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‘Deadly Dust’ – Niels Harrit on Electric Politics Podcast

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by George Kenney
July 10, 2009
ElectricPolitics.com

9/11 skeptics keep strengthening their case. Most recently, in a
scientific paper that analyzes material from dust collected in lower
Manhattan immediately after the event. This paper establishes beyond
any doubt that nano-thermite (an exotic, military compound), in very
large quantities, was present in the World Trade Center buildings
during their collapse. Now it’s up to those who defend the
establishment narrative to demonstrate how the nano-thermite could
have gotten there.

The simplest explanation, of course, is that it was used to bring the
buildings down.

This podcast reviews the paper with its lead author, Dr. Niels Harrit. Niels
is a professor of chemistry at the University of Copenhagen, where he’s been
teaching for about forty years. Even if you don’t agree with 9/11 skeptics,
listening to Niels you’ll most likely find him honest and believable.

Interview Description:

It takes a theory to beat a theory. Up to now, that’s played to the strengths
of the establishment narrative for 9/11. But with the discovery and analysis
of nano-thermite residue from dust collected in lower Manhattan immediately
after 9/11, the counterfactual burden falls the other way. To get the story
from the source I turned to Dr. Niels Harrit, lead author of a recent paper
(.pdf) that examines the dust in exhaustive detail. A professor of chemistry
at the University of Copenhagen for over forty years, with an impressive publication
record (.pdf), Niels brings a high level of professional credibility to the
9/11 truth movement. I was very happy to talk with Niels and I thank him for
his tremendous public service. Total runtime fifty eight minutes. Dare to question
convention!

If you like this podcast please feel free to forward the link.

Listen here: http://www.electricpolitics.com/podcast/2009/07/deadly_dust.html