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Nist Wtc7 Press Release Thurs. Aug. 21, NIST NCSTAR 1-9 & 1A

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post Sep 12 2008, 01:01 PM
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QUOTE (dMole @ Sep 10 2008, 01:18 PM) *
EDIT: Seriously though, boiling rusted, frozen iron/steel parts is a pretty good way to crack them loose BTW.

Don't I know it! smile.gif

Sometimes a big can of freeze spray was used as a last resort, this not because the technique was dangerous, but it was, but because all manner of sh*t would fly after using it. The only freeze spray available in those days was a CO2 fire extinguisher misuse of which was a punishable offence (Articles of War and all that). Besides that is one hell of a lot of freeze for one joint. laugh.gif

Easing stuck fastening was a well practiced art with the ol' Phantom F4K. One outer wing upper surface panel had 948 fasteners, mostly close tolerance high tensile steel countersunk, and there was its twin (these known as panels 111 left and right) on the other side of the cab (idiom for A/C in the FAA, the hair force called ‘em kites), and both these panels had to be removed, on each of 12 aircraft, every 21 days for greasing the outboard leading edge flap link bearing.

It was not uncommon to have to drill off the heads when all else including Easy-outs had failed of about 10 percent. That is alot of screws to drill.

Then there was 36 left and right along the sides of fuselage just forward of the engine centre bearing breather. These were so long, and the aircraft skin so highly stressed, that a support had to be put in place under the keel just forward of the deck-hook attachment and a nose jack also positioned, otherwise the aircraft bent out of shape.

This is the second time I have had to post, the connection dropped just as I hit add reply.

Edit. On rewriting forgot the opening line.

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post Oct 11 2008, 11:41 AM
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I just found these at Richard Gage's website this morning. There is a list of public questions/responses that was submitted to NIST on their err... ummm... WTC7 Draft Report.

http://www.ae911truth.org/

Public comments on the NIST WTC7 draft report. Submitted to NIST 09/11/08, Jonathan Cole P.E. (15.7 MB)
http://ae911truth.org/docs/J_Cole_NIST_WTC...8-SUBMITTED.pdf

The Destruction of WTC 7, Vesa Raiskila
http://11syyskuu.blogspot.com/2006/02/dest...n-of-wtc-7.html

Reply to Protec's
A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE COLLAPSE OF WTC TOWERS 1, 2 & 7 FROM AN EXPLOSIVES AND CONVENTIONAL DEMOLITION INDUSTRY VIEWPOINT, by Jim Hoffman
http://911research.wtc7.net/reviews/blanchard/index.html

Proof That The Thermal and Gravitational Energy Available Were Insufficient to Melt Steel in the Twin Towers and 7 World Trade Center on 9/11/01, Terry Morrone
http://www.journalof911studies.com/volume/...ingWTCsteel.pdf

There are several articles and papers on WTC1 & 2 as well as the NIST and other reports at:
http://www.ae911truth.org/techarts.php
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