Physicist Jeff Farrer - one of the scientists who found Thermite in the World Trade Center dust discusses in depth his process of discovery using the scientific method.
This interview is raw footage of one of the world class experts appearing in architects and engineers upcoming hard hitting documentary "911 Explosive Evidence - Experts speak out"
Jeff comments at about 8:15 of this video – “People say “Well, they cut up the steel, couldn’t you create phases with a torch?”… Yeah, you probably could.”
Jeff comes across as very open-minded, a character trait not found in those supporting the government’s official theory. He admits that a torch could potentially have created these distinctive, extreme heat created phases, but in order to be positive, a controlled experiment should be performed.
But what Jeff failed to think of at this moment in the interview was, the dust samples that were analyzed, and found to contain these phase markers, were gathered on 9/11/01, from locations as far away as the Brooklyn Bridge, and from inside an apartment 30 stories tall and several blocks from Ground Zero that had a window open. These samples were virgin dust from the original collapse, dust that was spewed into the air from the collapse. The torch work commenced after the huge plumes had dispersed, and the chemical result of the torch work would be localized to the immediate area of the Tower’s footprints.
Strangely, Jeff does not look, speak or act like a “Moonbat” or “Loon”, or off his “meds”, or needing his “meds”, does he? On the contrary, he comes across as exactly what he is, an educated and credentialed Physicist who had the courage to step outside of the official story long enough to analyze the forensic evidence from Ground Zero, and after careful analysis he finds in that evidence the positive proof of the presence of high-energy materials which created temperatures twice as hot as could have been produced by jet fuel and office contents. (High-energy materials which are never present in a steel framed high rise structure)
Why didn’t NIST find this forensic evidence? They admitted they did not find any evidence to support a controlled demolition scenario, because they did not look for it.