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Issue No. 9 - Heaven & Earth
F E A T U R E S :

New » A Message for Humanity

On Morality: The Most Sacred Good

On Courage: Acting in the Presence of Fear

From Darkness, Awakening: A Department of Peace

Spirit Matters:
G&G Interviews Michael Lerner

We Still Need a Religious Left

9/11 and the American Empire:
How Should Religious People Respond?

Saving Fundamentalists From the Religious Right

The Dark Jesus: Spiritual Imagery Inspires Change and Heals Racism

Will We Choose To Survive?

A Sneak-Peak Interview with the Messiah

G&G Arts - Essay
Whose Good? Who's Evil?

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Paul Cooper wrote:
As a person who has spent all his working life working with metal, after watching some pretty damming film footage all i can say is you've all been conned. I tried to work out how metal just melts without any reasonable heat source. I've worked with bellows and immense heat forging steel and have yet to produce enough heat to actually melt steel. Sure you can get pretty close but if your relying on jet fuel to do it for you I'm afraid your all mistaken. What do we use as a BBQ plate? Have you ever seen a BBQ plate melt? Get a thousand gallons of jet fuel and suspend a piece of steel into it and light it. I guarantee you the steel will be there with maybe a dark scale on it. On looking at the trade center, where did all the molten metal in the basement come from? Where did all the molten metal spewing out the trade tower windows come from? Why when you look at the columns in the basement are they cut at 45 degrees? You can still see the slag melted down the front of the girders.

FACT: Steel can only be melted down in a blast furnace. You need to generate heat. Jet fuel has a maximum burning temperature of 980 degrees Celsius/1796 degrees Farenheit. Steel melts at 1510 degrees Celsius/2750 degrees Farenheit.

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