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Denmark

With the publication of Active Thermitic Material Discovered in Dust from the 9/11 World Trade Center Catastrophe, conclusive identification of explosive residues in the Twin Towers was in hand: tiny chips found consistently in WTC dust samples contain a red nanocomposite substance that has particles, 40 nm thick, of elemental aluminum.

In a world without perception management campaigns, proof that there were explosives in the Twin Towers -- and tens of tons of high-tech explosives at that -- would be big news. But who would seriously imagine seeing on the cover of the New York Times: "Massive Quantities of High-Tech Explosives Positively Identified in WTC; Entire Basis of War on Terror a Fraud"? No, Active Thermitic Material Discovered didn't even elicit one of Eric Lipton's tributes to the conspiracy buffs. While Loose Change was newsworthy enough to make the cover of USA Today, the new scientific paper clearly documenting conclusive positive tests for explosives, was quietly ignored -- or actively ignored in the case of Wikipedia, where long-absent Wikipedians came out of their closets to scoured pages of all references to the paper. 1  

But the mainstream media in Denmark, home of the paper's lead author Niels Harrit, was willing to look, and the story also got an early hearing in Utah's Deseret News. 2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9  


References

1. Activist Editors at Wikipedia Censor 'Active Thermitic Material', NowPublic.com, 4/13/2009
2. Konspirationsteorier om 9/11 får nyt liv, politiken.dk, [cached]
3. Super-Explosive Found in WTC Remains, Javno.com, [cached]
4. Dansk forsker: Eksplosivt nanomateriale fundet i støvet fra World Trade Center, Videnskab.dk, [cached]
5. Dansker genopliver konspirationsteori om 11. september, kristeligt-dagblad.dk, [cached]
6. Mystik om WTC: Nano-termit i tårne, ekstrabladet.dk, [cached]
7. Forskere: Sprængstof i støvet fra WTC, jp.dk, [cached]
8. Traces of explosives in 9/11 dust, scientists say, DeseretNews.com, [cached]
9. Study claims 'highly engineered explosive' found in WTC rubble, RawStory.com, [cached]

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Niels Harrit was on TV in Denmark. video here