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Intense Heat Persisted for Months

  • Fires continued to burn deep in the rubble pile for 100 days, despite the spraying of water onto the pile.
  • When the rubble was cleared, pools of previously melted steel were discovered at the foundations.
  • Temperatures needed to melt steel (1535ยบ+ C) could not have been caused by residual hydrocarbon fires. A blast furnace is normally required to melt large pieces of steel.
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