It's more than 22 years since the gruesome attack on the Twin Towers and as far as I know, no one has yet come up with any credible information as to how millions of tons of concrete were turned into dust or how car paintwork was destroyed while paper and other combustible items remained intact.
Recently, while researching my own book, 1957 I stumbled on some information which made my jaw drop. . .
Apparently, The Space Shuttle project used a mixture of fuel, which not only dissolved concrete but also destroyed paintwork on cars parked nearby—These are two of the most difficult and still unanswered questions by 9/11 experts and researchers are—Could it be possible the towers were dropped by a charge containing HCl gas, chlorine gas, nitrogen dioxide gas, and aluminium oxide? And if so is that also the reason paint disappeared from vehicles close by?
The first STS-1, space transportation system, better known as the Space Shuttle was first launched in 1981. It went on to fly a total of 135 missions until it was decommissioned in 2011. Their object was to launch numerous satellites, interplanetary probes, and the Hubble Space Telescope (HST), conduct science experiments in orbit, participate in the Shuttle-Mir program with Russia, and participate in the construction and servicing of the International Space Station (ISS). The Space Shuttle fleet's total mission time was 1,323 days.
Environmentally, the Space Shuttle had a reputation for shooting first and asking questions later!
What is not generally known is the Space Shuttle was a disaster for our environment and I mean, 'a disaster!' Back in the day, every time the shuttle was launched the solid rocket boosters released 240 tons of HCl gas, 26 tons of chlorine gas, 7 tons of nitrogen dioxide gas, and 304 tons of aluminium oxide into the atmosphere. The resulting hydrochloric acid “dissolves eight inches of concrete on the launch pad," raising the concentration of hydrochloric acid in nearby lakes to 3M, causing massive fish kills in freshwater rivers, lakes and the ocean. It was also renowned for destroying paint on cars. Hmmm. . . Dissolved concrete and destroyed paint on cars reminds me of something else, an event which happened in New York on September 11 2001.9/11—Destroyed paint on cars? Dr Judy Wood's "Know What it is that You Know that You Know"
I have emailed Dr Judy Wood with my findings but, at the moment I haven't received a reply.