxygen used in the combustion as well as one of the resulting products.

If the thermite is applied to steel, the reaction is not taking oxygen from the steel and leaving iron (Fe). The heat output product of the chemical reaction is acting on the steel to cut or melt it, and is not breaking the steel into its chemical components, is not consuming oxygen from the steel, and is not leave iron (Fe) from the steel as a by-product. The iron by-product comes from the original thermite compound.

If we assume thermite is the primary mechanism, the proportional amount of measured tiny iron spheres in the dust can be traced back through the chemical reaction to arrive at estimates for initial quantities. They are still massive.

If we assume that nuclear (DEW) methods were the primary mechanisms, then the proportional amount of measured tiny iron spheres in the dust might have well come from steel (Fe3C + other alloys), but requires being broken down from the chemical compound comprising steel.

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