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Replication of Bentham Thermite study by James Millette, PhD

Posted 1 Feb 2012 at 12:00 PM by TruthMakesPeace

Replication of experiments is fundamental to the scientific method.

A research study has begun to replicate key aspects of the 2009 Bentham Open Chemistry and Physics Journal paper on "Active Thermitic Material Discovered in Dust from the 9/11 World Trade Center Catastrophe" by Niels H. Harrit, Jeffrey Farrer, Steven E. Jones Kevin R. Ryan, Frank M. Legge, Daniel Farnsworth, Gregg Roberts, James R. Gourley and Bradley R. Larsen.

Researcher Chris Mohr has taken the initiative and raised over $1000 for the expenses. He has made videos pointing out arguments that need to be firmly supported, in order for everyone to doubt the official story of 9/11. Chris has found a reasonably neutral and objective scientist to replicate the study on the WTC dust.

James R. Millette, Ph.D., executive director of MVA Scientific Consultants, Duluth, Ga., has received the ASTM International Award of Merit from*Committee D22 on Air Quality. The Award of Merit is the highest society award granted to an individual ASTM member for distinguished service and outstanding participation in committee activities.

Donations will help to perform more tests, and improve the quality of the study. If you wish, you can send them care of: Chris Mohr, Classical Guide Inc., Foothills Chapel, 1950 Fort Street, Golden CO 80401.

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    it has been said that notable red/gray chips in all the examples they have examined of the dust processed by the pulverization of the World Trade Center. Examination of four of these specimens, gathered from differentiate locales, is accounted for in this paper. These red/gray chips show checked likenesses in every one of the four specimens.
    Posted 16 Jul 2013 at 07:10 AM by rhore rhore is offline

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