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  • n. Plural form of thermite.


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  • Such alternative materials could have been spray-on nano-thermites substituted for intumescent paint or Interchar-like fireproofing primers (NASA 2006).

    kevin, this is a daft suggestion

  • Sol-gel nano-thermites by Michael Fullerton on Thursday, Jan 8, 2009 at 3: 22: 25 PM

    OpEdNews - Diary: 9/11: NIST Provides the Proof 9-11 was an Inside Job / False Flag Attack.

  • References on the Explosive Nature of Nano-thermites by MikeZimmer on Thursday, Jun 18, 2009 at 4: 32: 04 PM

    911 NanoTech Thermite Publisher Accepts Fake Paper, Editors quit

  • Be-fore he fell hill he filled heaven: a stream, alplapping streamlet, coyly coiled um, cool of her curls: We were but thermites then, wee, wee.

    Finnegans Wake

  • Why did you not consider the use of thermite, thermate, nano-thermites, and other state of the art materials?

    Drudge Retort

  • Only incendiary and explosive materials, such as thermite, thermate, and nano-thermites could produce these temperatures.

    Drudge Retort

  • You take control of a single floor, drill into the columns, then using special equipment, coat the inner side of the boxes with a thermite compound (see the article on NIST and nano-thermites for some inspiration). what's new online!

  • 19 Kevin Ryan, The top ten connections between NIST and nano-thermites, Journal of 9 / 11

    Information Liberation

  • Sunder's answer, apart from being vague and unsupported, is also in direct contradiction to the fact that a number of the NIST WTC investigation leaders had expert knowledge of nano-thermites, and that such materials can be sprayed onto surfaces like steel. (

    Information Liberation


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