So how much Kerosene was there actually in the planes that crashed in the twin towers?

This is a PDF from the Journal for 911 studies site 

How much Kerosene was there in the planes that crashed in the twin towers?

The site collects work from scientists all over the world who work on researching the events of 911 2001.
The PDF shows how much Kerosene was actually burned in the buildings and shows that the Kerosene could not have been responsible for the free fall pulverisation of the three buildings that collapsed during the day of the “terrorist attacks” of 911.

How high were the temperatures in the twin towers?
Written by Dr. Steven E. Jones, Dr. Jeffrey Farrer, Dr. Gregory S. Jenkins, Dr. Frank Legge, James Gourley, Kevin Ryan, Daniel Farnsworth, and Dr. Crockett Grabbe

The second PDF shows that the energy that  pulverized the three buildings far exceeded the amount of Kerosene in the planes.

The three buildings that collapsed were the only steel framed buildings ever, before or after the attacks, to pulverize as a result of fire.
Remember the twin towers were designed to take the impact of a fully loaded Boeing of the size that impacted the towers. 

This link goes to the Architects and Engineers site for 911 truth. It shows top right the collapse of WTC7

The third building collapsed at 4:20 in the afternoon. It had only office fires and was not structurally damaged. The building contained the head quarters for the CIA, the Giuliani’s Bunker and the files on the Enron scandal and multiple Wall street investigations. All of them disappeared after the attacks of 911.

The Windsor (Steel framed) building in Madrid by comparison burned more than 17 hours and did not collapse

So were did the energy necessary to pulverize thousands of tons of steel, concrete, asbestos, and horrific amounts of toxins come from?

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