Saturday, February 27, 2010

The Smoking Gun is the "melted guns" in the NYPD Museum

This interesting artifact is a gun encased in fused concrete that was recovered from the ruins of WTC 6.
 According to the description of the museum personnel, on the above card, fire temperatures were so intense that the concrete melted, like lava, around anything in it's path".

It sets in a museum about 1/2 mile from the crime scene along with other evidence that shows the extreme temperatures that existed there. These extreme temperatures also existed in WTC 1, WTC 2, and WTC 7 as exemplified by solid evidence of melted and  twisted beams, some with holes clear through them.

The NIST nerds will deny this till the cows come home, but their hypothesis, even after all of the changes, still won't hold water. Eight years have gone by and  the cows are finally heading for the barn. Looks like a good time for an open and independent investigation to me.

The New York City Police Museum, Financial District, Manhattan NYC

The New York City Police Museum (NYCPM) celebrates the history and contributions of the New York City Police Department since its establishment in 1845. The museum is located in Lower Manhattan in New York City, near Wall Street and the South Street Seaport. While one of the museum's primary focuses is a memorial to September 11th, the museum contains a wide range of information on the history of the NYPD

New York City Police Museum 100 Old Slip, New York, NY 10005-3539(212) 480-3100


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Here's a picture of WTC 6 showing huge craters that extend to ground level. The NIST nerds claim that the damage is from the falling beams and girders as the WTC buildings fell. Note that this building didn't collapse and that the West end, in fact is somewhat intact. It looks obvious, to me, that parts of this building were as hot as the hinges of Hades. Here's a couple of my old articles: March 31, 2008 by Geezerpower 911 artifacts of melted concrete & steel April 3, 2008 by wordgeezer on Suzi-Q Some 911 evidence that didn’t get away