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Chemical Engineer Mark Basile discusses his discovery of thermite in WTC dust

ae911truth | October 26, 2010

Chemical Engineer Mark Basile – The first scientist who found thermite in the World Trade Center dust discusses in depth his process of discovery using the scientific method.

This interview is some raw footage of one of the world class experts appearing in architects and engineer’s upcoming hard hitting documentary “9/11:Explosive Evidence – Experts speak out”

October 27, 2010 - Posted by | False Flag Terrorism, Science and Pseudo-Science


  1. It’d be great to get a honest investigation done by scientists but it won’t happen. Too many people in the upper echelons of power have a vested interest in keeping the truth hidden forever. 9/11 shows really what our government is capable of. The enemy is not Osama, a convenient boogey man (a CIA agent), who is probably dead but kept alive in the media.

    Comment by anony mous | October 27, 2010

  2. Is it a scientific discovery that skyscrapers must hold themselves up? Is it a scientific discovery that skyscraper designers must figure out how to distribute the steel and concrete so they can stay up and withstand the wind?

    So why haven’t people claiming to know physics been demanding accurate data on the steel and concrete distributions and why wasn’t it at least determined that airliners could not do it WITHIN SIX MONTHS?

    9/11 is the Piltdown Man incident of the 21st century.

    Comment by psikeyhackr | April 28, 2011

    • It took years before the “Himalayan glaciers will melt as soon as 2035” theory was exposed as fantastically impossible. Yet any fully qualified glaciologist must surely have known all along.

      This is why we can’t bow to the priests of authority but must remain open-minded.

      Comment by aletho | April 28, 2011

  3. There’s a difference between being “openminded” and being sensible… There’s a reason why in law enforcement the concept of “chain of custody” is so important… There is absolutely no assurance whatsoever that the dust samples that Mark Basile (the chemical engineer in the video) investigated actually did come from the twin towers… For all we know these samples were doctored…

    BTW, I to am an (mechanical) engineer and do understand what he’s talking about… However, I have no doubt that if I claimed to have examined (alleged) dust from the twin towers and that my results were different from his people (e.g. from would claim that my samples were not to be trusted…

    However, I’m pretty certain that those same people will not abide by the “what’s good for the gander is good for the goose” principle…

    Comment by Bambi | September 11, 2012

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